WW archiveIssue 882
22 September 2011
Facing the grim reaper
Everyone can see the danger of a crash, from the IMF to the Financial Times. But, asks Eddie Ford, where is the Marshall Plan or New Deal?
Over the last week there has been a further escalation in the crisis facing the euro zone, with the chances of Greece avoiding a default - whether orderly or disorderly - now seeming more unlikely than ever.
Moving right; Jarrow heroes; 0.1% in the know; Phased out
Robbie Rix gives thanks for increased standing orders
After 10 years, the German left party has been voted out of the Berlin city coalition government, reports Tina Becker. But instead of criticisms of its participation there are calls for a show of false 'unity' to win back support
Travellers must be free to follow the lifestyle of their choice, writes Peter Manson
Bourgeois political power is not as unassailable as they would like us to think. Our rulers can be relied upon, periodically, to split. James Turley looks at the botched attempt of the Metropolitan Police to use the Official Secrets Act
Lenin and the CPGB assess the Labour Party in 1920
David Douglass looks at the background to last week's tragic events at Gleision pit in south Wales
Italy's crisis is not purely economic, writes Toby Abse. The corruption of the political elite has contributed to its credit downgrading
Student unions are not like trade unions, argues Mike Macnair. Unity must be built primarily around politics, not 'student issues'