WW archiveIssue 889
10 November 2011
Bye bye, euro too?
While the departure of Silvio Berlusconi will be a cause for celebration amongst workers, it will open the way for a more effective government of vicious austerity, warns Toby Abse
The Italian economic and political crisis is deepening by the day. After the fall of George Papandreou and the imposition on the increasingly restive Greek people of a government of national unity - the favoured solution of the European Union/International Monetary Fund - Italy is now at the centre of the crisis of the euro zone.
No dogma; Dangerous; Rapturist; Not loopy; Consensus; SPEW theatre; Sexgate; Bureaucrat; Be astute; Shelf life
Not really quite where I'd like us to be, says Robbie Rix
These two questions of parliamentarianism and dictatorship of the proletariat must be settled by you in no ambiguous manner, writes Tom Bell
As Greece and Italy edge closer to the brink, Eddie Ford looks at the latest developments
Ben Lewis introduces Karl Kautsky's 'Guidelines for a socialist action programme'. This is the first published English translation
Police action against 'poppy-burners' reveals the murky chauvinist undercurrent to Remembrance Day, argues James Turley
As the unions prepare for the biggest strike since 1926, the SWP cannot see further than recruiting to itself. Peter Manson reports on its second internal bulletin
The renegade holds out the hand of friendship to the right, while trying to justify his past