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Republican slogans and the CPGB

20 Nov 2003

Socialist Alliance: I claimed in a previous article that the CPGB was ducking the question of republican slogans in its intervention in the Socialist Alliance

Multitude or working class?

20 Nov 2003

European Social Forum: ‘Multitude or working class?’, Antonio Negri, co-author of Empire, was a star attraction

Lukács and reification

30 Oct 2003

Liam O Ruairc responds to Mike Macnair

A 'credible' alternative?

23 Oct 2003

The SWP's majority bloc has no confidence that socialism can win a mass audience, says Mark Fischer

Open up London ESF bid

16 Oct 2003

Another week, another secret meeting to discuss the proposal to host the European Social Forum 2004 in London. Tina Becker was there

Class politics not electoralism

16 Oct 2003

It looks as though the Socialist Workers Party's hopes for a cross-class 'peace and justice' coalition to contest next year's European and Greater London Authority elections are alive and well after all. Peter Manson reports

Conservative disarray

21 Jun 2001

Can the Tories reinvent themselves? Michael Malkin investigates

After Gothenburg

21 Jun 2001

It is a shocking image. A 19-year-old protester taunts police ranks during the anti-capitalist actions in Gothenburg on June 15. One policeman draws a gun and the young man turns to scramble to safety. He is apparently shot in the back. As the bullet thuds into him, his face contorts with shock and terrible pain. Moments later, we see him laid out on the concrete with anxious comrades huddled over him. For a moment, the camera picks up a shot of his naked stomach, a small, bloody bullet wound stands out vividly on his flesh.

Stalin Society v CPGB

21 Jun 2001

What was the USSR?

Himalayan crisis

07 Jun 2001

Russian federation

07 Jun 2001

Putin - one year on

Latino support

31 May 2001

SLP leader?s eulogy

24 May 2001

In praise of Stalin

Unions move to forge new links

24 May 2001

Last week the Fire Brigades Union passed a motion to change its rules so that it can financially support candidates opposing the Labour Party. In future, the FBU will support only those candidates who back ?the policies and principles of the union?. Brilliant. This is great news.

Belief in workers? unity

17 May 2001