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'Reformism from above'?

13 Apr 2006

Anne Mc Shane compares Respect's election materials to Socialist Worker's 'What the Socialist Workers Party stands for' column

What kind of new workers' party?

06 Apr 2006

The question of a new party is appearing on the agenda of the workers' movement over and over again. But few are fighting for one based on a Marxist programme - including most of the Marxists, paradoxically. Nick Rogers gives an overview of this crucial debate

Reform coalition, or mass strike?

30 Mar 2006

In the third article in this series, Mike Macnair examines the basis of two contending strategies for working class advance

Fight for a Marxist party

09 Mar 2006

The Socialist Party's campaign for a new workers' party must be put on firm Marxist foundations, says Ian Mahoney

Charter of platitudes

09 Mar 2006

The Friday before the EPA saw meetings of the 10 or so ESF networks. Potentially the most important is the one that is has been drafting the 'Charter of principles for another Europe'

Britain's drystone wall

02 Mar 2006

Can the British constitution be reformed? Not without mass political action by the working class, argues Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group

A world to save! A world to win!

01 Dec 2005

Jack Conrad looks at climate change and the programme that communists should advance

The modern Janus

17 Nov 2005

Respect purports to have something for everyone. In terms of programme, argues Jack Conrad, that means the attempt face two ways at the same time

Communists tell it as it is

10 Nov 2005

We fight not for some halfway house, for diplomatic peace or for a federal non-aggression pact, writes Ian Mahoney. We fight for principled unity

Vote for class independence

28 Apr 2005

Mike Macnair revisits the question of the popular front

Strikingly modern

31 Mar 2005

On the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto: Jack Conrad of the Communist Party of Great Britain

The spectre of communism

31 Mar 2005

On December 12 of last year, the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) and the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) organised a joint day school on the significance of the Communist manifesto of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. It was held in the apt venue of the Marx Memorial Library in London and the majority of the 60 or so present were from the CPGB and TKP.

Declining capitalism

31 Mar 2005

On the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto: Hillel Ticktin, editor of Critique

A primary programmatic document

31 Mar 2005

On the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto: Mercan Koklu of the Communist Party of Turkey

Respecting programme

05 Feb 2004

Jack Conrad contrasts the approach of the Bolsheviks to the tawdry attempts at self-justification by the opportunists in Respect