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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

Anatomy of the hard left

01 May 2003

For the tens of thousands of people mobilised against the war on Iraq who have been drawn towards political action for the first time, the myriad of groups on the far left must seem bewildering. Ian Mahoney supplies a rough guide to a few of the more prominent

Could have been a contender: Socialist Party

01 May 2003

Going camping: Alliance for Workers' Liberty

01 May 2003

Pipe and slippers: International Socialist Group

01 May 2003

A day of celebration and hope

01 May 2003

Mary Godwin takes a look at the history of May Day

Respectable twin of ANL

01 May 2003

Around the web: Searchlight

Example to follow?: Scottish Socialist Party

01 May 2003

Slogan wars

01 May 2003

Jack Conrad discusses the problems of the left when it comes to opposition to an attack on Iraq

I'm so excited: Socialist Workers Party

01 May 2003

What is 'sectarianism'?

01 May 2003

Australian left unites

22 Mar 2001

International Socialist Tendency

15 Mar 2001

Breaking off links The Socialist Workers Party has finally broken off links with the US International Socialist Organization. The ISO Steering Committee has circulated this document to all affiliates to the SWP's 'international', the International Socialist Tendency. It demonstrates that the attempt to build a bureaucratic international of like-minded sects will inevitably produce one split after another - since differences are always regarded as a problem, not an opportunity for mutual enlightenment