Issue 1315 - 17 September 2020
Please note that, because of the coronavirus pandemic, we have had to suspend printing the Weekly Worker, which will remain online-only until the end of the crisis.
‘Vanguard?’; Italian lessons; No venom; Error
Class struggle and reunification
James Harvey exposes the economistic and pro-imperialist politics that lie behind the seemingly innocuous call for Labour to stand candidates in Northern Ireland
Rank hypocrisy on women’s rights
It seems that the Taliban are now a respectable, civilised partner at last, writes Yassamine Mather
Weimarisation of politics
Daniel Lazare sees striking parallels between pre-Hitler Germany and America today
Arguing against the wrong ‘Marxism’
Despite commonly believed myths, writes Chris Gray, Marx and Engels saw human emancipation as linked to the protection and enhancement of nature
Mike Macnair reviews 'Degrowth in movement(s): exploring pathways to transformation', essays edited by Corinna Burkhart, Matthias Schmelzer and Nina Treu
Supporting the Labour Party
William Sarsfield continues his series on the founding of the CPGB 100 years ago
Perception, pretence and reality
The old system did not collapse, argues Hillel Ticktin: the elite decided to kill it off
Socialism or extinction
Wildfires in Oregon and California point towards catastrophe in the near future, writes Eddie Ford
Online Communist Forum
Sunday September 20, 5pm "A week in politics: Political report and discussion from the CPGB’s Provisional Central Committee"
We’ll get there!
Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund