Issue 1271 - 17 October 2019
No short cut to liberation
Yassamine Mather examines the political consequences of the Kurdish movement’s alliance with reactionary forces.
Two cheers; Disaster; Hitler’s field; Knows nothing; Lonely Zionist; Not material; Sustainable
Joining with the witch-hunters
Stitching up Chris Williamson marks a turning point, writes Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists.
Zombie parliament staggers on
Will Boris Johnson win over the DUP and ERG? Eddie Ford looks at the latest Brexit developments.
Global and national inequalities
The global proletariat is continuing to grow and capitalism is mired in stagnation, writes Michael Roberts.
Striker and editor
John Haylett, June 8 1945 - September 28 2019
Good man fallen among imperialists?
Chris Gray recalls the contradictory elements in the politics pursued by Lawrence of Arabia.
Avoiding extinction for real
As the Met clamps down on Extinction Rebellion protests, Paul Demarty looks at the choices facing the movement
Making of a Liverpool militant
Tony Mulhearn, January 24 1939 - October 7 2019