WeeklyWorker

Issue 1247 - 18 April 2019

The drugs don’t work

The huge problem of antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic shortages is greatly exacerbated by the profit motive, argues James Linney

Letters

Left-behind; Ambidexterity; War or peace; Wake up; Apology

A delicate moment

Capital’s major financial institutions are warning of the likelihood of another global recession, notes Michael Roberts

Decline and fall of the Zionist left

While the Israeli Labor Party has slumped to a record low, Meretz was saved by Arab votes. Tony Greenstein reports

Populism, annexationism, messianism

Moshé Machover looks at the growth and increasingly influential role of religious zealots

True to principle

When it comes to US imperialism, Islam and Iran, the left has been deeply divided. Yassamine Mather reports on a recent BBC debate

Trying to escape the maze

With the polls looking disastrous and Brexit an ongoing failure, the Tories are deep in crisis. But they are not about to split the army and launch a civil war, writes Eddie Ford

Decoupled from reality

Genderist ideology is based on flawed science and worse logic, argues Amanda MacLean

No to extradition

Julian Assange’s arrest shows he is lined up for the same fate as Chelsea Manning, argues Paul Demarty

Not too late

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A paper of Marxist polemic & Marxist unity