WeeklyWorker

Issue 1199 - 19 April 2018

Oxycontin is the opium of the masses

James Linney looks at the American opioid crisis and the cynical role played by big pharma

Letters

Transformative; Open mind; We were there; Unworthy victims; Hypocrisy; New MP

No more ‘Enoch was right’

Attempts to ban BBC’s Rivers of blood programme were totally misplaced, writes Eddie Ford

Both sides of the fence

Leftist intellectuals have taken fright when faced with the ‘anti-Semitism’ smear campaign. Tony Greenstein responds to Richard Seymour

Democracy, not referendums

Jack Conrad advocates working class representatives, working class party politics and the working class programme of extreme democracy

Twenty years on

James Harvey recalls the Good Friday agreement and looks to the problems that lie ahead

Doubts, law and grand strategy

Yassamine Mather argues that behind the cruise missile strikes in Syria lies the plan to bring about regime change in Iran

No way back to normality

The Stormy Daniels affair is more threatening to Trump than it might appear, writes Paul Demarty

Spot on

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A paper of Marxist polemic & Marxist unity