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WW archive > Issue 1106 - 12 May 2016

Without monarchies or standing armies

Jack Conrad explores Leon Trotsky’s strategic thinking

Letters

Modern-minded; Obsessed; By the book; Airbrushed; No plan B; Centenary; Engagement

Consolidate

The last couple of weeks have seen a sharp rise in the number of online readers of the Weekly Worker...

Party of lost causes

Eddie Ford looks at the prospects for Ukip

Fixer turns chancer

Sadiq Khan has wasted no time positioning himself for the Labour leadership, notes Paul Demarty

Struggle and postmodern

Toby Abse reviews: Andrea Hajek, 'Negotiating memories of protest in western Europe: the case of Italy', Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, pp220, £53

Making history?

How did the left do on May 5? Peter Manson reports

Recipe for disaster

Labour’s election results have given Corbyn only a temporary reprieve, predicts Tony Greenstein

Fragmentation of election picture

CPGB members have been discussing the May 5 elections and the forthcoming EU referendum. Mickey Coulter reports

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