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WW archive > Issue 1129 - 03 November 2016

Sow the wind, reap the windbag

Donald Trump is a symptom of the sickness of American politics - but the likes of Hillary Clinton are the cause, argues Paul Demarty

Letters

Not Marxist; No dogma; Abundance; Confused; Misled by Marx; State of anarchy; Barbarism; Anti-unionism; Good luck; Direct democracy

Demands of capital will triumph

Eddie Ford says that, while Theresa May speaks about a hard Brexit for domestic advantage, what she will deliver will either be a soft Brexit or no Brexit at all

Close shave

Last months target was hit...just, Robbie Rix says thank you

The enigma of Kautsky

Karl Kautsky saw the wage-earning working class as the social power that would bring about the end of capitalism, writes Marc Mulholland. But he refused to romanticise the proletariat

Platitudes and priorities

David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists reports on the October 29 LRC conference

Organise as never before

Matt Wrack’s speech to the LRC conference took the left to task over its lack of seriousness

Sole director wants to dispense with representative democracy

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on the botched Bonapartist coup and the ongoing rebellion

Call for NC members to meet

Letter signed by concerned Momentum delegates

No sense of tradition

Attempts to use the history of the Communist Party of Great Britain to back up Robert Griffiths’ stance on the Labour Party are farcical, writes Lawrence Parker

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