WW archive > Issue 1186 - 18 January 2018
Process of decomposition
How can the ruling class extricate itself from the current impasse? Hillel Ticktin reviews the state of global capital
Centenaries; Savage paradox; Clark crisis; Wrong ends; Fake news
With great skill
James Linney urges resistance to the ‘organisation of misery’
Democratise the party
The election of Christine Shawcroft as chair of Labour’s disputes panel gives some hope that Jeremy Corbyn and his allies might finally put an end to the witch-hunt, says Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists
Is Trumpism the future?
Yes, the US president is widely derided, writes Mike Macnair, but does he represent an alternative to the neoliberal ‘equalities’ agenda?
Foundations in sand
Is poststructuralism purely a reaction to Stalinism? Paul Demarty responds to Rex Dunn
The price of neoliberalism
The continuing decline of the left will be confirmed by the results of the March 4 general election, predicts Toby Abse
Not even Menshevism
Three quarters of the SWP's new recruits pay nothing, writes Peter Manson