WW archive > Issue 1198 - 12 April 2018

Pulling the handbrake

How revolutionary were the bourgeois revolutions? Neil Davidson spoke to Communist University about the lessons for today


Illusions; From below; Referenda; Sparks of war?; Pleasured; Deep crisis

Another agenda

After the March 30 Israeli massacre of unarmed demonstrators in Gaza, Tony Greenstein examines the hypocrisy of Britain’s Zionists

Barking up the wrong tree

A new moral panic over violent crime in London has generated the usual batch of silly initiatives and pseudo-solutions, argues Eddie Ford

Defeat is victory

Gerry Adams may take pride in the legacy of Sinn Féin under his leadership, but Kevin Bean wonders how he will ultimately be regarded

Waiting for Zola

The April 8 joint CPGB/Labour Party Marxists aggregate had two agenda items - the battle in the Labour Party and the danger of war in the Middle East. William Sarsfield reports that there was plenty to think about

That’s what they want

Who’s afraid of conspiracy theorists? Not Paul Demarty for one

Trump, trade and the tech war

With globalisation and growth on pause for a decade, Trump’s trade wars aim to keep the biggest US hi-tech and intellectual property companies on top, argues Michael Roberts

Strange road to Albania

Yassamine Mather looks at the Mojahedin-e Khalq cult backed by Trump’s national security advisor

Slow Second Week

Ask around to help us hit the target, recommends Robbie Rix

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