WW archive > Issue 123 - 21 December 1995

Workers left behind in Europe

Saying ‘No’ to Europe is not enough


March together; Party democracy; Leaflet controversy

In brief

Revolutionary recard

Party notes

The Darwinian revolution

Danny Hammill reviews 'Darwin’s Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of Life' by Daniel Dennett (The Penguin Press 1995, pp586) and 'River out of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life' by Richard Dawkins (Weidenfield & Nicolson 1995, pp172)

Oppressed fight back

Rioting in Brixton

French lessons for railworkers

Moderate campaign

Two steps forward, two steps back?

Socialist Labour Party

Kent wants democracy

Rapprochement paper

‘The Third Faction’

Bob Smith - For a Permanent Party Polemic Committee

Election stitch-up in Turkey

Left in disarray

The tasks facing communists: Where to begin?

At the October 1995 CPGB school two comrades from Australia were urged to organise with communists in Britain. Here they continue the debate

The revolutionary democratic road to socialism - part I

At the CPGB school this year Dave Craig outlined the Revolutionary Democratic Group’s theory of permanent revolution. Here he opens the debate, to be continued in the next issue

The year ahead: Nothing is preordained

Mark Fischer, CPGB national organiser, looks at Perspectives 96 - adopted by a Communist Party members’ aggregate, December 1995

The London unemployed

From 'The Communist', paper of the Communist Party of Great Britain, December 23 1920

Born of despair

Official religion is on the defensive but there is no room for complacency

CPSA Fight against JSA

In brief

Campaign against immigration checks and asylum bill

In brief

SUPPLEMENT: Without Partyism there is no struggle for communism

Comments on RWT’s ‘The struggle for communism, yesterday, today and tomorrow’

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