WW archive > Issue 1231 - 13 December 2018

Free-trade illusions

Mike Macnair continues his argument against tailing the liberals


Anti-Semitism; Global struggle; Open borders; Free speech; Another kingdom; Oh so British; Italian left

May survives ... for the moment

She might have won a vote of confidence, but the UK faces a full-blown constitutional crisis, reckons Paul Demarty

Illusions in ‘human rights’

Some are still taken in, writes Yassamine Mather, despite US double standards

He who pays the piper

Why are the billionaire Koch brothers funding Spiked, whose origins lie in the Revolutionary Communist Party? Eddie Ford looks at a strange journey from far left to alt-right

Supply and demand quandary

Both neoclassical and Keynesian economics have got it wrong, writes Michael Roberts

Debating our strategy and tactics

Last weekend’s membership aggregate voted on two motions relating to Brexit. Peter Manson reports

Far-right rising: time to rethink

Exaggerating our numbers and claiming non-existent victories does not strengthen us, writes Tony Greenstein. It leads to complacency

See us home

Your paper needs you, says Robbie Rix

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