WW archive > Issue 1256 - 20 June 2019
Drawn to the flame
Jack Conrad shows why primitivists and other such deep greens are more than predisposed to the lures of ecofascism
Climate hysteria; No Hebrew nation; Here we go again; Studied ambiguity; Forget Labour
Responding to uncertain times
Peter Manson reports on the joint meeting of CPGB and Labour Party Marxists comrades
What will be left?
The split in the Committee for a Workers’ International ought to put paid to its delusions of grandeur, writes Paul Demarty
Threats must be taken seriously
Yassamine Mather looks at the US-Iran conflict against the background of Donald Trump’s contradictory pronouncements
Boris Johnson is cruising to victory - but then what? Eddie Ford looks at the various possibilities
AMMs or GCs?
Labour First, the LRC and the CLPD all vigorously oppose all-members meetings, while Momentum is in favour. But it really is a question of tactics, argues Carla Roberts of Labour Party Marxists
The heroes of finance
Despite the efforts of central banks the risk of a new global recession continues to rise, argues Michael Roberts