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WW archive > Issue 1312 - 13 August 2020

Letters

Bell tolls; Retrieving Lenin; NEC elections; Forget Labour; Leadership?; Any takers?

Poor, huddled and desperate

The Tory Party and sections of the press are whipping up a panic about ‘invading’ migrants, writes Eddie Ford

Unity and organisational principle

Mike Macnair looks at the regroupment call from Socialist Resistance and Mutiny

For the right to free speech

Labour Against the Witchhunt has produced this submission to Labour’s Forde inquiry into the leaked report on the handling of alleged ‘anti-Semitism’

Repackaging the ancien régime

Is the priority getting rid of Trump at all costs? Daniel Lazare takes a look at the reactionary nature of the Biden-Harris programme

Past weighs heavy on present

Yassamine Mather explains why sectarian corruption is lodged into the body politic

Bourgeois or proletarian democracy?

Levi Rafael says his differences with Mike Macnair flow from two different conceptions of the dictatorship of the proletariat

Reasons to be bitter

William Sarsfield continues his series on the founding of the CPGB 100 years ago

Racism and jealous gods

Overweening taboos on certain slurs do nothing to aid our understanding of racism, argues Paul Demarty

Communist University 2020

Debates and discussion for the thinking left

Summer break

The next issue of the Weekly Worker will appear on Thursday September 3.

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