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WW archive > Issue 1314 - 10 September 2020

Letters

Obesity; Marxist tariffs?; SWP is right; Interference

In close-quarter combat

Peter Manson reports on our assessment of and approach to the reformist Labour left

Micro-debates, fatal decisions

Stan Keable of Labour Party Marxists reports on an AGM that roundly voted to place itself in the rotten tradition of Millerandism. Fittingly John McDonnell was given star billing

Tall tales of 1912

Stalin’s later version of the famous Prague conference of the RSDLP is a parody of his own views at the time, writes Lawrence Parker

Great questions of our time

Chris Knight of the Radical Anthropology Group discusses David Graeber’s ideas and activism

‘All power for the workers!’

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

Defeat of syndicalism

David Douglass reviews Ian Wright's "God’s beautiful sunshine: the 1921 miners’ lockout in the Forest of Dean"

Positive and negative

Daniel Lazare reviews Christian Parenti's "Radical Hamilton: economic lessons from a misunderstood founder"

A very unlikely story

Can anyone really believe that the US government is run by Satanist paedophiles? Paul Demarty investigates the QAnon phenomenon

Online Communist Forum

Sunday September 13, 5pm 'A week in politics'

Patience!

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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