WW archive > Issue 1321 - 29 October 2020


What it means?; Covid demands; Bolivia and Greece; Obesity

New round of lies

With Mike Pompeo widening the circle and Jeremy Corbyn suspended, James Harvey calls for defiance

No end in sight

Will a Biden victory break the far-right wave? Paul Demarty thinks the Covid-19 economic downturn will fuel irrationality

Mutual collapse

Whoever wins on November 3, writes Daniel Lazare, the downhill slide looks set to continue

Break with managerialism

Martin Thomas’s response to Neil Faulkner misuses history to defend the bankrupt model of confessional sects, argues Mike Macnair

Smugglers and snakeheads

Advocating non-racist immigration controls not only means lining up with national chauvinism, argues Eddie Ford. It is also self-defeating

Waste, destruction and misery

Michael Roberts reviews Hadas Thier's 'A people’s guide to capitalism'

Prioritising own survival

Yassamine Mather reports that the death rate is far higher than the claims of the clerical regime

Help us get there

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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