WW archive > Issue 1335 - 18 February 2021
Still members!; Ableism; Unhinged; Myanmar
Live at the witch trials
Starmer’s ‘advisory board’ is part of a wider push to eliminate all opposition to Israel, says Paul Demarty
End the contradiction
James Harvey reports on a timely conference that produced a strange outcome
We light fires
One half of the Labour Campaign for Free Speech does not believe in free speech. They want a ‘free speech, but ...’ campaign. Jack Conrad explains why the left should champion the unrestricted right to organise, strike, assemble and speak
Problem is capitalism
Michael Roberts asks what we should now expect: deflation, inflation or stagflation?
Mario Draghi? No, thanks!
The political establishment has put differences aside to support a government that is committed to making workers, pensioners and the petty bourgeoisie pay for the Covid-19 crisis, reports Toby Abse
Revolution from above
Small farmers are in revolt against the Modi government. Jeff Singh looks at the drive to replace peasants with capitalists
Heading for self-destruction
Impeachment and acquittal: but, says Daniel Lazare, Trump was guilty as charged
Drivers that led to January 6
There was far more involved in the storming of the Capitol than an antiquated constitution and corrupt political parties. Jim Creegan responds to Daniel Lazare
Swords into ploughshares?
Nuclear power is no answer to global warming, argues Eddie Ford - it is incredibly expensive and inherently dangerous
Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund