WW archive > Issue 1363 - 16 September 2021

Limbering up for Brighton

Derek James of Labour Party Marxists assesses the prospects for the left at the party’s annual conference


Stay and fight; Tiresome; Obsession; Nonsense?; Damaging cults; Not Labour; Energy

Mirror images of terror

Al Qa’eda wanted to provoke, the US neocons wanted to be provoked. The result has been a whole series of failed states, writes Eddie Ford

Another ‘flight forward’?

Daniel Lazare asks whether or not any lessons have been learnt from forty years of war and disaster

Rightwing hopes dashed

After the scuttle from Afghanistan, reality is finally sinking in for the royalist, cultist and paid-for ‘regime change’ advocates, writes Yassamine Mather

Class, state and constitution

Rising classes have to reshape states in their own interests. Mike Macnair explores the revolutionary origins of capitalist modernity

Orthodoxy and its discontents

It seems that there is common ground between the patriarchal right and some advocates of trans rights, argues Amanda MacLean. This article is based on her talk given to the CPGB’s Summer Communist University

Dealing with anti-vaxxers

Invading BBC, ITN and Google. Paul Demarty examines vaccine madness and the limits of coercive action

Pressing need

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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