WW archive > Issue 1367 - 14 October 2021

The wealth of nature

There are still those who merely offer a mirror image of bourgeois ideology, with the claim that workers create all the wealth. Jack Conrad argues that nature more than contributes: it is primary


Not persuasive; Reductionism; Authoritarian; Reversion

Double standards

If there is free speech for gender-critical feminists, asks Tony Greenstein, why does this not apply to critics of Zionism?

A market opportunity

What’s behind the campaign for face-to-face consultations? James Linney gives a GP’s view

Across the entire spectrum

Whistleblower Frances Haugen said what people wanted to hear. Daniel Lazare scoffs at the moral panic over Facebook and Instagram

Facing ecological meltdown

Eddie Ford is not surprised to learn that Britain is one of the world’s most nature-depleted countries

Honouring the victims

On October 9 a group of Iranian revolutionaries, now mainly based in North America and Europe, organised an online meeting to commemorate the 1988 massacre of political prisoners. Among the speakers were Yassamine Mather, Shahin Chitsaz and Mike Macnair

Prince over the water

The takeover of Newcastle United by Saudi Arabia’s MBS highlights the contradictory position of fans in modern football, says Paul Demarty

Extra needed

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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