WW archive > Issue 1371 - 11 November 2021

History and hagiography

Saints and sinners. Paul Demarty assesses the Greta Thunberg phenomenon


Digital currency; Site for struggle; Jihadism; Restore profs

Government extortion racket

Boris Johnson’s screeching U-turn over Owen Paterson brilliantly highlighted the endemic corruption in the government party, writes Eddie Ford

All workers lose out

With the Democrats going downhill fast, Daniel Lazare looks at the role played by ‘critical race theory’

Rebels without the means

Jack Conrad takes a hard look at the demands, principles and inherent limits of Extinction Rebellion

No saving graces

Tony Greenstein reviews 'Labour’s anti-Semitism crisis: what the left got wrong and how to learn from it' by David Renton (Routledge, 2021, pp230, £19.99)

Totally in control

The central committee is looking forward to yet another conference without a peep of opposition from the rank and file. Peter Manson reports on the first of three internal bulletins

They will not deliver

Market solutions are no solution. Michael Roberts castigates the sham, the hollowness of climate finance

Sit down and plan it

School students and young women have been in the forefront. Tam Dean Burn reports from the Glasgow marches and meetings

First time of asking

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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