WeeklyWorker

WW archive > Issue 1373 - 25 November 2021

The past as future

We must return to original communism, but on a higher level. Jack Conrad concludes his series of articles by questioning both brutish and romantic images of pre-modern society

Letters

Dictatorship; Philosophy?; Actual solutions; Only 700,000

From hell to even worse

The so-called migrant crisis results from the imperialist system itself, argues Eddie Ford

Deserting the fight

Plans to close Labour Against the Witchhunt and form yet another amorphous broad-left outfit are not only, by definition, unprincipled: they are bound to fail, writes Paul Demarty

Amending our programme

Paul Drummond reports on last week’s meeting of CPGB members, LPM supporters and invited guests

Rittenhouse and white backlash

The second amendment provides constitutional cover for a counterrevolutionary army of Boogaloos and freelance ultras, argues Daniel Lazare

Don’t expect a roaring 20s

Globally the economy is still living in the shadow of the pandemic and investment in productive capital remains extraordinarily low, says Michael Roberts

How not to lead a liberation

Gaby Rubin reviews 'Fordsburg fighter: the journey of an MK volunteer' by Amin Cajee, as told to Terry Bell (Cover2Cover Books, 2016, pp194, £22.09)

Onslaught continues

With the busiest winter period fast approaching, James Linney savages the government’s NHS ‘rescue plan’

Online Communist Forum

Sunday November 28 5pm, 'Political and social impacts of pandemics historically'

A few drinks?

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

PDF format