WW archive > Issue 1374 - 02 December 2021

A Stalinist school of development?

Paul Flewers looks back at the flawed but insightful theory of state collectivism presented by John Fantham and Moshé Machover in the late 1970s


LPM is wrong; Things to learn; Woke narratives; Lost and fretting; Dictatorship; Great Purges; Waste of time; Interesting times

Exercise in double standards

Joe Biden’s forthcoming ‘summit for democracy’ is all about securing US hegemony, argues Daniel Lazare

Storm clouds gather

Foreign policy has already been affected by the nosediving lira, but, argues, Esen Uslu, there is also the distinct possibility of mass protests over prices and wages

Merging into a cul-de-sac

Derek James of Labour Party Marxists argues that this is no time to give up on the fight against the witch-hunt. Nor will the attempt to form an amorphous socialist movement get anywhere

Stay and fight and fight again

A call that went unheeded: opening remarks by Graham Bash to LAW’s final all-members meeting

Why we resigned

Not unity but division: joint statement by four former members of LAW’s steering committee

Our gun rights too

Despite Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal, Paul Demarty raises three cheers for the US constitution's second amendment

Thin end of the wedge

We should oppose both the banning of Hamas and its leftwing apologists, writes Eddie Ford

We got there!

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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