WW archive > Issue 1407 - 11 August 2022

A hot autumn too

Things are clearly heading towards a monumental explosion of strikes and protests, writes Eddie Ford


General strike; No apology; All about inflation; China’s confidence; Draw the line; Dehumanising; Conflation

No time for Sir Keir

With the rise in trade union militancy, all sorts of rumours are circulating about establishing some kind of new left party. James Harvey reports

What’s the matter with Kansas?

While the cheering is understandable, the results of the abortion referendum are still problematic. Daniel Lazare comments on a so-called victory for ‘individual rights’

Happily flying blind

Closure of the Tavistock GIDS clinic highlights the conflict between culture war politics and science, argues Isaac McCabe

Collaboration with Nazism

Gaby Rubin reviews Zionism during the holocaust: the weaponisation of holocaust memory in the service of state and nation by Tony Greenstein (2022, pp488)

From goch to pinc

Mike Macnair critiques the ongoing political degeneration of Anticapitalist Resistance and the Mandelites

More talk than action

Arab and Iranian solidarity with Palestine leaves a lot to be desired, writes Yassamine Mather

Vim and vigour

Linda Carr reports on the 2022 CPGB Summer Offensive

Two-week break

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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