WW archive > Issue 1419 - 17 November 2022

A tournament to remember

Corruption, brutal exploitation, hypocrisy: Qatar 2022 has it all. Paul Demarty looks at the price of football


Anti-Zionism; Hornet’s nest; More elephants!; Conciliators; Corrupt duopoly

Bleak expectations

With Rishi Sunak probably having little chance of winning the next election and Keir Starmer waiting in the wings, we should expect Austerity 3.0, writes Eddie Ford

Memory wars

In the last of three articles marking the anniversary of the Russian Revolution, Jack Conrad looks at the differences between Lenin and the Old Bolsheviks in the spring of 1917

Rebuild on solid foundations

Yassamine Mather celebrates the continuing mass protests, recognises their limitations, laments the parlous state of the left and urges unity around the basic principles upheld by Hopi

An ageing republic

The Trumpists did badly but Joe Biden is highly vulnerable. Daniel Lazare looks at what passes for democracy in America

Open polemics cauterise

James Harvey reports on plans, problems and the need to openly thrash out principled differences

Tottering towards 2024

Despite the economy ranking as the number one issue for US voters, the expected red wave failed to materialise. Michael Roberts examines the facts and figures

Play your part

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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