WW archive > Issue 1452 - 20 July 2023

Tinseltown’s hot summer

Writers and screen actors need to win in their strike against the media giants, says Paul Demarty. But our aim must be a better, a higher culture


Dictatorship; Falsification; Red police?; Population; Prisons; Zionist scouts

Communist University 2023

A week of provocative and stimulating debates: Saturday August 12 to Saturday August 19 (inclusive)

Doing deals with Sir Keir

Is building a Labour Party mark two a viable strategy? Kevin Bean of Labour Party Marxists looks at the Unite policy conference and beyond

Cross-party yellow peril

Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee has produced a lurid account of the challenge represented by China. Mike Macnair argues that the UK is playing catch-up with the US hegemon

Their fantasy, our nightmare

Ukraine’s offensive is getting nowhere and when a compromise is eventually reached Zelensky will be in deep trouble, argues Daniel Lazare

No call for staying calm

Paul Russell looks back at the disgusting record of police savagery and gives his take on the challenges faced by the left in the next presidential election

Fifty years of socialist theory

Yassamine Mather looks at the role of the journal founded by Hillel Ticktin in 1973

Wages, profits and inflation

Are wages driving up prices, or are wages chasing higher prices? Michael Roberts comments on an interesting OECD report

Back on the picket line

Richard Galen reports on the recent round of action by junior doctors and what happens next in the NHS

Online Communist Forum, Sunday July 23 5pm

All the difference

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