WW archive > Issue 1484 - 28 March 2024

Repeating past failures

Socialist Appeal’s proposed ‘Revolutionary Communist Party’ claims to offer a ‘clean break with the sects’. In fact, the proposal is a mere repetition of the method of the confessional sects, argues Mike Macnair


Short and bitter; Proud and strong; Extremism; Far-rightist; Terror attack

We deserve better

Owen Jones has a dodgy record and still shows no understanding of what the anti-Zionism equals anti‑Semitism big lie is all about, says Carla Roberts

Thoughtful end rulers

As we head towards a general election, the Murdoch press is busy promoting big pharma’s ‘vision’ of future healthcare, writes Ian Spencer. But it is not ours

Drug war denialism

Marx called for the toleration of the opium trade. Certainly only the legalisation of drugs can end the sort of ongoing tragedy we are seeing in Haiti, argues Daniel Lazare

Not dealing with causes

IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva is suddenly worrying about inequality, says Michael Roberts. A significant ideological shift away from the neoliberal consensus

Promote a second front

Boycotting Israel and its military suppliers can make a real difference when it comes to the court of public opinion. But, complains Tam Dean Burn, some do not take cultural politics seriously

Messiahs and money men

Harley Filben reviews Denis Villeneuve (director) Dune: part two 2024, general release

Limiting competition is key

Whatever the government does over Rwanda, irregular migrants will keep coming. Eddie Ford defends the right of people to live in whatever country they choose, but we clearly need more than individual rights

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