WW archive > Issue 222 - 08 January 1998

‘Peace process’ thrown into crisis

The killings in Ireland over the Christmas period threw the establishment into turmoil. But does that mean the whole ‘peace process’ will collapse?


Stalinist sewer; Messy analysis; Valuable resource

Perspectives ’98

Party notes

Fighting the drugs war

The peace demonstrations in Petrograd

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 3 1918

Positive direction

Around the left

Where now for SLP democrats?

Simon Harvey of the SLP

Facing up to realities

Extracts from a discussion paper circulating within Lewisham and Greenwich Socialist Labour Party

Hitting the big time

Still iconoclastic - the ‘Marxism’ has disappeared from its contents as well as its cover

Rapprochement, refoundation and a new tendency

Smug complacency

Alan Fox reviews ‘Onward Christian soldiers?’ by Clyde Wilcox

Frustration and disgust

Mary Ward reviews ‘Drugs and the party line’ by Kevin Williamson

Prejudice or racism

Government ministers Banks and Blunkett - all part of the pretence?

Seize the moment

Another small left split from New Labour now appears inevitable, giving the revolutionary left a new opportunity

English Socialist Alliance?

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