WW archive > Issue 225 - 29 January 1998

Dockers end fight for jobs

This defeat proves once again that the key to winning workers’ struggles is to go beyond trade union forms


No platitude; Halt on debate; Misrepresented; Academic?

The ‘P’ word

Party notes

BSP raided - freedom of political association attacked

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 24 1918

Islamist Welfare Party banned

Family feud of Turkish ruling bloc

Programme of liberation

The Communist Manifesto is no historical footnote, writes Jack Conrad. In its essentials it remains a brilliant analysis of the necessary conditions for and means of making social revolution

Building the fourth tendency: One banner, many flags

Dave Craig of the Revolutionary Democratic Group (faction of the SWP) calls for communist rapprochement

Thesis on factions

Agreed by the CPGB (PCC) and RDG (OC)

Failure of the left: Workers Power quits SLP

John Stone of the Liaison Committee of Militants for a Revolutionary Communist International looks back at the activities of a group of SLP entryists

Scargill ‘loyalist’ resigns from NEC

Simon Harvey of the SLP

Loyalist killings fail to derail ‘peace’ process

UDP ‘suspended’ from Ireland talks

Clinton’s wad

Katrina Haynes reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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