WW archive > Issue 487 - 03 July 2003
Correction; Meetings galore; Tasmania; Left values; Middle class?; Web hero; Chutzpah; Excellent; AWL cultism; Moron; No Bigot; First Campism
Socialism 2003: Only the Socialist Party
The Socialism 2003 rally consisted entirely of SP speakers, writes Peter Manson
Handsome is as handsome does
Dave Osler defends the SA's awkward squad ... and the right to be in a minority
The truth is out there
Manny Neira calls for solidarity for the peoples of Iraq ... and enjoys the Blair government's difficulties over those missing WMDs
Next year, comrades?
Ben Lewis reports back from the inaugural Communist University Wales
Lula attacks public sector workers
Brazil's Workers Party president is in conflict with his working class base. Fabio Bosco reports
Socialism 2003: Invisible ghosts from the past
Is the Socialist Party living in the past? Phil Kent sees evidence that it is
Around the Web: For every occasion
The SWP has a front for every occasion - and a website for each. Phil Hamilton reviews some of them
Jack Conrad argues for the need for class politics
Birmingham Socialist Alliance: Excluding awkward voices
The SWP continues its witch hunt against victimised FBU militant, Steve Godward, writes Mark Fischer
William Blake's real heritage?
Piers Hugill reviews Andy Croft and Adrian Mitchell (eds), 'Red sky at night: socialist poetry', Five Leaves Publications, 2003, pp304, £9.99
Socialism 2003: Still justifying SA walkout
Anne Mc Shane heard a lot of talk of a new, 'mass workers' party'
The Christian Science Monitor has withdrawn its allegation against the rebel Labour MP, writes Kit Robinson
Socialist Alliance: Route to mass workers' party
John Pearson extends an invitation to join Stockport recently launched SA branch to ex-SLPer George Thorne
Anti-working class cancer
SSP member Ronnie Mejka charges the party with all but ignoring the divisive role of religious bigotry in Scotland
Socialist Alliance: Supporting anti-gay candidates?
Correspondence between the SWP's John Rees and Stuart Richardson of Erdington SA regarding rumours of a 'Peace and Justice' electoral campaign
Miners then and now
Dave Douglass reviews Martyn Waites, 'Born under punches', Simon and Schuster, London, 2003, pp416, £10.99