WW archive > Issue 570 - 31 March 2005
On the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto: Jack Conrad of the Communist Party of Great Britain
The spectre of communism
On December 12 of last year, the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) and the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) organised a joint day school on the significance of the Communist manifesto of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. It was held in the apt venue of the Marx Memorial Library in London and the majority of the 60 or so present were from the CPGB and TKP.
Networks of resistance
Peace activist Sarah Young, author of the pamphlet Thinking allowed, replies to Mike Macnair
Solidarity, not charity!
Genuine Marxists want to make charity history, not constitute its left wing. Mark Fischer explains why
A primary programmatic document
On the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto: Mercan Koklu of the Communist Party of Turkey
Communists and the popular front
How should we respond to unprincipled alliances? Neither by prettifying popular front-type projects nor by sectarian abstention, argues Mike Macnair
Right to choose, right to die
On the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Communist Manifesto: Hillel Ticktin, editor of Critique