WW archive > Issue 588 - 04 August 2005

Interesting times

The Summer Offensive 2005 - our annual fundraising drive - has been an interesting one for our organisation and its lessons need to be thought through. Mark Fischer gives his opinion

As threatening as the British Legion

Liam O Ruairc is a comrade from the republican socialist tradition

Anyone for tennis?

Philip Ferguson was a Sinn Féin activist in Dublin in the 1980s and early 1990s. He now lives in New Zealand, where he is involved in the Anti-Capitalist Alliance

A week of controversy

Ireland needs Marxism

Creation of Armageddon

It has been 60 years since anti-communism devastated Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Eddie Ford remembers

Absorbing science

Philip Ball Critical mass: how one thing leads to another William Heinemann, 2004, pp644, £25

Unity against islamist political movement

The question of islam is an issue that still generates more confusion than clarity. This is an abridged version of an important article by the late R Yürükoglu, former general secretary of the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP). The TKP is one of the co-sponsors of this year's Communist University.

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