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WW archive > Issue 593 - 22 September 2005

Broaden the anti-war struggle into a class struggle

Anything less than the demand for the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of UK forces weakens the argument that they have no right to be in Iraq in the first place, says David Isaacson

Opportunity for left to rebuild

Sunday's election had only one clear winner: the newly established Linkspartei, which polled 8.7% and will have 54 MPs - by far the best result for a left party since World War II. This result is particularly impressive, says Tina Becker, when one considers that the social democratic government looked in danger of outright defeat at the hands of the conservatives. People were not intimidated by the threat of the right

Labour and revolutionary strategy

The role of revolutionaries is to understand and connect with the living mass movement, argues Graham Bash in this edited version of his speech to this year's Communist University. But what do we do when that movement is at a low ebb?

New Orleans comes to Britain?

Communists have always argued that multiculturalist ideology and implementation has introduced retrogressive divisions and are not surprised by Trevor Phillips u-turn, says Eddie Ford

Minuscule vote for Socialist Alliance

The Australian SA is in a sorry state, report Marcus Ström and Greg Adler

Sabre-rattling threats

The victims of the conflict between US-UK imperialism and Iran's reactionary clerical regime are ordinary Iranians, says Yassamine Mather, a member of the editorial team of Critique

Glimmer of hope

What are the prospects for this year's Labour Party conference? How should revolutionary socialists unite theory and practice in this period? Graham Bash (Labour Left Briefing) gives his views

US-UK troops out now! Hands off Iran!

Mike Macnair disccuses the tasks for the anti-war movement

New Orleans comes to Britain?

Communists have always argued that multiculturalist ideology and implementation has introduced retrogressive divisions and are not surprised by Trevor Phillips u-turn, says Eddie Ford

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