WW archiveIssue 656
18 January 2007
No to SWP Berufsverbot
To defeat the BNP, we must fight the system - and not call for ballet dancers to lose their jobs, says Jim Moody
Weyman Bennett and the Socialist Workers Party are fond of organising against fascists. But their opposition to the British National Party is conducted in a way that aims to place the SWP in the respectable mainstream rather than challenge the system that continually spawns reactionaries like the BNP.
Pinch of salt; 70s coup?; Off the hook; Sex workers; Tolerant; Mix-up; April theses
Lenin's pre-April 1917 'democratic dictatorship of the proletariat and peasantry' was unworkable, writes Hillel Ticktin, editor of Critique
Dave Isaacson reports on the January 13 launch conference of Socialist Youth Network, the Labour Representation Committee's youth organisation, at the University of London Union
Yassamine Mather analyses the latest developments in Iran and takes a closer look at 'Campaign Iran'
The first aggregate of CPGB members of 2007 debated party tasks and prospects for the year ahead, the Hands Off the People of Iran campaign and party finances. Mary Godwin reports
Chris Knight of the Radical Anthropology Group continues his examination of the Chomsky enigma