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WW archive > Issue 679 - 28 June 2007

Big chunks and little pieces

We are off to a flying start in this year's Summer Offensive, the CPGB's annual fundraising drive, which began on Saturday June 23, reports Howard Roak

Letters

Doom-laden; Catchy; Weakest Linke; Useful idiots; Left tail; Tactic A; Clarification; Back Hopi; Iraq barbarism; Nail head; Same goal; Snobbery

Frayed tempers and mischievous motions

Patrick Presland reports on the national conference of the Campaign for a Marxist Party on June 23

Unity and opportunism

The CPGB is not advocating building a Marxist party through a rotten deal with the current SWP and SPEW leaders, writes Peter Manson. Our call for unity is inseparable from the struggle for working class principle

More sign up

Steve Cook reports on the latest news from the Hands Off the People of Iran campaign

Connolly's strategy and 1916

The Easter rising was not simply a nationalist insurrection, argues Philip Ferguson. It marked the success of the militant labour forces in taking the lead in the Irish national movement

Floodtide of capital

Mike Macnair locates the contradiction in capital's desire for free movement and its need to control labour

Grubby Paul Hampton

Mark Fischer replies to the Alliance for Workers' Liberty's Paul Hampton on the question of the withdrawal of troops from Iraq

High spirits, low numbers

Simon Wells reports on the surprisingly small June 24 demonstration in Manchester

What stage are we at?

Steve Freeman assesses the CMP conference from the point of view of a halfway house advocate

Halfway debate

Mary Godwin reports on the June 23 debate 'What kind of programme?', organised by the Campaign for a Marxist Party

Big chunks and little pieces

We are off to a flying start in this year's Summer Offensive, the CPGB's annual fundraising drive, which began on Saturday June 23, reports Howard Roak

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