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WW archive > Issue 683 - 26 July 2007

Menshevik barbecue

Howard Roak reports on the latest developments in our two-month fundraising campaign

Letters

Anti-communist; SLP alibi; Fucking reds; Turkish plans; Omission; Three strands; CMP clarification; Radicalisation; Musical row

Conservative Lite

Only 18 months in the job and Cameron's position as Conservative Party leader is being questioned. Jim Moody comments

Art and commodification

The working class must have access to the most advanced and sophisticated means of cultural production, argues composer Gordon Downie

Welsh solidarity

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

Blow against military schemes

Esen Uslu analyses the July 22 general election in Turkey

Irrationality rules

The 'war on drugs' makes a comeback, says Eddie Ford

Snail's pace split

The July 11-15 12th Congress of the South African Communist Party saw the long drawn out process of an SACP split from the African National Congress continue at a snail's pace. Peter Manson comments

Debating programme

The task of redrafting the CPGB's Draft programme is continuing, with the debate on section 3, 'Immediate demands', well underway in London. Simon Wells reports

Failure of the left

Dale T McKinley reviews the decisions of the African National Congress policy conference in June and this month's 12th Congress of the South African Communist Party

Bleeding obvious

What exactly is the AWL frightened of? Mark Fischer wonders

Storms of a new revolution

Torab Saleth examines the origins and class nature of the Iranian regime

Menshevik barbecue

Howard Roak reports on the latest developments in our two-month fundraising campaign

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