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WW archive > Issue 686 - 30 August 2007

Magnificent total

This year's two-month fundraising campaign has been the best for many years, reports Howard Roak

Letters

Unite; Police bully; Cheerleaders; Balls-up; New potential; Foot in mouth; Moving music; Ahem; Unrealistic; Still digging; Loin cloths

For a minimum programme!

Continuing his series on 'permanent revolution', Mike Macnair suggests that the victory of workers' power through a democratic republic does not remove the distinction between the two parts of the communist programme

Some chicken shit

Maintaining disorder

Support Iraq oil workers: end the occupation, says Jim Moody

One of our very best

Mary Godwin reports on the CPGB's annual week of debate

Frederick Engels and nature's dialectic

Sadly Marxism must be defended against some who claim to be Marxists, or at least sympathetic to Marxism. Jack Conrad shows that this is especially the case when it comes to attacks on Frederick Engels and his work on the dialectic of nature

Reflections on CU 2007

Coming home to roost

The central question of Iraq simply will not go away for the AWL, says Mark Fischer

Magnificent total

This year's two-month fundraising campaign has been the best for many years, reports Howard Roak

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