WW archive > Issue 711 - 06 March 2008
Carnival time; Valid; Anti-soviet; Green lessons; Youth rights; SWP partners; Why can't you?
In the middle of the 'Road'
Lawrence Parker reveals new evidence of Stalin's legacy in the post-war CPGB programme
The prince and 'national unity'
Harry drops bombs to 'save lives' while the media snuggles up to the state, reports James Turley
No alternative to reformism
Dave Vincent reports on a Manchester Trades Council debate on union support for the Labour Party and argues for breaking the link
Expansion and upheaval
Chris Gray continues his series on the Roman empire with an examination of the period 31BCE-284CE
SWP Left Lift fiasco
Mark Fischer sees a sect cohering around its leaders as Rees and German press ahead to save political face
Marxist thinking and Newtonian parallels
Jack Conrad continues his defence of dialectical and historical materialism
What sort of party?
The LCR is calling for the construction of a new revolutionary party in France. Jean-Michel Edwin of the Promï¿½thï¿½e group argues that it should be based on three key principles
From al-Moussawi's nationalism to Tony Benn's illusions in the UN den of thieves, World Against War has everything bar revolutionary ideas. John Jo Sidwell reports
All-Arab solution needed for Palestine
What other force can realistically stand up to the might of Israel, sponsored and supported by the US? asks Jim Moody