WW archive > Issue 821 - 10 June 2010
Use opportunity of Diane Abbott leadership bid
Rightwing scheming as well as John McDonnell's withdrawal has ensured there will be a left candidate for the Labour leadership after all, writes Peter Manson
Nationalism; BA safety; Division; Draft v draft; Israel mistakes; Terrorised; Blind alley; Two ships; Prize piece; Prison flaw
Against the state, not just the ruling class
Mike Macnair completes his examination of the lessons of bourgeois revolution
Universities or business?
Farzad Houshyar looks at the destructive role of the market in higher education
Ben Lewis reports on the campaign to free all political prisoners in Iran
Silence of the left
Should socialists demand tighter gun control? Jim Moody calls for a different approach
Where now for the left?
The Labour left has a constant tendency to look to its right for allies, writes Ben Lewis
Burning up planet Earth
BP's advanced technology exists purely to serve the destructive interests of capital, writes Eddie Ford
Fresh thinking and stale dogma
Another split on the left leads to questions being raised about what passes for 'democratic centralism'. James Turley looks at the travails of the IMT
Shout it out!
Robbie Rix regrets plain thoughtlessness