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WW archive > Issue 853 - 17 February 2011

Mubarak has gone but mass protests continue

Egyptian working class needs to arm itself with a programme of extreme democracy, writes Eddie Ford

Letters

Climate hysteria; Excluded; No behaviourist; Real alternative; Not convinced; Ageism; Advance notice; Kurdish camp; Limitations; Fucking lies

A little something

Robbie Rix is confident we can hit February's target

The direction of historical development

Jairus Banaji History as theory: essays on modes of production and exploitation Historical Materialism books series, Vol 25, Leiden, 2010, pp406, £81

Vote 'no' on March 3

Next month will see a referendum on proposals to give the Welsh assembly a limited number of law-making powers. Gareth Evans gives his opinion

Death to the Islamic Republic

Report posted by the leftwing Bazr student group

Make unity a reality

Differences over tactics are no reason to keep the anti-cuts movement divided, argues Peter Manson

Renewing solidarity

James Turley reports on the annual conference of Hands Off the People of Iran

Thirty years of reaction

Ruben Markarian of the Organisation of Revolutionary Workers of Iran addressed the Hopi AGM

The phoney war has ended

Alex John describes the opening round in the CPGB discussion on perspectives

Contamination spreads

Yassamine Mather reports on the effects of the Egyptian upsurge

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