WW archive > Issue 870 - 17 June 2011

Government demonises Muslims as extremists

'Extremist' is being redefined to mean any Muslim who opposes British foreign policy. Eddie Ford looks at the revamped 'Prevent' strategy and the left's knee-jerk response


Feuerbach lives; Small world; Consensual rape; Official; Trot dialogue; Questions; Bus cuts

Silvio Berlusconi trounced again

Toby Abse looks at the situation in Italy after the prime minster's humiliating defeat in last weekend's referenda

Who pays for education?

Michael Copestake discusses AC Grayling's New College of the Humanities

Apolitical wrangle ends short-lived unity

Laurie Smith reports on a split in the student anti-cuts movement

Aiming for target of £25k in two months

The Weekly Worker is at the very centre of our annual fundraising drive, writes CPGB national organiser Mark Fischer

The Red Mist descends

James Turley introduces a new cultural website

Nato paralysis and US decline

No candidate to replace the USA exists or looks likely to arise, writes James Turley

Keep 'em coming

We are aiming for an extra 300 pounds per month as a minimum, writes Robbie Rix

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