WW archive > Issue 872 - 30 June 2011

Assessing the significance and prospects of revolution

CPGB members, meeting in London on June 25, debated the Arab awakening and Israeli-Jewish national rights. Alex John reports


Crack regiment; Lumpen; Some right; Property right; Facebook ban; Tax slaves; Star rant; Selfish; Self-defence

Real attempt to learn the lessons

The 'Towards a New International Tendency' statement marks a step forward, notes James Turley

Imperialism cuts its losses

The 'longest running war in US history' is nearing its end. Eddie Ford looks at the wreckage

Hitting the big numbers

Mark Fischer will be delighted with any commitment to donate regularly

Pace, race, and resistance

Ben Lewis reviews director Stevan Riley's 'Fire in Babylon' (2011, DVD,

The Arab awakening and Israel-Palestine

CPGB members' aggregate agrees theses

Wolf in liberal disguise

Esen Uslu looks at the situation following the AKP victory in the June 12 general election and the good showing for the leftwing BDP

Divided by a common language?

The Frankfurt school methodology employed by Platypus is worse than useless, argues Mike Macnair

Take the battle into Labour

Unions must reject the terms of debate established by government, media, and Labour opposition, argues Michael Copestake

Voodoo and left posturing

Anne Mc Shane reports an exchange of views at the United Left Alliance forum

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