WW archive > Issue 886 - 20 October 2011
Hot autumn in New York
Jim Creegan reports on the occupiers who aim to take on Wall Street and examines the implications for left politics
Dual duel; Knockers; Do the maths; Fingered; Never away
ANC bureaucrats target youth league demagogue
The South African Communist Party has no answer to Julius Malema's black nationalism, writes Peter Manson
More than one
Robbie Rix is starting to worry this month may be close
A global act of refusal
The Occupy movement has energised politics, writes James Turley. But we must face up to the limits of spontaneity
Their fight is our fight
Our history: the CPGB begins to organise the unemployed.
Black Bloc allowed to wreck protest
The spontaneism of the 'horizontalists' was completely exposed in Rome, writes Toby Abse
Leaving your front door unlocked
Claire Fisher reviews Lionel Shriver, We need to talk about Kevin (Serpent's Tail, 2005, pp496,
Lessons from 'history'
Laurence Parker reviews Robert Griffiths and Ben Stevenson, The Communist Party 1920-2010: 90 years of struggle for the working class and humanity (CPB History Group, 2010, pp44,
Strange political symbiosis
The US and the Iranian regime need each other, argues Yassamine Mather
Big bazooka or water pistol?
As the European leaders gather in Brussels on October 23, it could be last chance saloon for the euro zone, writes Eddie Ford