WeeklyWorker

WW archive > Issue 900 - 09 February 2012

Primitive communism, barbarism and the origins of class society

Socialist Workers Party member Lionel Sims identifies both errors and the profound truths discovered by Engels in his 'Origins'

Letters

Muddled denier; Mischief-makers; Who is right?; Cooperate; Bogged down; For and against

Long and short

Robbie Rix welcomes an increase in visitors

Promoting the national economy divides workers

Does Keynesianism represent an alternative to austerity? Mike Macnair begins by looking at John Maynard Keynes's actual theory

Better dead than Fred

The recent bout of hand-wringing over bankers' bonuses conforms to the general pattern of bourgeois hypocrisy, argues James Turley

Greek razor edge

A default by Greece would unleash chaos way beyond the euro zone, writes Eddie Ford

Forgotten heroism

Dave Douglass reviews Jonathan Symcox, 'The 1984-1985 miners strike in Nottingham: if spirits alone won battles - the diary of John Lowe' Pen and Sword Books, 2011, pp176,

Netanyahu's war wish

The threat of a military provocation by Tel Aviv against Iran is very real, warns Israeli Marxist Moshé Machover

Realistic propaganda and cynical agitation

Has the SWP learnt the lessons following the debacle of 'All out, stay out'? Laurie Smith investigates

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