WW archive > Issue 906 - 22 March 2012
Value, prices and probabilities
What is the connection between value and price? Moshé Machover concludes his discussion of the labour theory of value
Answer me!; Dead end; Tusc's progress; Peak coal; Day off; Resort retort; Zim 6 'guilty'; Sister act
We can still win
The executive of the Public and Commercial Services Union has decided that "PCS members will not be taking part in the March 28 strike" against the attack on pensions. Tina Becker spoke to Lee Rock (assistant branch secretary, department for work and pensions, Sheffield) about the decision
Police try to stop anti-fascist book launch
Despite the clearly political intervention of the police, cowardly Quakers, and a handful of EDL youth, there was no stopping Tony Greensteins book launch in Brighton.
Monti forces through right to sack
With most union leaders caving in, the Italian premier has got broad agreement for the proposed eradication of the workers statute. Toby Abse reports
Why not help out the paper that challenges left-wing dogma, and give a donation today? Robbie Rix cajoles.
A tale of two states
Harry Paterson compares the treatment meted out to two bloggers for their 'grossly offensive' comments
Not Jesus but Brian
Ade Morris (writer and director), Ralph Bernard (producer) Dust; on tour. David Douglass reviews.
Fur flies over Lenin
What has the debate over 1912 got to do with current communist practice? James Turley answers the philistines
Rowan Williams quits before next great schism happens
Eddie Ford demands the immediate disestablishment of the Church of England
Fresh attacks as unions retreat
The capitulation of many trade union leaderships, the further attacks on workers living standards that will result, and the rotten failure of lefts bureaucratic horse-trading demand we rebuild the rank and file, says Chris Strafford.