WW archive > Issue 914 - 17 May 2012
Masses refuse to be ruled in old way
As support for left anti-austerity parties grows in Greece, writes Eddie Ford, the temptation of office must be avoided
Power up; Not our baby; Joy of sects; Pecking off; No slander; Impossiblism; Unambiguous; Willie exposed; Chicago school
Overcoming the enemies within
The left must unite in order to change the relationship of forces both within and outside the Labour Party, argues Mike Macnair
The abuse of abuse
It is the social decay caused by capitalism, not race, that leads to acts of horror, says Paul Demarty.
Strikes are not the be-all and end-all
What are stikes alone and where is the politics we need? Laurie Smith takes a look at the recent stikes and the response of the Left.
Refuting the latest smears against Warren
Chris Corrigan sets the record straight about Des Warren
How Lenin's party became (Bolshevik)
Did Lenin seek to exclude Mensheviks from Russia's revolutionary organisation in order to forge a 'party of a new type'? Lars T Lih looks at the reality
Readers who appreciate the Weekly Worker can show it with a standing order and do their bit fighting for marxist ideas, says Robbie Rix.
Small rooms and the politics of dishonesty
The Anti-Capitalist Initiative represents a further liquidationist retreat, writes Peter Manson