WW archive > Issue 963 - 23 May 2013

What drives capital’s global crises?

Mike Macnair reviews: Guglielmo Carchedi, 'Behind the crisis: Marx’s dialectics of value and knowledge', Haymarket Books, 2012, pp303, £20


Piss and wind; Discussion; Hacked off; Top-down?; Transcend them; UKIP mirror; Pedantry

SWP: Opposition springs back to life

The fightback must be principled and programmatically armed, urges Peter Manson

Left Unity: Broad party illusions

Ben Lewis offers some critical thoughts on a recent International Socialist Network article

Dissecting the Platypus

Where does “hosting the conversation” on the “death” of the left start and the actual opinions of the leadership begin? Corey Ansel looks at the enigma of the US-based Platypus Affiliated Society

Latin America rebels against war on drugs

Communists fight for the real ‘game-changer’, writes Eddie Ford - the legalisation of all drugs

Tories: Return of the repressed

For the first time, this coalition government looks structurally unsound - but its collapse would shift politics to the right, argues Paul Demarty

Iran: Election farce exposes regime’s crisis

The Iranian elections are a travesty that demand a boycott, says Yassamine Mather

Appeal from the editor

Editor Peter Manson reports on the WW's legal appeal

Anti-sectarianism, Polish style

Maciej Zurowski interviews comrades from a Polish Marxist tendency, and finds parallels with left thinking in the UK

Touching distance

Robbie Rix on what could be a close-run Fighting Fund

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