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Capitalism & Crisis

The decline of money

01 Mar 2012

If we are to understand the present crisis we need to grasp the decaying relationship between money, production and value. Hillel Ticktin discusses the growth of fictitious capital and impossibility of getting money to make money

Fight for what we need: The living wage and socialism

08 Apr 1999

What the system can afford is not the concern of communists, writes John Walsh. The demand for £300 per week minimum income must be part of a revolutionary programme

Neither the pound nor the euro

25 Mar 1999

European Union

End of triumphalism

15 Oct 1998

Despite the global financial crisis, capitalism will not collapse of its own accord, argues Michael Malkin

Uncontrollable forces

24 Sep 1998

Michael Malkin discusses the crisis of global financial markets

Economistic despair

03 Sep 1998

Around the left

Russia in crisis

03 Sep 1998

Worldwide recession looms

Euro fightback

11 Jun 1998

New strategy needed for working class in European Union

Poverty wage

04 Jun 1998

Fight for what we need!

Capitalism and slavery

18 Dec 1997

This article is based on a speech given at Communist University ’97 by Robin Blackburn, author of ‘The making of New World slavery’

Curing Korea’s crisis?

04 Dec 1997

Russia in transition

20 Nov 1997

This article is based on a speech given by Hillel Ticktin at Communist University ‘97

Markets in turmoil

30 Oct 1997

After Brown Monday panic set in, as London share dealers were hit by the worldwide slump

Aiming to silence protest

28 Aug 1997

Scotland’s referendum: Bosses warm to Labour’s sop

28 Aug 1997

While some on the left portray the Scottish parliament as the first step on the way to providing decent services and conditions for people in Scotland, Donald Dewar makes it clear big business will remain firmly in control

Pecking order

23 Jan 1997

Around the left

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