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Party & Programme > Class and consciousness

Wide open for the class

A new beginning?

20 Sep 2018

Marcel van der Linden examines the state of the global labour movement

From Postgate to Barthélemy

06 Sep 2018

Marc Mulholland tells the story of a French revolutionary hanged for murder in London in 1855

Dead end of intersectionality

02 Aug 2018

Only the working class can unify the oppressed, argues Mike Macnair. This is an edited version of his talk at the July 29 London Communist Forum

Tactics, principles and willing dupes

19 Jul 2018

What attitude should the left take to the People’s Vote campaign and its call for a second referendum? Jack Conrad insists that referendums are a backward, not a forward step for democracy

Big Meeting lives on

19 Jul 2018

David Douglass reports on the134th Durham Miners Gala

Irrational optimism

12 Jul 2018

Mike Macnair responds to Rex Dunn’s arguments about Trotskyism and May 1968

Getting beyond capitalism

05 Jul 2018

Mike Macnair completes his critique of intersectionality and identity politics

Mistaken versions of Maoism

28 Jun 2018

Two books on intersectionality reviewed: 'How we get free: black feminism and the Combahee River Collective' by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor (Haymarket, 2017, pp191, £9.70) and Asad Haider's 'Mistaken identity: race and class in the age of Trump' (Verso, 2018, pp132, £9.90)

Race and class

21 Jun 2018

Mike Macnair examines the critiques of intersectionality developed by Adolph Reed Jr and Walter Benn Michaels

Intersectionality is a dead end

07 Jun 2018

Sections of the left are beginning to cotton on to the extent to which ‘identity politics’ and ‘intersectionality’ are neoliberal projects, argues Mike Macnair. But they do not yet offer a clear alternative

May 68 to colour revolutions

31 May 2018

The left has used the May 68 événements as evidence for a distorted concept of revolution, argues Mike Macnair. By doing so it has even endorsed ‘revolutions’ in the service of reaction. This is an edited version of a talk given to the May 27 London Communist Forum

Wonderful yet underperformed

10 May 2018

Jack Conrad looks back at the May-June events that rocked France 50 years ago

Who remembers Marx?

10 May 2018

Paul Demarty marks 200 years since the birth of the founder of scientific socialism

Build on what we achieved

26 Apr 2018

Kevin Bean of Liverpool UCU looks back at the university pensions dispute

Pulling the handbrake

12 Apr 2018

How revolutionary were the bourgeois revolutions? Neil Davidson spoke to Communist University about the lessons for today

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