Democracy & State

Overcoming the enemies within

17 May 2012

The left must unite in order to change the relationship of forces both within and outside the Labour Party, argues Mike Macnair

Thin end of the wedge

02 Dec 2021

We should oppose both the banning of Hamas and its leftwing apologists, writes Eddie Ford

A Stalinist school of development?

02 Dec 2021

Paul Flewers looks back at the flawed but insightful theory of state collectivism presented by John Fantham and Moshé Machover in the late 1970s

Our gun rights too

02 Dec 2021

Despite Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal, Paul Demarty raises three cheers for the US constitution's second amendment

Why we resigned

02 Dec 2021

Not unity but division: joint statement by four former members of LAW’s steering committee

Stay and fight and fight again

02 Dec 2021

A call that went unheeded: opening remarks by Graham Bash to LAW’s final all-members meeting

Merging into a cul-de-sac

02 Dec 2021

Derek James of Labour Party Marxists argues that this is no time to give up on the fight against the witch-hunt. Nor will the attempt to form an amorphous socialist movement get anywhere

Onslaught continues

25 Nov 2021

With the busiest winter period fast approaching, James Linney savages the government’s NHS ‘rescue plan’

Rittenhouse and white backlash

25 Nov 2021

The second amendment provides constitutional cover for a counterrevolutionary army of Boogaloos and freelance ultras, argues Daniel Lazare

Deserting the fight

25 Nov 2021

Plans to close Labour Against the Witchhunt and form yet another amorphous broad-left outfit are not only, by definition, unprincipled: they are bound to fail, writes Paul Demarty

From hell to even worse

25 Nov 2021

The so-called migrant crisis results from the imperialist system itself, argues Eddie Ford

Time for a rethink

18 Nov 2021

Derek James rounds on John McDonnell for his pusillanimity and the official left for its silence over the expulsion of Graham Bash

On the dark side

18 Nov 2021

Jack Conrad explores the commonalities and connections between greenism and the right and far right

In modern times

18 Nov 2021

Capitalism needs an ideological cover for its minority rule, but it also needs the constitutional rule of law. Socialism will be different. Mike Macnair spoke at the Online Communist Forum on November 14. This is an edited version of his talk

Ten days of change

18 Nov 2021

Following the Owen Paterson fiasco, Labour has leapt forward in the polls. Eddie Ford argues that this creates problems for the standard left narrative of a useless Keir Starmer

No saving graces

11 Nov 2021

Tony Greenstein reviews 'Labour’s anti-Semitism crisis: what the left got wrong and how to learn from it' by David Renton (Routledge, 2021, pp230, £19.99)

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