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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

Labour’s clause four dead-end

19 Jan 1995

Labour’s infighting over clause four is in full swing now with almost every left group imaginable inside and out of the Labour Party jumping on board to defend the clause. Everybody knows that it has meant nothing to the Labour Party in power and that the wording itself means little. But just as with the leadership contest, until we are able to build an effective alternative to Labour the left will hang desperately on to its skirt tails

Badgerline: the right to strike

12 Jan 1995

Escape from paradise

12 Jan 1995

Schools for crime

NUT members stand firm

12 Jan 1995

Making the leap

12 Jan 1995

Lee-Anne Bates spoke to Steve David, a new Communist Party supporter from East London who saw the need to go beyond trade union politics after being active as a signal technician during the recent signal workers’ dispute

No short cuts to power

12 Jan 1995

Ditch labour

12 Jan 1995

With or without clause four…

Blood on their hands

05 Jan 1995

Yeltsin’s bid for domination

05 Jan 1995

Bus strikers sacked

05 Jan 1995

Bent coppers and strange deaths

05 Jan 1995

Bad year for rail

05 Jan 1995

Tory fat cats

05 Jan 1995

Scrap private education!

05 Jan 1995

Workers need the very best for our children. That means a completely free education system, the ending of privilege for the rich and the taking over of private schools under workers’ control

Ireland’s new challenge

15 Dec 1994

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