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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

Evans’s Zionist enforcers

17 Jun 2021

Supporting Israel will become a requirement for sitting councillors, prospective candidates and staff members. Graham Keene digs the dirt on the first ‘training session’

Fascism needs definition

17 Jun 2021

Marxism strives for clarity and telling the truth. Jack Conrad replies to Hasan Keser and Daniel Lazare

Penny-pinching boosterism

10 Jun 2021

Lots of soundbites, no joined-up thinking. Derek James looks at the poverty of the latest ‘great debate’

Texas and the F-word

10 Jun 2021

Can fascism be established in the absence of a working class threat? Daniel Lazare believes it is possible

Seven are the doors to hell

10 Jun 2021

Yassamine Mather reports on the new restrictions, the disqualifications and what passes for debate in the presidential election campaign

Promises, losers and threats

10 Jun 2021

The G7 summit is going to see a reassertion of American hegemony. But, asks Eddie Ford, will this really mean a return of the social democratic consensus?

Finishing what Blair started?

10 Jun 2021

The project of delabourising Labour has had a new lease of life, argues Paul Demarty

‘Anti-Semitism’ and culture wars

03 Jun 2021

Derek James links the press attacks on the mass demonstrations in solidarity with the Palestinians to a wider Tory offensive

Story built on lies

03 Jun 2021

David Douglass reviews 'Thatcher vs the miners: the battle for Britain', produced by Harry Bell and Brendan Hughes and broadcast on Channel 5

Strategic rivalries remain

27 May 2021

Daniel Lazare says ending tensions with Russia will take more than discarding opposition to Nord Stream 2

Putting profit first

27 May 2021

After 30 years of privatisation, writes Vernon Price, it remains clear where the government’s priorities lie

Misusing the F-word

27 May 2021

To effectively combat today’s far right we must begin by rejecting lazy analogies. Jack Conrad calls for clear historical thinking

Diana and the demagogues

27 May 2021

Why the furore over an ancient interview? Paul Demarty looks at the renewed attacks on the BBC

Ulster unionism in crisis

20 May 2021

Brexit, together with shifts in both population and political allegiances, means that something now has to give, reckons Derek James

Theatre of revolution

20 May 2021

While the March on Rome was significant, writes David Broder, the active collaboration of the Italian ruling class with the fascists was central

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