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Party & Programme

End the cycle of splits

Learn the lessons

11 Apr 2019

Peter Moody comments on the collapse of the most prominent revolutionary group on the US left

Whatever happened to the Lexit lads?

11 Apr 2019

Life has driven the left advocates of Brexit into ever greater confusion, argues Paul Demarty

A promising start

11 Apr 2019

Peter Manson welcomes the formation of the Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party in South Africa

Transparency and solidarity

04 Apr 2019

Mike Macnair looks at the procedural questions that precipitated the collapse of the ISO

Taaffe goes for the throat

04 Apr 2019

It is increasingly obvious that the crisis in the CWI is a lamentable attempt to force a split. Paul Demarty wonders who will fall for it, and whether the ‘tradition of the Militant’ is strong enough to survive

Time to end the tailism

28 Mar 2019

With the United Kingdom in the grip of a profound constitutional crisis, Jack Conrad says the left must reject referendums as a matter of principle. Instead we need our own programme and our own tactics

A basic necessity

21 Mar 2019

Tony O’Brien: ‘Tackling the housing crisis with publicly owned construction by direct labour organisations’, self-published, 2018, pp200, £10

Another round of splits

21 Mar 2019

It is a case of ‘Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose’ for Peter Taaffe’s beleaguered sect. Anne McShane and William Sarsfield look at the mounting problems in the CWI

No longer part of left

14 Mar 2019

The AWL is clearly in alliance with Tom Watson and the Labour right, argues Tony Greenstein

Women’s rights and class struggle

07 Mar 2019

Forty years ago Iranian women rebelled against the Islamic government. We should not only remember their struggle: we should uphold the original aims of International Women’s Day, says Yassamine Mather

A classic case of CIA subversion

28 Feb 2019

Why is Juan Guaidó still at liberty? Paul Demarty diagnoses the lack of revolutionary backbone

Commitment and collectivity

28 Feb 2019

René Gimpel continues his examination of the conflict between Jean-Paul Sartre’s political and philosophical passions

Individualism or class struggle?

21 Feb 2019

René Gimpel examines the philosophical and political development of Jean-Paul Sartre, and his fraught relationship with the French Communist Party

The spectre of socialism

14 Feb 2019

Paul Demarty casts a critical eye over the rise of self-styled socialists in the Democratic Party

Forty years of inequality

14 Feb 2019

The US administration preferred Islamists to leftists, says Yassamine Mather

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