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End the cycle of splits

24 May 2012

If the left is to build a serious political organisation it will have to facilitate internal dissent, writes Mike Macnair. And that will require both majorities and minorities to act responsibly

Analysis needed

15 Jun 2000

A member of the Socialist Workers Party, writing on the International Socialist tendency opposition internet list, bemoans the absence of democratic discussion

Going, going, gone ... green

15 Jun 2000

Two mavericks continue their attempts to undermine the fight to forge a united working class challenge to Blair, based on the success of the London Socialist Alliance. Peter Tatchell wants the LSA to subordinate itself to the Green Party, while Nick Long, the Socialist Party's main ally in its anti-LSA obstructionism in Lewisham and Greenwich, now places himself outside the socialist alliance camp. We publish their separate statements Reds and greens

Eastern electoralism?

15 Jun 2000

For democratic centralism

23 Mar 2000

Harry Paterson, member of Peter Taaffe's Socialist Party in England and Wales, calls for real democracy and revolutionary centralism

Harry who?

24 Feb 2000

Party notes

Cretinism

17 Feb 2000

Party notes

Questions

13 Jan 2000

Party notes

Stakes are high

16 Dec 1999

Left debates attitude toward Livingstone

Strategy and tactics

16 Dec 1999

Has the Weekly Worker “collapsed into shabby opportunism” over Ken Livingstone’s bid to become London mayor? Maurice Bernal responds to some criticisms

Human.liberation.com

16 Dec 1999

Economic and technology revolution lays basis for communism, argues Dave Craig

Faction ended

16 Dec 1999

Scargill’s GLA slate

16 Dec 1999

Simon Harvey of the SLP

Harry’s game

16 Dec 1999

Party notes

Challenge to London unity

16 Dec 1999

The fight for principled left unity in London to present an electoral challenge to Blair’s Labour has received a setback. The determination of the CATP to press ahead regardless of the plans of others is wrong

Publish and be damned

10 Dec 1998

Mark Fischer replies to Alan Gibson

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