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Party & Programme

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

Russian leftists desert Chechens

26 Jan 1995

The Chechen war needs revolutionary answers not hand-wringing liberalism

SWP calls for state capitalism

19 Jan 1995

Germany going ‘red’

19 Jan 1995

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 22 1920

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

Obituary: Mourn the revolutionary

12 Jan 1995

Joe Slovo, 23 May 1926 - 6 January 1995

75 years

12 Jan 1995

Nineteen ninety-five will see the 75th anniversary of the foundation of the Communist Party of Great Britain. The Weekly Worker republishes what was making the news in the revolutionary press this week in 1920

Party - for and against

05 Jan 1995

The autumn 1994 issue of Communist Action carried an article by Jack Conrad (also published in the Weekly Worker of September 15 1994) and an instantaneous reply by its editorial board. We reprint this below, alongside Jack Conrad's further response. The fight for a ‘serious polemic’ continues

SUPPLEMENT: Party, non-ideology and faction

15 Dec 1994

The tasks of the 21st century demand all partisans of the working class be united in one democratic centralist party

Faction in exile

15 Dec 1994

Gary Salisbury reviews 'Democracy and the SWP' by British and German IS Groups

Forward to state capitalist Britain?

15 Dec 1994

Labour reformism a dead end for women workers

15 Dec 1994

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