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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

The munitions hold-up

08 Jun 1995

From Workers’ Dreadnought, paper of the Workers’ Socialist Federation, June 5 1920

Theses on factions

08 Jun 1995

CPGB Provisional Central Committee resolution agreed at the Party membership aggregate of June 4 1995

Harold Burgess

01 Jun 1995

From Workers’ Dreadnought, paper of the Workers’ Socialist Federation, May 29 1920

Fightback in Istanbul

25 May 1995

Workers’ Dreadnought office raided

25 May 1995

From Workers’ Dreadnought, paper of the Workers’ Socialist Federation, May 22 1920

Reformist call to ban revolutionary funds

25 May 1995

Nothing less

18 May 1995

Turkish workers give lessons in class pride

18 May 1995

May Day, London 1995: tiny compared to demonstrations in Turkey, despite the strong Communist Party contingent

Steps to rapprochement

18 May 1995

Well done, London dockers!

18 May 1995

From Workers’ Dreadnought, paper of the Workers’ Socialist Federation, May 15 1920

Reforging the Party

11 May 1995

A liberal adrift

11 May 1995

In January of this year, Mark Fischer spoke to Francis Beckett

The Party's not over yet

11 May 1995

Mark Fischer reviews 'Enemy within: The rise and fall of the British Communist Party' by Francis Beckett

Communist optimism

11 May 1995

While paying lip service to Bolshevism, the British left boycotts London's May Day march

Communication of the Amsterdam Bureau

11 May 1995

From Workers’ Dreadnought, paper of the Workers’ Socialist Federation, May 8 1920

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