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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

Towards unity

06 Jul 1995

Our discussions on rapprochement have brought us into contact with the Revolutionary Democratic Group, the Revolutionary Worker Tendency and the International Socialist Group, all excluded from the Socialist Worker Party because of their differences. The RDG has taken a lead in trying to unite our different traditions, and here we reprint their reply to our proposals for communist unity and their call to the ISG

For communist unity

06 Jul 1995

Open letter to the SWP central committee

End of the Tory road

29 Jun 1995

Whatever the outcome of the Tory election contest, Blair’s New Labour looks set for government. How should the revolutionary left prepare?

Communism through communist unity

29 Jun 1995

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 24 1920

Loss of a revolutionary

29 Jun 1995

Harry Gwala: born July 30 1920; died June 19 1995

Political poverty

22 Jun 1995

The left looks to Labour to deliver a minimum wage

French fascists gain

22 Jun 1995

Adams comes to his senses

22 Jun 1995

Thee IRSP gives its views on Gerry Adams’ ending of exploratory talks last Saturday

False phrophets for Bosnia

22 Jun 1995

The UN is a reactionary force - along with all the warring parties

The BSP and the Labour Party conference

22 Jun 1995

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 17 1920

Closet polemic

22 Jun 1995

Free Irish prisoners

15 Jun 1995

Spinning out profit

15 Jun 1995

Overwork and stress are affecting all sections of society

Fawning Star

15 Jun 1995

The Communist Revolutionary Conference

15 Jun 1995

From Workers’ Dreadnought, paper of the Workers’ Socialist Federation, June 12 1921

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