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Hidden from history

22 Nov 2007

Lawrence Parker, The kick inside - revolutionary opposition in the CPGB 1960-1991 2007, £4.00 (+ £1.15 postage), pp75

Commitment to orderly progress

09 May 2019

Jim Creegan argues, in his second and concluding article, that while Karl Kautsky’s writings contained insights, his entire political career can only serve as a negative example. We intend to carry a rejoinder in the near future

Steady rightward trajectory

02 May 2019

Responding to a flurry of debate, US comrade Jim Creegan gives his view on the evolution of Karl Kautsky in the first of a two-part article

A promising start

11 Apr 2019

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

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

Next on Trump’s list

08 Feb 2019

Events in Venezuela amount to an imperialist coup attempt - but the left still draws no lessons from the failures of the ‘Bolivarian revolution’. Paul Demarty investigates

Competition and cooperation

06 Dec 2018

Review of 'Elinor Ostrom’s rules for radicals' by Derek Wall, Pluto Press, 2017, pp160, £16.99

Dashed hopes

11 Oct 2018

Despite retreats and prevarication, writes Peter Manson, the objective conditions for working class advance remain

Let it rot in the grave

04 Oct 2018

Labour should not revive the old Fabian clause four, says Jack Conrad. Instead a new, genuinely socialist version is needed

Where next for the SACP?

20 Sep 2018

As the ANC continues to lose support, Peter Manson looks at the dilemmas of the ‘official communists’

Grappling with the party question

13 Sep 2018

Mike Macnair looks at two very different documents from two very different organisations

A failure of definition

09 Aug 2018

Jack Conrad argues that the left is crippled by its fixation on economic struggles and the downplaying of high politics

Sowing dragon's teeth

26 Jul 2018

Is Leon Trotsky’s Transitional programme the last word when it comes to the Marxist programme? Or does it represent regression in Marxist terms? Jack Conrad argues against the economism of Trotskyism

Irrational optimism

12 Jul 2018

Mike Macnair responds to Rex Dunn’s arguments about Trotskyism and May 1968

Oppose siren calls

05 Jul 2018

Some on the ‘left’ insist on running with People’s Vote and its call for a second EU referendum. Once again Jack Conrad argues that Marxists ought to condemn referendums. We favour representative democracy and working class political independence

Cold war nostalgia

17 May 2018

Mike Macnair looks at the AWL’s version of ‘socialism’ and finds it wanting

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