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Günter Grass and the German neurosis

19 Apr 2012

Maciej Zurowski looks at a literary scandal and the bourgeoisie's attempt to cope with its past

Corbyn misses a trick

13 Jun 2019

While Labour prioritises blocking a no-deal Brexit, writes Eddie Ford, it has failed to respond in a principled way to Tory confessions of drug use

Colours, shades, limits

13 Jun 2019

In the second of four articles Jack Conrad explores the good, the bad and the ugly sides of green political thought

Malthus painted green

06 Jun 2019

In the first of four articles Jack Conrad affirms the reality of global warming, along with the pending danger of ecological disaster. But crude overpopulation theories are worse than useless. Each social formation has its own laws, including laws of population

Philosophy, Marxism and gender ideology

30 May 2019

Rex Dunn makes a contribution to our ongoing debate. He argues that genderism stems from working class defeats and poststructuralist subjectivism

Out of the dark ages

30 May 2019

While the divorce referendum has resulted in a marginal improvement, writes Anne McShane, the absence of a fighting working class is still making itself felt

Legalise cannabis

16 May 2019

The ‘war on drugs’ has very little to do with safeguarding the health of citizens, argues James Linney

Sex is not psyche

09 May 2019

Amanda MacLean replies to Richard Farnos and Finlay Scott Gilmore

Against biological determinism

02 May 2019

Finlay Scott Gilmour responds to Amanda MacLean’s critique of genderism

Silencing the right will be followed by silencing the left

25 Apr 2019

Yassamine Mather looks behind the social media bans imposed in the name of ‘democracy’

Fill the jails?

25 Apr 2019

Extinction Rebellion’s fighting spirit is admirable. But a viable strategy and programme is urgently needed, argues Eddie Ford

Decoupled from reality

18 Apr 2019

Genderist ideology is based on flawed science and worse logic, argues Amanda MacLean

The drugs don’t work

18 Apr 2019

The huge problem of antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic shortages is greatly exacerbated by the profit motive, argues James Linney

Blood, fire, death

04 Apr 2019

Review of ‘Lords of Chaos’, directed by Jonas Åkerlund and out on general release

Marx and Jewish emancipation

14 Mar 2019

By citing a few thoroughly decontextualised phrases, the establishment finds Marx - and therefore contemporary Marxism - guilty of anti-Semitism. Jack Conrad puts the record straight

Women’s rights and class struggle

07 Mar 2019

Forty years ago Iranian women rebelled against the Islamic government. We should not only remember their struggle: we should uphold the original aims of International Women’s Day, says Yassamine Mather

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