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Society & Culture

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

To the dawn of humanity

28 Feb 2019

Arthur Bough defends his naturalistic reading of Marx’s labour theory of value

Explorations of inequality

21 Feb 2019

Andrea Levy: March 7 1956 - February 14 2019

Art for our class

17 Jan 2019

Mike belbin reviews Christine Lindey Art for all: British socially committed art from the 1930s to the cold war Artery Publications, 2018, pp240, £25

Preparing the final assault

17 Jan 2019

James Linney examines the fraud that is NHS England’s ‘long-term plan’

Our rights threatened too

17 Jan 2019

Although Britain’s far-right yellow vests are an obnoxious assortment of racists, xenophobes and odd-balls, we must defend their right to protest, says Eddie Ford

The will to liberate

10 Jan 2019

Neglect of the woman question in the early Soviet republic was not the result of isolation and economic backwardness, argues Anne McShane

Competition and cooperation

06 Dec 2018

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

Islamophobia and free speech

06 Dec 2018

The Muslim Council of Britain now wants its own version of the IHRA definition, which for Eddie Ford can only be bad for freedom of expression

Whatever happened to peak oil?

06 Dec 2018

Prices are down to a 10-year low. It is clear that dire predictions of exhausted reserves and the world running out of oil were thoroughly misconceived. Jack Conrad returns to the issue of energy

Sport and common endeavour

29 Nov 2018

Is there something more to chess than the desire to win? Peter Manson thinks there is

Environmental crisis is real

15 Nov 2018

We cannot prevent climate disaster by denying the existence of the problem, argues Daniel Harvey

Marxism and aestheticism

08 Nov 2018

Despite Marx’s throwaway remark, Capital is not a ‘work of art’, argues Rex Dunn

Review: 22 July, directed by Paul Greengrass

18 Oct 2018

Out on general release and Netflix

Capitalism is the cause of, not the solution to runaway climate change

18 Oct 2018

The system cannot be managed more efficiently to halt global warming, argues Michael Roberts

A new ship with a new crew

11 Oct 2018

Behind the Brett Kavanaugh scandal Rex Dunn sees the decline of capitalism and a fragmented feminist movement that fails to recognise the necessity of socialism

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