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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

Calling a different tone

19 Jun 2020

Will Stratford of the US Platypus Affiliated Society explains why he thinks it is essential for the left to question the establishment’s hegemonic anti-racism

Racism and Covid-19

19 Jun 2020

Capitalism itself is the cause of structural social inequality, writes James Linney

An international explosion

11 Jun 2020

Protests against police violence and structural disadvantage have erupted in country after country, but what happens next, asks Paul Demarty

Race über alles?

11 Jun 2020

Daniel Lazare looks beneath the skin of Black Lives Matter and reveals the links with big business

What about the root causes?

04 Jun 2020

Rutger Bregman Humankind: a hopeful history Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020, pp496, £20

The old and the new

28 May 2020

A sharp decline in newspaper print circulation raises questions about the power of the media, argues William Kane

Rise of the Covidiots

21 May 2020

How can pandemic-sceptics deny the reality in front of their eyes? Paul Demarty investigates

Truth shall make you free

30 Apr 2020

According to the latest conspiracy theories, Covid-19 is a bioweapon leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, introduced into China by a US spy team or caused by electromagnetic radiation. There have been dozens of attacks on 5G masts and engineers in Britain. Why do people believe in such nonsense? Edmund Griffiths investigates

Nature and humanity

09 Apr 2020

Did Engels really seek to water down Marx’s concern for the environment? Quite the opposite, argues Michael Roberts

Forces for change

09 Apr 2020

What will be the long-term consequences of the current crisis? Mark Kosman looks at the possibilities

A barometer of progress

02 Apr 2020

NEP had profoundly negative results for the struggle for women’s emancipation, writes Anne McShane.

Surplus to requirements

26 Mar 2020

To say that the ANC’s response to the pandemic is ‘inadequate’ would be a total understatement, writes Peter Manson. As a result many thousands will pay the ultimate price.

Covid-19 and how to fight it

26 Mar 2020

Jack Conrad presents a communist response to the combined health and economic crisis

Responding to catastrophe

19 Mar 2020

Paul Demarty looks at the strengths, and limits, of the left’s response to the coronavirus.

Class and women’s liberation

12 Mar 2020

Like anti-racism, International Women’s Day has been colonised by the bourgeoisie, writes Eddie Ford.

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