Weekly Worker issue 934 - October 18 2012
General strike: Rebuild the movement
The call for a general strike to bring down the government is out of place, writes Mike Macnair
bulk of the far left sees the TUC October 20 demonstration against
austerity as an opportunity to carry on an agitation for a general
strike to bring down the government.
Rape apologism; My point was …; Move to right; Drawing the line; So what?; Undialectical; Mosquito war; Over, not under;
Economic crisis: Awarded for services rendered
The EU has been given the Nobel Prize, but quite clearly the whole project is in danger of falling apart, writes Eddie Ford
Keynes: The great saviour and his leftwinger converts
Capitalism is in terminal decline. So why, asks Jack Conrad, do so many on the left advocate not socialism, but increased government spending, deficit financing and Keynesian solutions?
Iran: Sanctions mean war on the people
Hands Off the People of Iran remains true to its slogan, ‘No to imperialism, no to the Islamic regime’. Yassamine Mather describes the devastation and hunger inflicted on Iranians
Rifondazione Comunista: Failed refoundation
Toby Abse reviews: Salvatore Cannavo, 'La Rifondazione mancata, 1991-2008: una storia del PRC Edizioni Alegre', Rome 2009, pp223, €14
Robbie Rix sees more solidarity from our readers, and raises his sights a little
Jimmy Savile: Establishment’s dirty little secret
The establishment furore over the Jimmy Savile scandal has more to it than is being let on, reports Paul Demarty
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