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Tear Gas: From the Battlefields of World War I to the Streets of Today - book review

Tear Gas: From the Battlefields of World War I to the Streets of Today - book review

Book Reviews June 14, 2018

Tear Gas shows that, historically, the use of tear gas escalates violence against protest, but movements can overcome such repressive force, argues Tom Whitt...

The far right can be defeated, and mass organisation is the key – weekly briefing

The far right can be defeated, and mass organisation is the key – weekly briefing

Opinion June 11, 2018

Solidarity with Muslims and maximum unity are the watchwords for confronting today’s street racists, argues Lindsey German

Dump Trump and the special relationship, too

Dump Trump and the special relationship, too

Opinion June 8, 2018

Theresa May's support for Trump is a faultline we must fully exploit, argues Jonathan Maunders

The NHS revolution

The NHS revolution

History June 8, 2018

NHS at 70: Morgan Daniels looks behind the myth and finds our rulers conceding to an emboldened working class

The limits of Keynesianism part 5: can the working class make advances within capitalism?

The limits of Keynesianism part 5: can the working class make advances within capitalism?

Theory May 18, 2018

In the final part of our series, Dominic Alexander looks at how working class advancement means moving beyond the confines of reformism

Be part of a socialist organisation committed to fundamental change

Be part of a socialist organisation committed to fundamental change

Opinion May 16, 2018

We have a once in a generation chance for change, and must take it

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Trump’s state-sponsored child abuse

Trump’s state-sponsored child abuse

Separating children from their parents and detaining them is consistent with Trump's inhumane policies and adds to why we need to protest against him argues Sea...

June 19, 2018 Sean Ledwith

Justice for Grenfell: breaking the silence

Justice for Grenfell: breaking the silence

A year on from the Grenfell disaster, Julie Al-Hinai reminds us that whilst our grief can be silent, our anger must be clearly audible

June 18, 2018 Julie Al-Hinai

The collapse of everything, and what to do about it - weekly briefing

The collapse of everything, and what to do about it - weekly briefing

Two major demos in the next four weeks is a fantastic opportunity to hardwire our politics to the street, argues Lindsey German 

June 18, 2018 Lindsey German

The Storm Clouds Gather: Is there a future for the European Union?

The Storm Clouds Gather: Is there a future for the European Union?

The gathering crisis in European Union should make it clear the EU provides no haven from racism or austerity

June 17, 2018 Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

Theory

The limits of Keynesianism part 4: the Keynesian attack on the labour theory of value

The limits of Keynesianism part 4: the Keynesian attack on the labour theory of value

In the fourth part of our series, Dominic Alexander looks at the problems with Keynesian critiques of Marx's labour theory of value 

May 11, 2018 Dominic Alexander

The limits of Keynesianism part three: Marx, Keynes and the analysis of the trade cycle

The limits of Keynesianism part three: Marx, Keynes and the analysis of the trade cycle

In the third part of our series on Keynesianism, Dominic Alexander looks at cycles, crisis, and why Keynesianism always looks to fix capitalism  ...

May 4, 2018 Dominic Alexander

The limits of Keynesianism part two: the assumptions Keynes makes

The limits of Keynesianism part two: the assumptions Keynes makes

In the second part of our series on Keynesianism, Dominic Alexander outlines the economic and philosophical underpinnings of Keynesian thought

April 27, 2018 Dominic Alexander

Books

Culture as Politics: Selected Writings of Christopher Caudwell - book extract

Culture as Politics: Selected Writings of Christopher Caudwell - book extract

David Margolies gives an introduction to a new edition of writings by Christopher Caudwell 

June 11, 2018 David Margolies

Adrift: A Secret Life of London's Waterways - book review

Adrift: A Secret Life of London's Waterways - book review

The fight against rapacious developers is at the heart of a new account of life on London’s canals, says John Rees

June 7, 2018 John Rees

Countering Extremism in British schools? - book review

Countering Extremism in British schools? - book review

Countering Extremism, an account of the Birmingham schools ‘Trojan Horse affair’, is a devastating critique of government and media Islamophobia...

June 1, 2018 Judy Cox

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