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Because there have to be some lefties with a social life

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The politics of privilege-checking

[...] how this markedly affected the strategies for fighting for social change within the broader radical left. It is well known that the late 1960s and early 1970s were a period of mass social upheaval [...]

After the Syriza victory: for a United Front of the left throughout Europe!

[...] , however, in the not-so-long term, for Syriza to reconcile both sides, the markets and the radical left. The leaders of Syriza so far base everything on the belief that the EU leaders will backtrack [...]

The Anti-Imperialism of Fools: A Cautionary Tale for the Brit Anti-War Left

[...] as rallying mass opposition in our own countries to this war […] The internationalist and radical left must throw their weight into the balance to help secure a defeat for imperialism that can [...]

French leftist writes ‘A letter to my British friends’

[...] be given permanent right of stay. I hope this helps you understand that if you belong to the radical left, you have lost precious friends and allies. This being clear, the attack becomes all the more [...]

McCluskey and Labour: a view from Scotland

[...] on what had happened to the union’s policies. In 1969 the union had sent a motion to the Labour party requesting an incoming Labour Government to nationalise the British chemical industry. I [...]

Lutfur Rahman and communalism in Tower Hamlets

[...] that the Islamic Foundation of Europe (IFE) had signed up some hundreds of members to the Labour Party to advance Rahman’s cause.  The IFE is part of a network of groups around the East London [...]

Scots, Wha Hae Wi Murphy bled!

[...] By Anne Field (from the AWL’s Solidarity newspaper) Newly elected Scottish Labour Party (SLP) leader Jim  Murphy has produced his own version of a new Clause  Four for the Labour [...]

McCluskey: Labour does not need backstabbing Blairites

[...] , the leader of the UK’s biggest union, Unite, has condemned those within the Labour party who are undermining Ed Miliband’s leadership. Denouncing the politicians of Labour’s [...]

Greece: the prospect of a Syriza victory

[...] of some measures that we, as DEA, find useful or critical to give confidence to the labour movement. These are: • Restoration of the minimum wage (up to 751 euros, a 30% raise), • [...]

The present and future state of the US labor movement

[...] 2014 article in Salon, Edward McClelland argues that Lewis typifies the contemporary US labour movement, which, since the 1970s, has become “feminised, professionalised, politicised and [...]

PCS: hold the Socialist Party and Serwotka to account!

[...] . The Socialist Party and PCS general secretary, Mark Serwotka, must be condemned across the labour movement. Their actions are disgraceful. If the right wing did this then there would be howls of [...]

Populism and identity politics

[...] expressed politically, particularly through the organizations of the left and of the labour movement. No longer. It is the erosion of such mechanisms that is leading to the remaking of [...]

The politics of privilege-checking

[...] particular. Marxism locates the source of class and social inequality in the capitalist system and relies upon an analysis of objective material realities. These were all [...]

The Anti-Imperialism of Fools: A Cautionary Tale for the Brit Anti-War Left

[...] whole struggle, for all contemporary social evils are “products of the capitalist system”. So, in a comparative twist with L’Humanite on fascism, when suicide [...]

After the Syriza victory: for a United Front of the left throughout Europe!

[...] not be reversed without confronting the system, but this will be a confrontation against a capitalist system and a eurozone in deep crisis, which makes them non-omnipotent. It will be objectively [...]

Greece: the coming crisis

[...] . The three points concern, election of the president of the republic by this parliament, Parliamentary elections by the end of 2015 (instead of June 2016 that are due) and start of the constitutional [...]

Syriza and the Independent Greeks: a Kremlin connection?

[...] forms a coalition with the pro-Kremlin far right After a landslide victory in the early parliamentary elections held on 25 January 2015, the Greek Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) that secured [...]

Greece: the prospect of a Syriza victory

[...] inside Syriza over the question of candidacies for the municipal and more recently the parliamentary elections. This was over programmatic points and lately over the necessity of the party itself and [...]

Scottish Labour: vote Findlay and Clark!

[...] 60% (from 440,000 to 180,000). Over the same period Labour lost five million votes and two trade unions disaffiliated from the party. Scottish Labour membership is now around one fifth of that of [...]

Why the ‘Citizens’ Income’ won’t work and isn’t socialist

[...] a powerful working class doesn’t need legislation to get high wages – that’s what trade unions are for, and when they’re strong they do a perfectly good job of raising wages [...]

The left, Zionism and anti-Semitism: my (unpublished) letter to the Morning Star

[...] to social, economic, cultural and democratic progress in Britain and its component nations. Trade unions and the left — much of which has a proud record of combating anti-semitism here and overseas [...]

James P. Cannon on the separation of church and state

[...] the controversy. The leadership of this fight belongs by right to the labor movement, for the trade unions cannot live and breathe without freedom from the control of both church and state. They will [...]

After the Syriza victory: for a United Front of the left throughout Europe!

[...] that they will cut off any financial aid to any government that refuses to extend their austerity policies as a bluff. However, one leader of the majority, John Dragasakis, admitted in a recent [...]

French leftist writes ‘A letter to my British friends’

[...] of the shooting was an economist who ran a weekly column on the disasters caused by austerity policies in Greece).  Finally, Charlie Hebdo was an opponent of all forms of organized [...]

Populism and identity politics

[...] defence of immigration, freedom of movement and of individual rights, a challenge to austerity policies and the embrace of collective action – can be stitched together, and stitched into a [...]

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The politics of privilege-checking

[...] how this markedly affected the strategies for fighting for social change within the broader radical left. It is well known that the late 1960s and early 1970s were a period of mass social upheaval [...]

After the Syriza victory: for a United Front of the left throughout Europe!

[...] , however, in the not-so-long term, for Syriza to reconcile both sides, the markets and the radical left. The leaders of Syriza so far base everything on the belief that the EU leaders will backtrack [...]

The Anti-Imperialism of Fools: A Cautionary Tale for the Brit Anti-War Left

[...] as rallying mass opposition in our own countries to this war […] The internationalist and radical left must throw their weight into the balance to help secure a defeat for imperialism that can [...]

French leftist writes ‘A letter to my British friends’

[...] be given permanent right of stay. I hope this helps you understand that if you belong to the radical left, you have lost precious friends and allies. This being clear, the attack becomes all the more [...]

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