30 March 2007
Hugo Pierre, Socialist Party, England and Wales
Two hundred years after the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act was passed
in Britain’s Parliament.
16 March 2007
Peter Taaffe, general secretary of the Socialist Party
Ninety years ago, the working class of Russia, led by the immortal
workers of what is now St Petersburg, rose in a revolution that
overthrew the 1,000-year dictatorial rule of the Tsar.
10 November 2006
Clare Doyle, cwi
How the events are seen today
21 October 2006
When workers in their millions rose against Stalinism
01 September 2006
Bob Labi, from
A recent commemorative article in Socialist Worker on the Spanish civil
war says a lot about the rightward political evolution of the SWP,
argues BOB LABI.
17 July 2006
Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party, England and Wales
Anthony Beevor is a very popular author, shown by the huge sales of his
previous books, Stalingrad and Berlin, because unlike many other
capitalist historians he is largely objective in describing events.
25 April 2006
New book by Peter Taaffe, General Secretary of the Socialist Party
14 November 2005
Paula Mitchell, Socialist Party
Hit by corruption scandals and accused of failing to prevent genocidal
wars, the United Nations (UN) has little to celebrate on its 60th
04 November 2005
Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party
In the late nineteenth century, British imperialism found it
increasingly difficult to provide a few crumbs to the working class from
its very rich table.
10 October 2005
Niall Mulholland, cwi
One million slaughtered by CIA-backed counter-revolution
10 August 2005
Lynn Walsh, Socialist Party
Hiroshima, 6 August 1945, 8:00 am. The ‘all clear’ sounded, signalling
the end of an air raid by US bombers. Workers and school children left
their homes, putting out fires, clearing damage and going to work. At
8:45 am a single US bomber flew across the city, dropping an atomic bomb
that exploded above the...
07 May 2005
Holger Dröge, SAV (CWI), Berlin
Origins of the war, big business and fascism, and lessons for the