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WW archive > Issue 1307 - 09 July 2020

Letters

Labour arena; Sinking vessel?; BLM party?; Race and class; Confusion

Problems of online debates

Clive Dean of Labour Party Marxists reports on last weekend’s conference

Double or quits

Donald Trump’s Mount Rushmore speech sets a belligerent tone for the rest of the presidential campaign, writes Paul Demarty

Power of child-like logic

Without a centralised leadership BLM risks playing into Trump’s hands, argues Daniel Lazare

An ever timely demand

Jack Conrad critiques the opportunist left and calls for the abolition of the police and all standing armies

Establishment champion

Mark Kosman looks at Keir Starmer’s transition from ‘Marxist’ to ‘cop in an expensive suit’

CPGB and the miners

William Sarsfield continues his series on the founding of the CPGB 100 years ago

Contradictions of Zionism

Tony Greenstein reviews Daphna Levit's 'Wrestling with Zionism: Jewish voices of dissent'

Not just one idiot historian

Slavery involved the loss of life on a staggering scale, and it was bound up with the capitalist mode of production, writes Eddie Ford

Online Communist Forum

Sunday July 12, 5pm 'A week in politics'

Up and running?

Robbie Rix reports on the Weekly Worker fighting fund

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