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Weekly Worker issue 942 - December 13 2012

category international | anti-capitalism | other press author Saturday December 15, 2012 01:58author by John Cornford Report this post to the editors

In this week's issue:

SWP CONFERENCE: CRAZY CONTORTIONS OF SWP CENTRAL COMMITTEE
Following criticisms of the SWP’s culture and practice in the first two Internal Bulletins, the leadership has mobilised to rubbish opponents.
Peter Manson reports

ISRAEL-GAZA: WHY DID ISRAEL DO IT?
The success or failure of the onslaught on Gaza can only be judged against the operation’s aims, writes Israeli socialist Moshé Machover. This is an edited version of a talk given to the December 8 CPGB aggregate

The latest edition of the Weekly Worker is now available online at: www.cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/942
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LETTERS
Holy grail; Too much; Old hat antis; SWP fork; Logic-chopping;
Conspire!; Equality;

JAMES MAY: REBEL WITH THE MEGAPHONE VOICE
James May: November 5 1969 - December 3 2012.

CPGB AGGREGATE: POLITICAL WEAPON
Michael Copestake gives a brief update from the recent CPGB aggregate

DONNY GLUCKSTEIN REVIEW: THE PEOPLE AGAINST FASCISM?
David Broder reviews: Donny Gluckstein, 'A people’s history of the
Second World War: resistance versus empire', Pluto Press, 2012, pp288,
£17.50

NEW RUSSIAN ART: ACCUSING MISERY, CELEBRATING RESILIENCE
Mike Belbin reviews the art exhibition 'Gaiety is the most outstanding
feature of the Soviet Union: new art from Russia' at Saatchi Gallery,
Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London SW3 ; admission free, ends May
5 2013

SOCIALIST ALTERNATIVE AUSTRALIA: STRANGE SORT OF UNITY
Last month the Weekly Worker published a statement from the Australian
group, Socialist Alternative, calling for a “new kind of left unity”
(‘Solidarity in a revolutionary party’, November 8).

STARBUCKS TAX: A SYSTEM BUILT FOR PLAYING
The Starbucks tax fiasco tells us much more about Britain than greedy
corporations, reckons Paul Demarty

CONCERNED
Robbie Rix is concerned that in this festive period, comrades may
forget how much we need their support

Weekly Worker 942 is also available in PDF format via
www.cpgb.org.uk/assets/files/wwpdf/ww942.pdf

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