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Weekly Worker issue 947 - January 31 2013

category international | anti-capitalism | other press author Thursday January 31, 2013 12:57author by John Cornford - CPGB Report this post to the editors

Weekly Worker issue 947 - January 31 2013

SWP crisis: Professor Callinicos and the dark side
Finally a member of the SWP central committee attempts to defend its conduct. Paul Demarty wishes he hadn’t bothered

By the time you read this, it will be the 11th hour - the eve of the bureaucratically imposed deadline for conference recall motions in the Socialist Workers Party, a diktat which has no basis even in the SWP’s abortion of a constitution.

Letters
Unite scandal; No to cuts; Priorities; Not worthwhile?; Nothing learnt; Camouflaged; Deformities; Productivity; Regression;

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SWP:Apparatus gears up for war
This weekend’s national committee meeting looks set to trigger a showdown, writes Peter Manson

CPGB aggregate: Seeking a positive outcome
Michael Copestake reports on the January 26 meeting of CPGB members, where the SWP crisis dominated the agenda

Coal and energy: Walking away from CO2 commitment
David Douglass finds government policy absurd, but not surprising

Europe: Tory civil war deferred
Cameron may have thrown a slab of red meat to the Eurosceptic right, but his problems are only just beginning, argues Eddie Ford

Argo review: How to distract the masses
Jim Moody reviews: Ben Affleck (director) 'Argo', 2012, general release

Kick Inside: Confined within the framework of Stalinism
Paul Flewers reviews: Lawrence Parker The kick inside: revolutionary opposition in the CPGB, 1945-1991, November Publications, 2012, pp118, £6

Israel: Implosion and polarisation
Moshé Machover gives his impression of the Israeli elections

Fighting Fund: Correct me
Robbie Rix checks his sums and thanks our supporters

Weekly Worker 947 is also available in PDF format. http://www.cpgb.org.uk/assets/files/wwpdf/ww947.pdfy

Related Link: http://www.cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/947
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