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Weekly Worker issue 950 - February 21 2013

category international | anti-capitalism | other press author Thursday February 21, 2013 14:20author by John Cornford - CPGB Report this post to the editors

Weekly Worker issue 950 - February 21 2013

Left organisation: Not another sinister sect
The way the left organises is a nonsense, argues Nick Wrack. This is an edited version of his speech at the February 9 ‘Socialist Organisation and Democracy’ event in Manchester

The nature of this onslaught against ordinary working class people, in this country and beyond, is forcing families, individuals, groups of friends - whether it is in the pub, the kitchen or around the TV when the news is on - to consider what they can do about the avalanche of attacks that is eroding everything they had come to expect in their life.

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Letters
Two parties; Crude; Sticky labels; Dummy; Truth monopoly; Careless;

Iran: Towards barbarism
Corruption and war are taking their toll on the Iranian regime, Yassamine Mather reports

SWP crisis: Lynch mobs and lèse-majesté
The Socialist Workers Party leadership is fighting a dirty war. Unfortunately, writes Paul Demarty, nobody seems to have told the opposition

Socialist Party: Taaffe’s significant silence
The Socialist Party in England and Wales appears to have decided to effectively ignore the SWP crisis. But why? Ben Lewis investigates

Programme and Party: Broad bad, mass good
Opportunists require mushy politics and meaningless phrases when they set out to deceive. Jack Conrad argues in favour of a mass working class party and the kind of principles and politics outlined in the Communist manifesto, the Erfurt programme and the programme of the Parti Ouvrier

Comintern review: Not a school of strategy
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Tarantino and Spieberg reviews: Abolition and emancipation
Mike Belbin reviews: Steven Spielberg (director) Lincoln, Quentin Tarantino (director) Django unchained

Appeal from the editor
Peter Manson asks our readers for their support

Vatican elections: Keeping up with modern world
Whoever gets the top job in the Vatican, Eddie Ford strongly suspects that he will not be in any way progressive

Fighting fund: Deliberate?
Robbie Rix wonders if cpgb.org.uk is being attacked, and updates our readers on the fighting fund

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