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September 2007 issue of The Socialist (#28) now online

category national | miscellaneous | other press author Friday September 21, 2007 18:13author by SP Online - Socialist Partyauthor email info at socialistparty dot net Report this post to the editors

The September 2007 issue of The Socialist (#28) is now online at the Socialist Party website. See below for contents.
The Socialist #28 - September 2007
The Socialist #28 - September 2007


Ireland - South
Unions must act to stop €245 million health cutbacks
Breast Cancer - Another women's health scandal
Joe Higgins Column: D'Taoiseach's dodgy dealings
Eamonn Gilmore: New Leader, New Labour… New Left?
Education: Crisis over primary school places
Falling property market: 10 year housing boom is over
Estate management fees: North Dublin residents summonsed to court
Estate management fees: No democracy in Castlecurragh
Gambling: Keep the slots out of the bookies
Aer Lingus privatisation - A disaster for workers & travelling public
"Coke is it?" - Not if you live in Drogheda!
Shell to Sea - Rossport Solidarity Camp evicted

Ireland - North
Classroom Assistants, Postal workers - Strike against low pay!
Classroom Assistants vote 93% for strike action
Escalate Strike Action to win!
Water Charges must be scrapped - £600,000 wasted on "review"
Assembly implements neo-liberal policies
Assembly Executive applauds Privatisation
Giant's Causeway scandal hits Assembly
Feature: Belfast airport workers win historic court victory - But struggle for justice continues

Socialist Youth News
Socialist Youth Festival Success
South: Student accommodation crisis
North: Scrap fees - Free education for all
North: Scrap fees - Free education for all
North: Young workers must Fight Low Pay

International News
Iraq War: US 'surge' - Another failure
Australia: 1000's rally against Bush & APEC leaders
Made in China! Slave wages & dangerous toys
Scotland: Glasgow social care workers victory

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author by Non-CWIpublication date Sun Oct 07, 2007 14:01author address author phone Report this post to the editors

From the CWI's website right now:
The 21st century will be one of socialism.
New introduction to Brazilian edition of Marxism in Today's World

Peter Taaffe, General Secretary, Socialist Party, England and Wales

Could this be the same Peter Taaffe who so accurately predicted 'the red 90s.'? Who predicted that if the CWI left the Labour Party, thousands would flock to its ranks, enabling it to create 'a small, mass party' within five years? Great track record there, Peter!

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