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The battle for the Labour Movement

1 2015: a year of struggle January 2
1 Despite its flaws Labour remains the best choice for the working class March 11
3 Socialism is the only antidote to exploitation May 1
4 After the election, what priorities for the left? May 23
6 The Tories are fighting on a wide front – so must we June 20
8 Bail-out sell out July 14
10 The illusory recovery August 8
12 Big spending – the spark our economy needs August 10
14 Corbyn's victory stands to chart a new course for Britain September 14
16 An unabashed socialist is at the helm again October 3
18 Privatise the profits – the only game in Tory town November 27
20 2016: A year for decisive advance November 28
22 March, demonstrate, lobby & strike against Tory government policies January 2, 2016

 

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CR77 - Autumn 15

Communist Review 77: Autumn 2015ISSN 1474-9246. £2.50 (+p&p).

COVER STORY - 50 Years On: Tributes to Willie Gallacher by Wal Hannington, Abe Moffat and Hugh MacDiarmid; Re-launch of the British Peace Assembly; No submission to Capitalism - Constant Fight for Socialism & Communism by Stavros Tassos; "Revisionists are always Kantians by Hans Heinz Holz; Keir Hardie by T E Nicholas; Discussion: How to Define our Epoch? by Lars Ulrik Thomsen; Discussion: On Oppression and Freedom in the Old Testament by Jimmy Jancovich.

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Kill the Bill!

Kill the billISBN 978-1-908315-35-9

This pamphlet is a timely reminder of our belief and experience that action and solidarity do have the power to defeat anti-trade union legislation and defend our freedoms and democracy.

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CR76: Summer 2015

Communist Review: Issue 76, Summer 2015

ISSN 1474-9246. £2.50 (+p&p). Available for pre-order 01/07/2015, published on 15/07/15

COVER STORY - The 'New' Imperialism by Zoltan Zigedy; Latin America, Revolutionary Developments and Challenged by Albano Nunes; Oppression and Freedom in the Old Testament, Part 2 by Thomas Wagner; The Class Struggle versus the Caste System in India and Britain by Dyal Bagri. Plus Book Reviews: Losurdo on Stalin, review by Roland Boer; A Valuable Book on Economics, review by Lars Ulrik Thomsen; Enveloping the Core of Marx’s Work in a Degree of Mist, review by John Ellison; Plugging an Important Gap for Studies of Gramsci, review by Martin Levy

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