[Marxism] Weekly Worker 788 (08/10/2009)

Bhaskar Sunkara bhaskar.sunkara at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 22:15:10 MDT 2009


Weekly Worker 788 - Thursday October 8 2009

The latest edition of the Weekly Worker is now available on the CPGB
website at www.cpgb.org.uk/worker/788

In this week's issue:

VICTORY TO THE POSTAL WORKERS!
An overwhelming vote for action is expected. Jim Moody gives the background

LETTERS
Military angle; Bottom up; Class act; Smash ’em; Sex and power; Rix
fix; Disaster

LISBON TREATY GETS THROUGH
Ireland’s vote highlights the need for a clear, positive working class
agenda, writes Anne Mc Shane

NEW VISION FOR EUROPE WANTED
James Turley argues that the bourgeoisie is incapable of uniting
Europe on any secure basis

WORK LONGER FOR LESS
The Tory conference gave us a flavour of what a Cameron government
will bring, writes Eddie Ford

ROUGH RIDE FOR SERWOTKA?
Dave Vincent thinks Serwotka’s campaign is utterly economistic

DEMOCRACY OR OLIGARCHY?
Paul Cockshott critiques Mike Macnair’s Revolutionary strategy and
argues for a rethink on the question of a democratic republic

SEARING INDICTMENT OF US CAPITALISM SPOILT BY NOSTALGIA FOR ROOSEVELT’S NEW
DEAL
Jim Creegan reviews Michael Moore’s (director) Capitalism: a love
story 2009 (no UK release date yet)

ENDING OF CPB TRUCE
Dave Lynch expects full ‘vote Labour’ mode

THINK AGAIN
Robbie Rix wants to see some plastic

A PDF version of the paper can be downloaded at
www.cpgb.org.uk/worker/788/788web.pdf



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