Egypt and Tunisia, what is to be done?
From the archive: Tony Cliff on the Middle East at the crossroads (1945), John Rees on the democratic revolution and the socialist revolution (1989).
Dorothy Thompson, z”l:
Michael Weiss: on Julian Assange as Bakunin with a MacBook.
Owen Jones, in the spirit of Keir Hardie: the left needs to watch its language.
Andrew Coates, in the spirit of Robert Tressel and Oscar Wilde: Big Society goes bang.
Ron Radosh: commie Camp Kinderland still exists.
Jim Denham: on Norman Geras’ Marxism.
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