The Socialist

The Socialist 16 October 2004

A Socialist World Is Possible

A Socialist World Is Possible

PCS Strike Ballot: Vote 'Yes' To Defend Jobs And Services


Iraq - Withdraw The Troops

'Solid' General Strike in Nigeria Shows Fury At Elite


Fight Back Against A Future Of Pension Poverty

A Socialist Guide To The ESF


The Socialist Party at the ESF:

Did The Anti-War Movement Fail?

CWI - Building Socialism Worldwide

How a socialist economy would work

Workers Must Fight Attacks On Living Standards

Italy - Mass Struggle And The Forces Of The Left

International Socialist Resistance: Get Organised And Fight For Socialism


The Lessons Of Chile 1970-73

International Workers' Solidarity

US Elections: Putting An Alternative

 
 

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The Socialist 16 October 2004, A Socialist World Is Possible

spotA Socialist World Is Possible

TWO WEEKS ago, two thousand people in a hall in Bournemouth - overwhelmingly wealthy, male and over sixty - dominated the entire media, as every aspect of the Tory Party conference was pored over...


spot PCS Strike Ballot: Vote 'Yes' To Defend Jobs And Services

Pensions

European Social Forum

spotThe Socialist Party at the ESF:

(also sponsored by International Socialist Resistance, the Committee for a Workers' International and Socialist Students)...


spotDid The Anti-War Movement Fail?

ON 15 FEBRUARY 2003, the planet was swept by a tidal wave of demonstrations. From Greenland in the north to the Auckland Islands in the south, around forty million took to the streets to try and halt the looming invasion of Iraq. Like 1968, 2003...


spotCWI - Building Socialism Worldwide

MANY PARTICIPANTS at this week's European Social Forum in London will be looking for an alternative to the capitalist system. The socialist ideas and programme of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) explains the causes of exploitation,...


spotHow a socialist economy would work

COMMENTING ON last November's ESF in Paris, the Guardian columnist George Monbiot acknowledged that the official anti-capitalist movement has "scarcely attempted to tackle the big issue: what should be done about capitalism...


spotWorkers Must Fight Attacks On Living Standards

'Social Europe' - just another form of capitalism: European workers, civil servants, pensioners and the unemployed have come under ferocious attack in the past year and a half from their governments and the private and public sector bosses...


spotItaly - Mass Struggle And The Forces Of The Left

ITALY IS the country in which the anti-globalisation and anti-war protests of the new century have brought the greatest numbers onto the streets - up to 3 million on 15 February, 2003...


spot International Socialist Resistance: Get Organised And Fight For Socialism

spotThe Lessons Of Chile 1970-73

Militant - The Socialist

IN THE second of our articles celebrating 40 years of the Militant newspaper (now the socialist), Roger Shrives looks at how we reported and commented on the tumultuous events of Salvador Allende's government in Chile from 1970 until the vicious coup by the reactionary general Pinochet in 1973...


spotInternational Workers' Solidarity

Germany: Socialist councillor sacked: ON 26 September Marc Treude was elected as councillor in Aachen for the left-wing electoral alliance "Together against social cuts". On 8 October he was sacked by his employers at Cinram for organising resistance against 350 lay-offs...


spotUS Elections: Putting An Alternative

SOCIALIST ALTERNATIVE (the Socialist Party's counterpart in the US) were recently invited to participate in a "Presidential debate watch" event at Kennedy High, Minneapolis...