The Socialist

The Socialist 22 September 2005

Unite against war, terror and racism

Unite against war, terror and racism

Fighting Bush's war machine

Terror laws threaten democratic rights

Socialists fight for workers' unity

US imperialism - a weakened giant

The case for socialism

Hands off our pensions

TUC - fine speeches but workers need action

Morrisons: No job losses, no store closures!

Rolls Royce action called off

Massive gains for new Left Party in German elections

Lebanon's civil war, 1975-1990: The tragedy of sectarian division

 
 

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The Socialist 22 September 2005, Unite against war, terror and racism

spotUnite against war, terror and racism

ANOTHER DAY, another death toll. Unemployed men are blown up while queuing in the hope of picking up a day's construction work, then shoppers...


spotFighting Bush's war machine

AS SUPPORT for Bush's imperialist adventure in Iraq continues to fall, Socialist Alternative (the Socialist Party's US counterpart) is raising the call to rebuild a mass, combative anti-war movement...


spotTerror laws threaten democratic rights

WITH OVER 200 'anti-terrorism' legal measures already in existence, Tony Blair was coming under widespread criticism from civil rights campaigners and others for planning more...


spotSocialists fight for workers' unity

West Yorkshire: SINCE THE London bombings on 7 and 21 July, Socialist Party branches have been fighting for class unity, against the war and terrorism and against racism, sometimes in situations where a racist backlash could have developed...


spotUS imperialism - a weakened giant

THE TWIN disasters of Iraq and Hurricane Katrina are huge body blows to the image, cultivated by the Bush neo-conservative gang from the very first day they occupied the White House, that the US is an unstoppable, impregnabl...


spotThe case for socialism

Socialism 2005
Socialism 2005: The capitalist world is increasingly wracked with poverty, economic crisis, war and terrorism...


spotHands off our pensions

JANICE GODRICH, president of the civil service union PCS, recently spoke to the socialist about the major issues facing her union...


spotTUC - fine speeches but workers need action

TUC CONGRESS was dominated by the trade union leaders' desire not to be seen to disagree in public...


spotMorrisons: No job losses, no store closures!

"MORRISONS BOUGHT Safeway in January 2003 for 2.9 billion, gambling that this would lead to higher profits...


spotRolls Royce action called off

THE NINETY six striking test bed engineers at Rolls Royce in Bristol have now returned to work...


spotMassive gains for new Left Party in German elections

A MASSIVE defeat for the Right and a big victory for the Left, that is the result of the general election...


spotLebanon's civil war, 1975-1990: The tragedy of sectarian division

THIS YEAR marks the 30th anniversary of Lebanon's descent into 15 years of horrific civil war...