In this issue:
The Socialist 6 September 2002, Fight for socialism
Fight for socialism
Capitalism = Poverty + War + Environmental Destruction: THE WORLD Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, painted a picture of the misery that capitalism has created
Support The Firefighters
THE VERY lively protest in London by thousands of firefighters on 2 September revealed their determination to win their pay claim, writes Jim Horton.
War against Iraq: Unions Must Organise Opposition
THE TUC is meeting at a time when opposition to war against Iraq is growing. A Daily Mirror poll this week showed 71% of the population opposed to joining a war without United Nations approval. A survey
Mass Protest Gave Workers A Voice
ON SATURDAY 31 AUGUST anti-globalisation activists were joined by thousands of workers, the unemployed and landless, who marched from the poor township of Alexandra outside Johannesburg to the Earth Summit being held in the exclusive, rich suburb of Sandton
Brimming With Optimism For Socialism
Paula Mitchell reviews Socialism in the 21st century by Hannah Sell
A Year After 11 September: Will Bush launch a war on Iraq?
A THOUSAND people polled by The History Channel named the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon a year ago on 11 September as "the most memorable event in world history", writes Peter Taaffe, General Secretary, Socialist Party.
SOCIALISM 2002 is now only eight weeks away. It is a weekend of discussion and debate, hosted by the Socialist Party, about how best we can fight back against capitalism, writes Hannah Sell.
TUC conference: Critical Time For Trade Unionists
THIS YEAR'S TUC conference meets in Blackpool at a decisive juncture for Britain's trade union movement, writes Bill Mullins, Socialist Party industrial organiser.