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Sylvia Pankhurst and the east end suffragettes

Sylvia Pankhurst developed a very different view from her mother and older sister of how the vote for women could be achieved. Although she did not speak out against it,…

SWP: what kind of programme?

Jeremy Dewar on the dilemma facing the Socialist Workers Party The massive vote for Labour was a vote for real change. Revolutionaries know that Blair’s government is committed to less…

Independent Panther UK: Black separatism is not the answer

“Free at last, free at last!” proclaims the front page of Panther under the headline “A declaration of independence”. The freedom and independence being celebrated are from Panther’s connections with…

The politics of the SWP: a Trotskyist Critique

The politics of the SWP: a Trotskyist Critique

This pamphlet shows that far from standing in the tradition of Lenin & Trotsky, the key of the SWP’s politics represent a fundamental break with Trotskyism: on party building, on…

‘Tyrants, believe and tremble’ – the Chartist movement in Britain

The example of Chartism proves there is a revolutionary tradition in the British working class writes Stuart King ‘The era of Chartism is immortal in that over the course of…

The legacy of James Connolly

First published by the Irish Workers Group in 1990. This book presents a Marxist analysis of James Connolly, free from the distortions of Stalinism, nationalism and hagiography. It reveals the…

Building the Minority Movement in the 1920s

A theoretical supplement published by Workers Power newspaper in the 1980s that explains the role of the National Minority Movement built by Communists in the 1920s and its lessons for…