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Weekly Worker issue 962 - May 16 2013

category international | anti-capitalism | other press author Sunday May 19, 2013 04:06author by John Cornford Report this post to the editors

In this week's issue:

SECTARIAN LEFT: SVENGALIS OF LEFT UNITY BLOCK UNITY
Peter Manson examines two contrasting views of the new attempt to revive Labourism

ZIONIST MYTHS: HEBREW VERSUS JEWISH IDENTITY
This is an expanded version of the talk given by Moshé Machover at the March 3 London conference, ‘Reclaiming an Alternative Jewish Culture and Identity’

The latest edition of the Weekly Worker is now available online at http://www.cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/962



LETTERS
Transition; Real pro; Last strawmen; Hate factories; Sex repression;

LEFT UNITY: ANTI-SECTARIAN SECTARIANISM
Left Unity began badly, with existing left groups barred from
attending, even as observers. Tina Becker reports on the May 11
national meeting

AWL: PULL THE OTHER ONE
In response to Left Unity, the Alliance for Workers’ Liberty has sent
a counter-proposal to most of the far-left organisations. Paul Demarty
replies

APPEAL FROM THE EDITOR
Weekly Worker editor Peter Manson has better news this week

CLIMATE CHANGE: ENTERING THE DANGER ZONE
Capitalism’s growth for growth’s sake is putting humanity at grave
risk, argues Eddie Ford

WISHFUL THINKING?
Robbie Rix is hoping that comrades can help us meet our target

GIULIO ANDREOTTI: CORRUPTION, MURDER AND THE THIRST FOR POWER
Toby Abse reviews the life of the Italian prime minister with close
Mafia connections: Giulio Andreotti, January 14 1919 - May 6 2013

IRAN: BOYCOTT THE VETTED ELECTION, NOT THE MASS PROTESTS
The Islamic republic is bitterly divided at the top and subject to
crippling international sanctions. Yassamine Mather analyses the
political situation in the run-up to the June 14 presidential poll

ALEX FERGUSON: ICON OF FOOTBALL’S BIG MONEY
The departure of Alex Ferguson from football management has generated
more column inches than a royal wedding. Harley Filben asks why

Weekly Worker 962 is also available in PDF format at http://www.cpgb.org.uk/assets/files/wwpdf/ww962.pdf

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