It will be years for the full effects of the crash of September 2008 to be felt.
As suited City workers laden with cardboard boxes left their glass and steel monuments to the free market for the last time, Bloomberg, the cable...
The US government is frantically relieving banks of their "toxic assets". But even the huge amount of dollars used for the buyouts is unlikely to...
It was difficult to watch the power-sharing deal signing ceremony between Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and the...
One of the questions on certain people's lips as a result of the economic crisis is, "Where should I put my savings?"
One of the other questions on certain people's lips is, "Where should I put my children?"
As the worst economic crisis since the 1929 crash rips through the world's markets, Alex Callinicos analyses the factors driving ever greater political instabilities across the globe
The ruling classes of the US and Britain are reeling in the face of the economic meltdown of their system and the real character of capitalism is exposed, writes Chris Harman
Profound economic crisis and renewed militancy from the working class means the relevance of Marxist ideas for 21st century trade unionism, and the role socialists can play within the movement, is...
The victory of conservative Nicolas Sarkozy last year has led to disorientation for the mainstream left. But this can offer exciting possibilities for anti-capitalists, argues Denis Godard
I was rather surprised when someone said to me recently, "You almost have to admire Sarah Palin."
On occasion I get mail (some of it signed) telling me to stick to union issues and stay out of politics.
It might be said that Andy Warhol's most important art work was himself, or at least himself and the circle that he created around him - The Factory.
References to production come up all the time in Marxist writing.
In response to Andy Aitken (Feedback, Socialist Review, September 2008) dismissing dance as a middle class...
In the week I read Andy Aitken's letter (Feedback, Socialist Review, September 2008) I heard an emotional,...
For those of us who share Andy Aitken's prejudice against high art (Feedback, Socialist Review, September 2008...
I was disappointed with Alasdair Smith's review of Shane Meadows' film Somers Town (Culture, Socialist Review,...
Jon McClure, lead singer of Sheffield band, Reverend and The Makers, hosted the recent 4,500-strong Love Music Hate Racism Rotherham Carnival. He speaks to Lee Billingham about his music and...
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