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Sadie Robinson: Subprime crisis hits poorest Americans

2070

3

29.9.07

 

The recent Northern Rock crisis showed how problems in the financial markets can hit ordinary people. The chaos was caused by massive problems in the subprime mortgage industry in the US.
This threatens to wreck the lives of thousands of poor working class people across the US – and has brought to light the workings of a rogue industry of mortgage lenders.

 

Charlotte Bence + Anindya Bhattacharyya: Protests in Burma show force for change

2070

3

29.9.07

 

Burma’s military regime was being rocked by mass protests across its major towns and cities as Socialist Worker went to press.

 

Jonny Jones: Imperialism: Stalinism, the Cold War and ‘the end of history’

2070

6

29.9.07

 

In the last part of our series Jonny Jones looks at how imperialism operates today

 

Chris Harman: Pakistan on the edge of turmoil

2070

8

29.9.07

 

Pakistan is facing growing instability as a result of its role in the US-led “war on terror”. Chris Harman looks at the dilemmas facing its rulers and the background to current events.

 

John Riddell: The Comintern: How the Third International began

2070

9

29.9.07

 

John Riddell, the pre-eminent historian of the Communist Third International, continues his series, by looking at the origins of the International.

 

Malcolm Povey: Additives: food for thought

2070

12

29.9.07

 

The latest scare over food additives highlights the dangers of producing food in the free market.

 

Yuri Prasad: Bhagat Singh and the spark of revolt in India

2070

13

29.9.07

 

Indian revolutionary Bhagat Singh, born 100 years ago this week, was a young radical who fought British rule and rejected non-violence.

 

Adeola Johnson: Obituary: Joe Zawinul 1932-2007 (online only)

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29.9.07

 

Jazz musician Joe Zawinul recalled his experiences palying in Cannonball Adderley's band during the 1960s: “I often had to sit in the bottom of the car when driving through certain parts of the South… those things never fazed me, I wanted to play with the best and I could play on that level with the best”.

 

Sam Ashman: Living Silence: the struggle against military repression in Burma (online only)

2070

 

29.9.07

 

Article from Socialist Worker 1763, 25 August 2001
Christina Fink was an anthropology student who went to study on the Thailand-Burma border. There she became involved in the struggle of ordinary people against military rule in Burma. She has now published Living Silence: Burma Under Military Rule. Here she speaks to Sam Ashman.

 

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