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Frontpage: Capitalism breeds wars and recession

2119

 

20.9.08

 

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Banks go bust, Markets in chaos: Capitalism breeds wars and recession

2119

1

20.9.08

 

The collapse of Lehman Brothers, the fourth biggest investment bank in the US, has left the world reeling.
Millions of people are worrying for their jobs, homes, savings and pensions.

 

Chris Bambery: Labour sinks into mess of its own making

2119

2

20.9.08

 

Labour goes into its annual conference this week mired in a civil war over whether Gordon Brown will remain as leader. So called “loyalists” have joined key supporters of former prime minister, Tony Blair, in demanding Brown face a leadership election.

 

Scotland: New Labour leader will not mean a change of fortunes

2119

2

20.9.08

 

The election of Iain Gray as the new leader of Scottish Labour was greeted by one MSP with the claim that this was a “Tony Blair moment”. By that he meant Gray could lead the party to two electoral triumphs. This rings hollow.

 

MPs demand leadership ballot as crisis grows

2119

2

20.9.08

 

Panic is spreading in New Labour as it becomes clear that the party faces not just the prospect of defeat at the next general election but an electoral wipe out.

 

Protest against Nazis organised for Stoke

2119

2

20.9.08

 

The Nazi British National Party (BNP) has called a national demonstration in Stoke-on-Trent for this Saturday. Party leader Nick Griffin is the keynote speaker.

 

Alex Callinicos: Build the resistance to the bosses’ crisis

2119

3

20.9.08

 

“There will be no ‘glad confident morning’ for free market principles for a long time to come.” So sadly conceded Samuel Brittan, one of the architects of neoliberal ideology back in the 1970s and 1980s, writing in the Financial Times on Friday of last week.

 

Chris Bambery: Economy: Another Wall Street crash?

2119

3

20.9.08

 

The bankruptcy of the fourth largest investment bank in the US, Lehman Brothers, has triggered fears of a wider banking collapse.

 

Stefan Bornost: SPD’s move right benefits the German left

2119

4

20.9.08

 

The new left party Die Linke is benefiting from a right wing coup in the German Labour Party, writes Stefan Bornost

 

Lindsey German: The warmongers’ failure on every front

2119

4

20.9.08

 

Conflict is intensifying under the ‘war on terror’, but this has created a crisis for our rulers and opposition must be stepped up.

 

Simon Assaf: Somalia: Rebels drive back Ethiopia’s army of occupiers

2119

4

20.9.08

 

Ethiopia’s US-backed occupation of Somalia is fast unravelling, threatening US control over the Horn of Africa. In late August, Somali rebels seized the southern port city of Kismayo.

 

Jonathan Neale: Afghan war: Instability grows as the US bombs Pakistan

2119

5

20.9.08

 

The resistance to the occupation of Afghanistan is growing, spreading and winning. In response, a frightened US military is edging closer to war with Pakistan.

 

Sundara Jerome: War has radicalised millions of young people

2119

5

20.9.08

 

The start of the war was a catalyst for thinking about the world and activism for me.

 

Tony Benn: ‘Intensify the campaign’

2119

5

20.9.08

 

“The news that the US is now bombing Pakistan emphasises yet again the appalling dangers that have followed from the so-called ‘war on terror’.

 

Owen Hatherley: Brown´s Britain: Class politics are alive and kicking in Britain

2119

6

20.9.08

 

Harriet Harman’s fairly unremarkable comments on class to the TUC last week – essentially saying that the class system exists – have elicited a flurry of protest from the old right.

 

Ernesto Gonzalez: Right wing violence is shaking Bolivia

2119

6

20.9.08

 

The wealthy have unleashed brutal attacks and racist rhetoric to destabilise the radical reforms of Evo Morales.

 

Javier Carles: One-day general strike brought Uruguay to a standstill (expanded online version)

2119

6

20.9.08

 

A one-day general strike brought Uruguay to a halt on 20 August. It was strong across industry, transport, education, the health service and even in the shops.

 

Jess Hurd: The real faces of America

2119

8

20.9.08

 

Photojournalist Jess Hurd travelled across the Southern states of the US in June to talk to people about Barack Obama, racism, the economy and their everyday struggles to survive.

 

Kathleen Sherry: Richard Hamilton’s Protest Pictures: Art that keeps the shame of repression in our minds

2119

11

20.9.08

 

Richard Hamilton’s Protest Pictures exhibition at Inverleith House in Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens contains a body of work spanning over four decades.

 

Esme Choonara: 365 brings the struggles of young people leaving care to life

2119

11

20.9.08

 

Who would have imagined that a play about the struggles of teenagers leaving care would make such a powerful, thought-provoking and visually stunning work?

 

Editorial: What lies behind the economic crisis?

2119

12

20.9.08

 

There have been some truly astonishing reactions to the economic chaos that hit world markets this week.
US leaders have rushed to assure the world that the overall US economy is fine. Jeff Randall of the Daily Telegraph is one of many arguing that the collapse of Lehman brothers, the fourth biggest investment bank in the US, demonstrates that capitalism is working.

 

Michael Rosen: Carol Ann Duffy: poetic injustice

2119

12

20.9.08

 

The banning of a poem by Carol Ann Duffy reflects the decay at the heart of Britain’s education system.

 

Ian Birchall: What is workers’ control?

2119

13

20.9.08

 

Following the recent state take-over of financial giants, Ian Birchall reveals the limits of nationalisation, and why socialists stand for a different vision – that of workers’ control.

 

Simon Basketter: Step up the fight to win decent pay

2119

16

20.9.08

 

The pay revolt against Gordon Brown’s government can win. There is a real potential for combined strikes and united action that could transform the political landscape of Britain.

 

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