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Frontpage: We can resist jobs massacre

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15.11.08

 

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Yuri Prasad: We can resist jobs massacre

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15.11.08

 

Nationalise firms to stop redundancies | Unions must fight for the right to work
Workers in Britain are threatened by a mass cull of jobs on a scale not seen since the grim days of Margaret Thatcher’s 1980s Tory government.

 

Chris Bambery: How the recession is hitting workers across the globe

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15.11.08

 

Across the globe the scale of the economic crisis is becoming clearer every day as more job losses, factory closures and cutbacks are announced.

 

Matthew Cookson: People Before Profit Charter supporters build resistance to the crisis

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15.11.08

 

Supporters of the People Before Profit Charter, which puts forward ten demands to improve the lives of working people in the face of economic turmoil, are mobilising for a number of important events.

 

Siân Ruddick: Growing fears of job losses haunt Welsh Valleys

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15.11.08

 

Rising job losses are again stalking one of the areas hardest hit in the recessions of the 1930s and 1980s.

 

Alex Callinicos: Challenges facing Gordon Brown’s bounce

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15.11.08

 

The surest thing to emerge from Labour’s surprise victory last week in the Glenrothes by-election is that Alex Salmond doesn’t walk on water any more. The leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and first minister of Scotland has dominated politics north of the border for the past few years.

 

Can world leaders find a way out of this crisis?

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15.11.08

 

George Bush has invited world leaders to Washington on Friday of this week for a summit to discuss their response to the global economic crisis.
Socialist Worker takes a critical look at some of the proposed solutions that will be debated in Washington – and argues that none of them will offer a way out of this crisis.

 

Education protests grow across Italy

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15.11.08

 

A growing wave of protests and occupations continues to sweep Italy in opposition to the government’s programme of savage education cuts.

 

International protests

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15.11.08

 

Ireland, Greece

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: History of economics: The ruling class are running out of answers

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15.11.08

 

In the last part of our series Anindya Bhattacharyya argues that neither Keynes nor the neoliberals can solve the crisis

 

US bombs another Afghan wedding party

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15.11.08

 

A Nato airstrike killed scores of civilians at a wedding party near Kandahar in southern Afghanistan last week. Outrageously the US military is accusing the resistance of deliberately provoking the airstrike.

 

Chris Nineham: Unite against Nato expansion and war

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15.11.08

 

With conflict spreading across the globe, April’s protest in Strasbourg will be a key focus for the anti-war movement.

 

Start mobilising now to join the European anti-Nato demonstration

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15.11.08

 

The Strasbourg protest will begin with a counter-summit bringing together anti-war activists, writers and politicians from around the world. It will start on Thursday 2 April.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: US elections: The movement behind Barack Obama

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15.11.08

 

The US presidential election showed a real desire for fundamental change. Anindya Bhattacharyya asks what the votes tell us about battles to come.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: US elections: Key issues facing Obama as he becomes president

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15.11.08

 

The widespread exhilaration at Barack Obama’s victory will be tempered by fear that his administration will not make the radical changes that so many are demanding.

 

Simon Assaf: US elections: Early policy plans show conflicting pressures on Obama

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15.11.08

 

Some of the names being touted for Barack Obama’s cabinet show the twin pressures faced by the new president. Many people will find little comfort in his selections.

 

Virginia Rodino: US elections: US voices for change

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15.11.08

 

Activists and trade unionists in the US spoke to Virginia Rodino about the impact of Barack Obama’s victory

 

US elections: The reaction to Obama's election in Britain

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15.11.08

 

Weyman Bennett, Joint national general secretary of Unite Against Fascism spoke to Socialist Worker in a personal capacity

 

US elections: Voices from Britain on Obama

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15.11.08

 

What does the election of Barack Obama mean to young black people in Britain? Socialist Worker spoke to young people in east London to find out.

 

Yuri Prasad: US elections: Is this the end of racism in the US?

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15.11.08

 

Does the election of a black president mean that the US is now a society that has moved beyond bigotry? Certainly the election delivered racism a tremendous blow.

 

Letters

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15.11.08

 

Engaging with Obama | Don’t fall for ruse | Join together to save homes and services | Sense on the NHS | Extradition of justice | Migrants and the unions | Signs of hope in Blackburn | Let’s kick the City harder | ‘Flexible’ and exhausted

 

Neil Faulkner: The 'glorious war'?

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15.11.08

 

This month marks 90 years since the end of the First World War. Neil Faulkner looks at what the official remembrance ceremonies show about the ideology of our rulers

 

Chris Bambery: Why did unions stall the pay fight?

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15.11.08

 

Chris Bambery takes issue with those who say that recession means workers cannot fight back

 

Esme Choonara: Bus workers pulling out the stops in fight for £30,000

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15.11.08

 

London bus workers in the Unite union were set to take their campaign to City Hall on Wednesday of this week. The protest will tell London mayor Boris Johnson that bus workers want action to stop the low pay and the vastly differing rates across London buses.

 

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