How can revolutionaries build an organisation from tiny beginnings?
Colin Barker recalls a key event for Manchester IS, an engineering strike six miles away in Stockport.
Colin Barker recalls how IS grew in 1960s Manchester – making links with engineers and building workers, and campaigning against racist police violence.
Colin Barker describes how IS grew from tiny beginnings at Oxford University, and what drew people to the group.
Colin Barker reviews Satnam Virdee's book Racism, Class and the Racialized Outsider, which is an important contribution to the debates around race and class.
"Anti-politics" has become a phrase widely used to describe the state of politics today. Here, Colin Barker examines what 'politics' meant for Marx and what it means for revolutionaries today.
Colin Barker, Ewa Barker, and Anne Saxon report from Sunday’s rally and look at the damage that fracking can do.
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