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Reviving the rank and file

Why aren't we following the example set by the junior doctors? Rachel Eborall looks at the arguments we need to make to revive the rank and file movement and put militant action back on the agenda The fact...

The rise of Red Pill philosophy and neo‑misogyny 

Ciaran Colleran analyses the emergence of right wing 'men's rights' groups 'Men's Right's Activism' and Red Pill Philosophy first revealed itself to the public in 2014 when Elliot Rodgers, who was associated with the movement,...

Reclaiming the future

Sølvi Qorda argues the "millennial" generation needs to shoot up a flare and embrace the idea of human liberation if we are not to abandon the future to fear. My most enduring memory of the...

Dismantling the NHS is turbo-charged neoliberalism: Review of How to Dismantle the NHS in...

NHS activist Gill George reviews Youssef El-Gingihy's book How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps The NHS is a milestone in history – the most civilised step any country has ever taken The quote above is...

Debating the work of sex work

Melissa Gira Grant responds to questions from Estelle Cooch about her work and her understanding of sex work today. Sex work has become the subject of heated debate within feminism. That debate is highly polarised...

Future shock for the left: Review of Paul Mason’s PostCapitalism

Rich Belbin reviews Paul Masons recent book, PostCapitalism: A Guide to our Future Paul Mason has become a familiar figure on our TV screens, from his reports on the collapse of Lehman Brothers through to...

Five books you should read on China

Charlie Hore offers some suggestions to help understand what is happening in the world's largest country China has hardly been out of the headlines in the last few months. In August, the second stock market...

Alfred Rosmer: A lifelong revolutionary

In the first of a series exploring the lives of some of history's understated revolutionaries, Ian Birchall introduces French syndicalist and communist Alfred Rosmer The name Alfred Rosmer is little known today. Yet his life...

Review: Getting By

Tom Haines-Doran reveiws Getting By: Estates, Class and Culture in Austerity Britain by Lisa McKenzie, published by Policy Press (2015) "Do the lower classes smell? Of course, as a whole, they are dirtier than the upper classes" This...