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May 2006 was the eightieth anniversary of the 1926 General Strike in Britain - the most important and earth-shattering moment in the history of the British working class.

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This book is for socialists who are aware of the policies of the SWP, including SWP members who can still be won to a genuine Marxism. The wrong methods of the SWP hinder the task of rebuilding the labour movement on socialist and Marxist lines.

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An understanding of the French Revolution remains crucial for all revolutionaries. Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky studied it intensely to gain an understanding of the dynamics of revolutions.

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Celebrating the activity and contribution of the CWI to the workers’ movement internationally over the last 30 years.

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An interview with Peter Taaffe on questions of war, world capitalism and other issues. 2nd edition.

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What consequences will the economic crisis and its aftermath have for women?

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'The Death Agony of Capitalism and the Tasks of the Fourth International' - the Transitional Programme - by Leon Trotsky is undoubtedly one of the most important works ever written by him.

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In Defence of October, a speech by Leon Trotsky in 1932

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Articles by Leon Trotsky and Peter Taaffe outlining the dead-end of individual terrorism

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Articles by Leon Trotsky, Peter Taaffe, Ted Grant

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Semi-autobiography of Communist in revolutionary Germany from 1918, under the Gestapo in 1933, and as a revolutionary organiser across the globe. Re-publication of haunting million-seller.

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Articles on the crisis in the USSR in the 1980s

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In 1936 200 unemployed men from Jarrow marched 300 miles against joblessness, poverty and starvation. The road they took led them not only to London but into the 
history books. In October 2011, the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign (YFJ) took this road once again. The modern day ‘Jarrow March’ was no historical re-enactment. 2011’s
marchers did not make the long Journey to the steps of Downing St out of a mere reverence for those forced to take the same route all those years ago. This was a march 
against the modern day blight: mass youth unemployment. <p>In 1936 200 unemployed men from Jarrow marched 300 miles against joblessness, poverty and starvation. In October 2011, the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign (YFJ) took this road once again. This was a march against the modern day blight: mass youth unemployment.

In 1936 200 unemployed men from Jarrow marched 300 miles against joblessness, poverty and starvation. In October 2011, the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign (YFJ) took this road once again. This was a march against the modern day blight: mass youth unemployment.

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CWI 7th Congress Report

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This book is intended to reveal the main contending forces that drove historical events in Sri Lanka - with the aim of developing a strategy and tactics for the struggle to come.

 

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A reprint of the main articles from the original 1988 pamphlet

 

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Land of Whose Fathers? takes the reader from the very start of the industrial revolution in Wales right up to the turn of the 21st century

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A compilation of articles by campaigners fighting to stop the destruction of the NHS

 

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DSM and the Struggle for a Working Peoples' Political Alternative is a compilation of the written ideas and perspectives of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) in Nigeria

 

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This pamphlet seeks to reveal the horror of this dangerous cankerworm called casualisation and proffer a way out for workers.

 

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The Spanish revolution remains rich in lessons - on the importance of leadership; and the catastrophic role of the Popular Front bloc between workers' and 'liberal' capitalist parties - that are of crucial relevance for the struggle of the working class to acheive socialism today.

 

 

 

 

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Trotsky's classic speech refuting the accusations of the Moscow trials.

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In 2007, four trade unionists from different UNISON branches were publicly and unjustly accused of racism. This book tells the story of the campaign that cleared them of all charges.

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This small pamphlet vividly relates the drama of a five-day, unofficial strike in the Italian city of Genoa in November 2013

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The Russian Revolutionary Leon Trotsky's writings on World War I, contain invaluable lessons for socialists and are also essential reading for those studying the history of the period.

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Newly republished with a new introduction & appendices, Cuba: Socialism & Democracy, is a contribution to the debate around the lessons of the Cuban revolution and current direction of travel of Cuba today.

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First publication in English of Poems by Aron Atabek, a political prisoner in Kazakhstan.

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The foundation of the Independent Labour Party in Bradford was a major turning point in the struggle for independent workers political representation.

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November 2016 issue

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For a few days at the end of October 1956, power was in the hands of the working class in Hungary.

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