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    Weekly Worker issue 946 - January 24 2013 The latest edition of the Weekly Worker is now available online at http://cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/946
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      Weekly Worker issue 946 - January 24 2013

      The latest edition of the Weekly Worker is now available online at
      http://cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/946

      ANTHROPOLOGY: RECLAIMING THE DRAGON
      What was primitive communism? Socialist Workers Party member Lionel
      Sims explores the meaning of the Eden myth and its significance for
      women’s oppression

      LETTERS
      Fight now; Residual; Dogma dies hard; Feminist space; Detritus; Real
      men; Genuine vanguard; Ticket to hide;

      ISRAEL: OLD WINE IN NEW ZIONIST BOTTLES
      Tony Greenstein comments on the 2013 Israeli general election

      ITALY: MORE OF THE SAME
      There will be another round of cuts and austerity, whoever wins the
      general election, writes Toby Abse

      PCS UNION: WHERE IS THE STRATEGY?
      The PCS leadership seems to be up for a fight over pay, says Dave
      Vincent. But can it persuade the members that they can win alone?

      SWP OPPOSITION: SEYMOUR IN GREECE
      He may have been propelled to the vanguard of the SWP opposition - but
      it is not immediately clear what Richard Seymour’s politics actually
      are. Paul Demarty looks for clues

      ACI HARDY & COOPER: BEYOND ‘ANTI-CAPITALISM’
      Harley Filben reviews: Luke Cooper and Simon Hardy, 'Beyond
      capitalism? The future of radical politics'. Zero Books, 2013, pp174,
      £11.99

      NATURE AND PROGRAMME: WEALTH OF NATURE AND COUNTERFEIT MARXISM
      Why does SWP Online insist on carrying anti-Marxist nonsense? Jack
      Conrad shows why root-and-branch change is long overdue

      SWP: NO RETURN TO NORMAL
      The fight for democracy and accountability in the SWP is gaining
      ground, reports Ben Lewis

      SUPPLEMENT: THE ANTINOMIES OF GEORG LUKÁCS
      Though his key texts languished in obscurity for half a century, Georg
      Lukács re-emerged in the late 20th century with a reputation as one of
      the great Marxist thinkers. Leading members of the Socialist Workers
      Party eagerly declared themselves amongst his disciples. However,
      James Turley argues that his work constitutes an obstacle to
      revolutionary politics

      NOT SO FESTIVE
      Robbie Rix laments our festive financial hangover, but remains upbeat

      Weekly Worker 946 is also available in PDF format at
      http://cpgb.org.uk/assets/files/wwpdf/ww946.pdf
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