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Frontpage: In every continent... Rage against the system

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4.12.99

 

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In every continent... Rage against the system

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RIGHT ACROSS the world people protested against capitalism this week. Their target was the World Trade Organisation. Tens of thousands marching in Seattle were attacked by police. Across France tens of thousands joined marches like the one shown here in Paris. In London and other cities across Britain people staged protests. Similar protests took place from Brazil to Bangladesh, from Argentina to Australia.

 

Prescott car u-turn

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4.12.99

 

JOHN PRESCOTT has junked any idea of cutting the number of cars on Britain's roads. In a complete U-turn, Prescott announced the speeding up of the government's programme of road building schemes.

 

Charlie Kimber: Mass protest against WTO: Our enemy is capitalism

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THE US city of Seattle was deeply divided on Tuesday. Police with armed personnel carriers waded into peaceful protesters. It was the first use of teargas and rubber bullets in Seattle since the Vietnam War. Even Glenys Kinnock was shocked at the police violence. She talked of the "extraordinary over-reaction of the police".

 

What we think: Unite strands of resistance

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4.12.99

 

THE PROTESTS against the World Trade Organisation this week were a brilliant show of opposition to the multinationals and to the naked rule of profit. The protests showed the anger against the system that squeezes the very life out of people in developing countries so that bankers, bosses and their hangers-on can grow ever richer.

 

Turkey: A mockery of justice

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4.12.99

 

AN APPEAL court in Turkey upheld the death sentence on Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan last week. The five judges said Ocalan's original trial had been "conducted in accordance with legal procedures".

 

New Zealand: 'The election shows thirst for change'

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NEW ZEALAND'S Tories were booted out of office at the weekend as voters rejected 15 years of free market madness.

 

Germany: Workers' pressure pays off

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TONY BLAIR'S key ally in Europe had to turn away from New Labour's policy of letting the free market rip through the economy last week. Pressure from workers and trade unions forced German leader Gerhard Schröder to stump up £80 million of government money to save 28,000 jobs.

 

Alex Callinicos: WTO: Splits in elite club

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4.12.99

 

THE WORLD Trade Organisation (WTO) met this week, not only besieged by demonstrators outside, but fissured by internal disputes. These divisions were so deep that negotiators could not even agree on an agenda for the meeting.

 

Northern Ireland's new Executive: It is time for class politics

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4.12.99

 

THE NEW Assembly in Northern Ireland has been welcomed by nearly everyone except a tiny minority of hardline Unionists gathered around Ian Paisley. Millions of people are hoping the new Assembly will mean the dawn of a new era of peace in Northern Ireland.

 

Hazel Croft: Probing questions from East London Labour: Blair's march is out of step

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4.12.99

 

TONY BLAIR got a taste of the discontent and debate inside the Labour Party when he spoke in east London last week. Blair and deputy prime minister John Prescott conducted a question and answer session at Queen Mary & Westfield College.

 

Gareth Jenkins: We could all do with some more Charles Dickens

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4.12.99

 

Most people know about Charles Dickens even if few have ploughed through his novels. They have heard of Oliver Twist, the little orphan boy who asked for more food, or Ebenezer Scrooge, the skinflint employer who dismissed time off for Christmas as humbug.

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: Is Marxism out of date?: Beating their divide and rule

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4.12.99

 

WORKERS "have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Workers of all countries, unite!" So rings out the magnificent internationalist declaration at the end of The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels 150 years ago. It is a message more relevant than ever today.

 

Martin Smith: As Blair attacks Ken Livingstone's record: Why did Labour lose in 1980s?

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4.12.99

 

"WHEN KEN Livingstone was in charge of the Labour Party in London we were a byword for extremism. We were unelectable as a political party. I never want to go back to those days again." This is Tony Blair's central argument why people should not back Ken Livingstone as Labour's candidate for mayor of London. It is a complete reversal of the truth.

 

Hazel Croft: Protest at the Miss World 'meat market'

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4.12.99

 

This Saturday we will be subject to the degrading spectacle of the Miss World contest on television. Women will be paraded, ogled at and inspected like so many pieces of meat.

 

Letters

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4.12.99

 

RUC Not heros | Call centres | Stand candidates | Woman's right to choose | Afghan sanctions from US | Employers' eyes on Wandsworth | Wrong on Russia | Industry and climate change | Give more facts

 

Michael Rosen: Schooling for young consumers

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4.12.99

 

"PSST! WANNA buy a school? I can do you a nice four storey job, chock-a-block full of clients, everyone a potential customer. Interested?"

 

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