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Alex Callinicos: How Northern Rock ended up in a hard place

2069

4

22.9.07

 

Bank runs were supposed to be a thing of the past, relics of the Victorian era or the Great Depression of the 1930s. But last weekend customers queued to withdraw a reported £2 billion from Northern Rock.

 

Credit crunch could burst the debt bubble

2069

4

22.9.07

 

Socialist Worker answers questions about the current turmoil in the financial markets and its impact on banks such as Northern Rock.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Rich try to sabotage Bolivia’s government

2069

5

22.9.07

 

Thousands of poor farmers and indigenous activists marched through the Bolivian city of Sucre last week in support of constitutional changes proposed by President Evo Morales.

 

Ken Olende: Kenyan strike shows trouble brewing for tea giants

2069

5

22.9.07

 

A strike by more than 10,000 tea pickers in Kenya in East Africa has won an 8 percent pay increase.

 

Greek election sees drop in support for ruling party

2069

5

22.9.07

 

The general election in Greece last weekend saw the ruling right wing New Democracy party retain power with a reduced majority. The election also saw a swing to the left away from New Democracy and the New Labour-like Pasok party.

 

Jonny Jones: Imperialism: Analysing and resisting the First World War

2069

6

22.9.07

 

Jonny Jones continues our series on Imperialism with the theories of Vladimir Lenin and Nikolai Bukharin.

 

Ken Olende: Little Rock and the fight to end school segregation

2069

13

22.9.07

 

The campaign against school segregation in Little Rock in the US in September 1957 challenged a racist society.

 

Ken Olende: Racism and class solidarity in history of the US South

2069

13

22.9.07

 

On the 50th anniversary of the campaign against school segregation in Little Rock, Ken Olende looks at how racism and class solidarity have always pulled the South in different directions

 

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