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2097

 

19.4.08

 

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Strike 24 April – Vote Left List 1 May: Make Gordon Brown pay

2097

1

19.4.08

 

The next fortnight offers two golden opportunities to shape the future of politics in Britain.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: A carnival of resistance to combat the Nazi BNP

2097

2

19.4.08

 

The final line-up for the free Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) carnival to be held in east London on Sunday 27 April has been confirmed.

 

Ken Olende: Zimbabwe: General strike as Mugabe clings on to power

2097

2

19.4.08

 

An indefinite general strike was under way in Zimbabwe as Socialist Worker went to press. The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) called it to demand the release of presidential election results, still withheld two weeks after the election.

 

Sadie Robinson: Crisis in Haiti as World Bank issues food price warning

2097

3

19.4.08

 

The global crisis over rising food prices continues to grow. Robert Zoellick, head of the World Bank, warned last Sunday that the price rises have put 100 million lives under threat.

 

Matthew Cookson: Fighting the policies that sent asylum seeker Ama home to die

2097

3

19.4.08

 

Campaigners in Cardiff are to highlight New Labour's brutal treatment of asylum seekers this Saturday at a protest in memory of Ama Sumani.

 

Alex Callinicos: Worries at the heart of system

2097

4

19.4.08

 

For the past few years the chief role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has been to act as praise-singer for global capitalism.

 

Patrick Ward: Lindsey German stands up for civil rights in London

2097

4

19.4.08

 

A London mayoral candidates’ debate last week over the introduction of ID cards proved the need for the Left List’s campaign.

 

Esme Choonara: Left List: ‘We need a strong left voice on the London assembly’

2097

5

19.4.08

 

The Left List is mounting a major challenge to all the mainstream parties in the 1 May London elections. Lindsey German is standing for London mayor and heading the slate for the assembly.

 

Jamie Allinson: Revolution from above: The Meiji restoration: the threat of West drove Japan’s revolt

2097

6

19.4.08

 

In the third part of our series on revolution from above Jamie Allinson explains how military competition forced Japan’s rulers to reorganise society.

 

Simon Assaf: Egypt: Repression in Mahalla fuels anger at dictator

2097

6

19.4.08

 

The Egyptian regime has unleashed a wave of repression on the industrial city of Mahalla el-Kubra following four days of riots and demonstrations.

 

Eyewitness from Egypt

2097

6

19.4.08

 

US journalist James Buck witnessed the crackdown in Mahalla following the uprising.

 

Keith Flett: The Making of a London Suburb: Capital Comes To Penge

2097

9

19.4.08

 

Capitalism, and resistance to it, has shaped the environment in which we live. Martin Spence has written a new book The Making of a London Suburb: Capital Comes To Penge. It examines how the system transformed London, and the suburb of Penge, into the major city it is today. Martin, the assistant general secretary of the Bectu broadcasting union, spoke to Keith Flett.

 

Simon Basketter: Extraordinary Rendition: individual tragedy shows up destructive policies

2097

11

19.4.08

 

Jim Threapleton spoke to Simon Basketter about his new film.
Extraordinary Rendition is the story of Zaafir, a politics lecturer who is abducted on the streets of London, flown out of the country, interrogated at one of the CIA’s secret “Black Sites”, tortured, and eventually dumped back in this country.

 

Review: Bangladesh 1971: viewing war and resistance from below

2097

11

19.4.08

 

The Bangladesh war of independence against Pakistan in 1971 was a bloody conflict that led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands. Bangladesh 1971 is a new exhibition of over 100 photographs from the period, many of which have never been shown before.

 

Editorial: Labour and BAE: Corruption come from backing the rich

2097

12

19.4.08

 

The government has illegally attempted to cover up corruption – not over donations to the Labour Party, but over a huge arms deal to a vicious dictatorship.

 

Editorial: The left's death by compromise in the Italian election

2097

12

19.4.08

 

The return of right winger Silvio Berlusconi to office in Italy is bad enough. The total elimination of the radical left from parliament verges on the disastrous.

 

John Parrington: Embryonic bigotry

2097

12

19.4.08

 

Right wing lobbyists are opposing research into new fertility treatments with false notions of what is “natural”.

 

Simon Basketter: Enoch Powell and racism

2097

13

19.4.08

 

Simon Basketter looks back at the impact of the infamous 1968 “Rivers of Blood” speech.

 

Simon Assaf: Iraq: Occupiers face another setback

2097

16

19.4.08

 

The US is laying siege to the Baghdad slum of Sadr City in an attempt to crush the Iraqi resistance.

 

Esme Choonara: Mother’s anger at Law Lords’ denial of inquiry into Iraq war

2097

16

19.4.08

 

Anti-war campaigner Rose Gentle has reacted angrily to the decision by nine Law Lords to rule against the right to hold a public inquiry over the invasion of Iraq.

 

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