If a group of people all wanted the same thing, one would expect them to work together in order to achieve their common goal – that is, so long as the differences that existed between them were not sufficient to jeopardise that final goal in the process. One may particularly expect this of the far-left: those revolutionaries, socialist and communists … read this post
This handy guide, first published in CS11, will help you distinguish between the various, yet on the surface almost identical student groups likely to be recruiting on your campus. Exactly why the left is so divided is dealt with in this article (link). By Harley Filben…. read this post
1. National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts
Semi-secret parent organisations: Alliance for Workers Liberty
Cat Rylance on the tumultuous protests that shook British society last year
Around this time last year, school, college and university students were preparing for the opening blow of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat attacks on public services. These attacks were met with a level of resistance not seen for decades. Walkouts, occupations and mass demonstrations mobilised hundreds of thousands. The strength … read this post
Click the image to view the PDF of the eleventh issue of our magazine, which is being distributed by CS members nationwide. Articles will be on the site soon for comment. We welcome contributions to our website; send reports and articles to firstname.lastname@example.org
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1. What is communism?
Communism is a form of society where all production is organised and carried out by the voluntary association of free producers.
In today’s society – capitalism – you work because, if you do not, you will starve (or, at best, scrape together enough benefits to keep a leaky roof over your head and fill your stomach … read this post