The November issue of our monthly paper The Commune is now available. Click the image below to see the PDF, or see articles as they are posted online in the list below.
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are we ready for a winter of discontent? – by Sheila Cohen
post strike: this is no deal – by Joe Thorne
underground pay deadlock – by Vaughan Thomas
what is the union bureaucracy? – by Alberto Durango
occupation and state building in the new afghanistan – by Jessica Anderson
mixed reactions to cwu-royal mail deal – interview with a communist postman
manchester students build solidarity with post workers – by Mark Harrison
honduras: democracy has not been restored – by Socialismo o Barbarie
month long strike in france: ‘papers for all!’ – interview with Seni cleaners and piece from Où va la CGT?
communism twenty years after the berlin wall fell – interviews with eastern european activists
scottish ruling class: division over union – by Allan Armstrong
obituary of chris harman – by Andy Wilson
university occupations in austria – interview with vienna student activist
communist recomposition and workers’ representation – by Chris Ford
‘full and open debate’ on post-no2eu project: ok, when? – by David Broder
building from below: the work of paulo freire – by Dave Spencer