The second issue of our new look paper is now available. It features a selection of viewpoints from The Commune’s debate on the riots, an extensive assessment of the eurozone financial crisis, a look at the working class and the education system, and a lot else besides…
We’re feeling very proud about the success of our previous free edition of the paper, and hope this one will keep that going forward. We have given over a large section to a discussion of the riots, but the month has seen other major events in the economy and Libya and have given space to that as well. There is a full list of articles below.
You can download a pdf copy of the paper by clicking here, or the image above. As always we ask that if you enjoy or disagree with any of our features then please write to us and we can feature your views in the next edition. If you would like copies to distribute then send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send some copies in the post.
struggles news in brief – an overview of different stuggles happening at present
news and local perspectives on the riots
peckham: the fury must not be forgotten – Sharon Borthwick reports on the riots in south-east London
ruling class justice system shows its true face – Taimour Lay explains the meaning of the post-riot show trials
Our website featured an extensive debate on the riots, and many more views than could be fit into the paper can be found there.
giz a fightback – Terry Liddle reflects on his experience of the 1980s unemployed movement
why is there class in the classroom? – Dave Spencer explores the reasons for working class under-achievement in the classroom