Monthly Archives: October 2011

The End of Imperialism

The end of IMPERIALISM – by Kenneth Knapman Classical capitalism, Laissez-faire, no longer exists. In fact imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism, has been the phase that capitalism entered into over a century ago. Modern definitions show that the world … Continue reading

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Demonstration over changes to public sector pensions

Six unions will be demonstrating outside the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A, from 8.30am to 10am tomorrow (Tuesday 25 October) in support of a legal challenge over public sector pensions. Gail Cartmail, Unite assistant general secretary and lead … Continue reading

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U.S. Longshore Workers Struggle:

U.S. Longshore Workers Defend Their Rights and the Progressive Trend of History On September 7 and 8, Washington State longshore workers in Seattle, Tacoma, Longview and Vancouver (Wash.) stood up as one in defense of their rights. Over one thousand … Continue reading

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United States: Refuse to be Penned in By U.S. Imperialism

Refuse to be Penned in By U.S. Imperialism On October 1, police led demonstrators onto the traffic lane of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. Then when the hundreds of protesters were only part way across, the police blocked … Continue reading

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Pensions Day of Action

Day of Action 30 November At the Trade Union Congress in September 2011 Dave Prentis, General Secretary announced that UNISON would be balloting its members for strike action in defence of public sector pensions. This edition of campaign news explains … Continue reading

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A new epoch of change is beckoning

A new epoch of change is beckoning By Kenneth Knapman Early epochal events There are periods in history, ancient and modern, where monumental developments took place. One such period in Western civilisation was in ancient Greece, the Classical Age, where … Continue reading

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Capital-Centred Reformism

United States Capital-Centred Reformism Goes Against the Progressive Trend of History – K.C. Adams – Capital-centred reformism is meant to turn the working class against its own interests and the progressive trend of history. The battle between capital-centred reformism and … Continue reading

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