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What is imperialism?

The speedy overthrow of the Saddam Hussain'­s regime has resulted in a wave of propaganda emanating from the leaders of the coalition forces. Bush, Blair and Howard are now basking in the supposed vindication...

SARS – A socialist analysis

SARS is a disease with flu like symptoms that is infectious and kills up to 10% of those it infects. It is not as infectious or as deadly as some of the flu strains yet already...

CFMEU under attack

Article by CFMEU rank and filer on the Federal Government's attack on the union and the indirect help they are getting from the National Secretary, John Sutton. Plus interview with Victorian union President, John...

Crisis in the Labor Party

Editorial from June-July 2003 issue of The Socialist The war was a disaster for the Labor Party. It's capitalist leaders with their capitalist policies (many of whom are trained in CIA-funded courses for union...

800 protest at Baxter detention centre

Nicki Jonas, Secretary Melbourne City Branch, reports from the protest that took place at the Baxter detention center in South Australia over the weekend of Easter 2003. ** Easter weekend saw over 800 people make...

NZ: Labour’s fake opposition to the Iraq war

It seems such a short time ago that Helen Clark and her colleagues in the New Zealand Labour Government were being widely praised for their bold stand against the US-led invasion of Iraq. Only...

New Zealand: The rise and fall of the Alliance

The New Zealand general elections in July 2002 saw many unprecedented changes in voting patterns. The Labour Party was, with a small rise in support, able to remain in power by forming a new...

A brief history of the Socialist Party

The Socialist Party began in Australia in the mid-1980s. We trace our roots through a group called Militant in Britain, which helped set up the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI). The CWI is...

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