Socialist Worker

A class apart

by Matthew Cookson
Issue No. 1821

THE NEW edition of International Socialism offers a reply to all those who argue that the working class is dead. Chris Harman argues that the working class is bigger than it ever has been before on a global scale and that it continues to play the vital role in the struggle for a decent society.

August Nimtz looks at Karl Marx and Frederick Engels' account of the need for socialist organisation. Nimtz stresses the need for organisation today. Mike Kidron returns to the journal after more than 20 years absence to analyse the wastefulness of capitalism in the 21st century.

John Bellamy Foster offers a devastating response to ecologists who say that Marx contributed nothing to environmental issues.

To get your copy of International Socialism 96 send £3.50 to ISJ, PO Box 82, London, E3 3LH or phone 020 7531 9810.


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