Editorial: Why capitalism can’t work for us
Pathfinders: Dust to Dust
If not now, then when?
Cooking the Books I: Big Deal!
Think about socialism
Letters: “Reform of capitalism?” – Overpopulation?
Material World: War drums in the China Sea
What happens when there is no housing market?
Imperialism and the ‘Labour Aristocracy’
The Lessons of Charlottesville
Cooking the Books II: Consumption – not the driver
Party News – Discord in the Ranks
Proper Gander: Turning The Page
50 Years Ago: Human Needs and World Resources
Obituary: Gordon Docherty
Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that.That's not true, so I'll try again.I say to those who ask me for Facebook friendship:We should socially own and democratically manage the wealth we produce and that which lies in natural resources so that we can have the power to distribute it on the basis of need and live in harmony with the Earth. Agree or disagree?About 30% agree and 70% give no answer.
If only those 30% actively organised for that goal, what a great difference that would be, Mike. With experts predicting so many future catastrophes, your next question might be, why aren't they?
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