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The Leninist no.21

Published June 1985

  • Free the class war prisoners Jack Conrad
  • The 1985 AGM of the Peoples Press Printing Society (Statement)
  • On Democratic centralism –  once again The Editor
  • Letters (Welsh stereotypes; Good luck; Mr Angry 1; Mr Angry 2; World Carve-up; NCP; Factional Temple; Back the Star)
  • THE 39th CONGRESS: WHAT NEXT? David Sherriff
  • What is Thatcherism John mann
  • The British Road to Socialism? John mann
  • Turkey and the world revolution (Supplement) William Hughes
  • The CPT(İS): Our Tasks (Interview) Veli Dursun
  • Communists in Turkey have their 5th Congress
  • The teachers’ dispute: A militant education Tony Coughlin and Dave Curtis
  • The PCE: the Euros fall out José Montiel
  • Reviews (A new challenge; The truth about Gramsci; O’Riordan’s mud flies; A new Iskra; Death in Albania)
  • The fight against ratecapping: The Labourite left collapses John Miller

The Leninist no.22

Published July 1985

  • The Newham 7: A FIGHT FOR ALL WORKERS
  • The PPPS AGM The Editor
  • Letters (Quitting; Gays; Socialist Ignorance; Anarcho-Stalinists; Ravden of the Yard; Mr Angry – again; Cheap Sneer; Euro Cote?)
  • Rank and file organise (Interview) Darren Moore
  • An acid test for the workers Jack Conrad
  • Problems of success Paul Mallory
  • The Third Conference of the Leninists of the CPGB: DEBATES, RESOLUTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT DECISIONS (Supplement) Jack Conrad (available in text format here as part of our ‘Reforging the CPGB’ series)
  • Censorship
  • A rising tide of anger Steve Jardine
  • (pages 12 and 13 are missing from the archive)
  • Reviews (NUM Rules; One step back; Two steps back; Quite wrong Mr Walker; Star Lovers)
  • REVOLUTION NEARS IN SOUTH AFRICA John Miller

The Leninist no.23

Published August 1985

  • Kinnock is no answer Jack Conrad
  • Defend our Party The Editor
  • Letters (Summer school 1; Summer school 2; Summer school 3; Split the LP; PPPS confusion; Amazed; The ABC’s; News from Notts; Weekly alternative; Clydeside clown; Freedom and necessity; Sound approach)
  • THE POLITICS OF CRISIS Ian Mahoney
  • MEETING THE TORY CHALLENGE Steve Jardine
  • The Crisis in the CPGB: FOR OUR PARTY (Supplement) Jack Conrad
  • “SOLIDARITY” FROM THE ‘STAR’ Alec Long
  • Class war prisoners in Turkey: The fightback (Interview) ‘MD’ of the CPT(İS)
  • Lies, damned lies and…
  • Reviews (Third Volume; Armed ‘n’ Ready; Leninism; Flawed and floored; Noble Platitudes)
  • The Iran/Iraq War: No Proxy War Alec Long

The Leninist no.24

Published October 1985

  • STRIKE AGAINST APARTHEID: Real sanctions are workers’ sanctions Jack Conrad
  • Handsworth and Brixton The Editor
  • Letters (Sexuality; Class against class; Communist ban; Terrorism; Tory terrorists; Pure sect; Floating alliance; Militant)
  • CHATER’S TITANIC David Sherriff
  • Crisis in South Africa: THE THUNDER OF REVOLUTION [Section 1] (Supplement) Jack Conrad
  • British Berufsverbot Bob Archer
  • Third NRFMM Conference
  • Notts rank and file miner (Interview) Miner and new recruit to the CPGB
  • Back in the USSR John Bell
  • Calling up the Reserves Geraldine Duffy
  • Women Against Pit Closures Joana Leven
  • Reviews (State and Disillusion; Euro Turn; Bent left; Star Wars; Destiny; The Rambo retch)
  • Attention! This is Worker’s Voice Alec Long

The Leninist no.25

Published November 1985

  • JACK COLLINS SPEAKS OUT: ‘Stand up and fight for them’ Jack Collins
  • Don’t Boycott 7 Days The Editor
  • Letters (Chaters Titanic; Get out; Congratulations; Non-SWP non-Euro; Get Together; South Africa; RCP; Free Scotland; CND; Ireland)
  • Holding the line (Interview) Paul Whetton
  • Notts after the UDM: Break the breakaway Mike Burgess
  • PETE GATES: Class War Prisoner (Interview) Pete Gates
  • Crisis in South Africa: THE WINGS OF REVOLUTION [Section 2] (Supplement) Jack Conrad
  • Handsworth, Brixton, Tottenham… Alan Merrik
  • Kinnock’s Toadies: Can the Labour Party ever change? Geraldine Duffy
  • Reviews (Nation and class; Hall on Reagan; Charity do-gooders; Bleak warning; Pretty vacant)
  • BANKRUPT: ‘MILITANT’ IN LIVERPOOL Ian Mahoney

The Leninist no.26

Published December/January 1985/6

  • BREAK THE BREAKAWAY Jack Conrad
  • 1985 The Editor
  • Letters (Internationalism; Australia; South Africa; Ex-Bennite; Ex-Euro; Ex-RCPer; Land of the free; South africa 2; Albania; Poland; WRP)
  • THE WRP school of lies and falsification Alec Long
  • ‘MILITANT’
  • Open letter David Sherriff
  • Crisis in South Africa: SOLIDARITY WITH THE REVOLUTION [Section 3] (Supplement) Jack Conrad
  • Charity goes pop: It’s only rock ‘n’ roll Ian Mahoney
  • The Jesus Myth Geraldine Duffy
  • Reviews (Law and Disorder; Centrist Hero; Leninist Origins; State Racism)
  • The London-Dublin Accord: Ireland will win Ian Mahoney and Kevin Sheahan

The Leninist no.27

Published February 1986

  • Taking sides Jack Conrad
  • A Wapping case for action
  • Fortnightly The Editor
  • Letters (Many questions; Militant NCP; Co-proprietors; Poem; Kent miners march; WRPs; Style and tone;)
  • ANARCHY Alan Merrik
  • Dumping the AES: Right Economics Brian Curran
  • Fighting fascism and racism: Union Jack jackboot Hilary Fitzgerald and Alan Merrik
  • The Gorbachev edition Jack Conrad
  • Reviews (Soldier, soldier; Which road?; Marxist regimes; Damning facts; Alan Bush)
  • BRITAIN’S DEFEAT WILL BE OUR VICTORY Jack Conrad

The Leninist no.28

Published March 1986

  • BRING OUT FLEET STREET: Turn the tables on the press barons Jack Conrad
  • Class justice The Editor
  • Letters (Investment; Fortnightly; Building Fund; Fortress Wapping; USSR 1; USSR 2; Broken Reed; Bloody Sunday; Turkish Embassy Picket; Strip searching)
  • WAPPING: Lessons of the Great Strike Jack Conrad
  • PARTY PIECES (London; Yesterday’s revisionism; Visits)
  • Communist Meetings and matters
  • WHAT IS THE AES? And why they want to dump it (Supplement) Jack Conrad
  • Solidarność comes clean Ian Mahoney
  • POWER TO THE PEOPLE? Alan Merrik
  • Reviews (From the frontline; Blood from a stone; Bad communist; Leadership challenge; Love her?)
  • South Africa: People’s sanctions and workers’ sanctions Ian Mahoney
  • Voice of revolution

The Leninist no.29

Published April 1986

  • DEFEND THE USSR: Fight the US wardrive Jack Conrad
  • Wedding bells The Editor
  • Letters (Good work; Factionalism; Let’s get serious; Gorbachev’s report I; Gorbachev’s report II; Socialist pacifism; Stalin; What God could bless America? – Mammon!; Scotland; Free Aydan bulutgil)
  • LAST MONTHLY: ON TO THE FORTNIGHTLY Jack Conrad
  • PARTY PIECES (YCL; Scapegoats; Charming)
  • Communist Meetings and matters (Executive Committee; London District Congress; Communist Campaign Group plans)
  • From ungovernability to revolution (Supplement) Alan Merrik
  • Interview with David Kitson (Interview) (Supplement) David Kitson
  • Umsebenzi (Supplement)
  • A great leader, A great man, A great sorrow (Obituary) (Supplement)
  • Red Ken’s GLC Ashley West
  • For a soviet Britain Ian Mahoney
  • Grand old Dukes of Wapping
  • Reviews (Afghanistan and Amin; Draft nonsense; In Maclean’s footsteps?; No alternative)
  • Support Connolly, support the IRA Geraldine Duffy

The Leninist no.30

Published May 1 1986

  • Some thoughts for May Day The Editor
  • Letters (Wardrive; Looking forward; Congratulations; Thug Murdoch; Rantings; Strip searching; Peace)
  • PARTY PIECES (Wapping scabs; Tabloid – why the wait?; Communist – Straight Leftists hard front)
  • Before and after 1926 Alec Long
  • THE FILIPINO ROAD Alan Merrik
  • Reviews (Flawed Epic; Factional Sheet)
  • Bring out the Fleet Jack Conrad

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