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troops out of afghanistan! – editorial of The Commune
wildcats show how to fight royal mail bosses – by Paul Haste
government pressure on civil service: crunch time for pcs left – by Steve Ryan
wind turbine occupation ends, but struggle continues – by Gerry Emmett
purnell’s new ‘old labour’ is just new ‘new labour’ – by David Broder
resisting redundancy and recession: reappraising the tactic of occupation – by Gregor Gall
amey struggle: burn your bridges, save your dignity – by Mónica del Pilar Uribe Marin
latin american migrants: organising against racism and exploitation – by an Ecuadorian migrant worker
exposed: soas unison, rmt and unite cleaner activists in the pay of the bosses – by Chris Kane
update on the activities of the commune around britain
afghan women bear brunt of hypocritical ‘war on terror’ – by members of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
yes, chris ann, obama is punking us – by Ernie Haberkern
beyond props for capital – by Allan Armstrong
liberalism, citizenship and democracy – by Mark Ellingsen
the workers’ self-management alternative – by Chris Kane
review of the july/august left press – by Nathan Coombs
building from below: the case for working in residents’ groups – by Dave Spencer
latin america’s future is being played out in honduras – by Roberto Sáenz
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