Transform: Issue #2 | Contents
Right-wing forces have frequently emerged stronger from the financial crisis of 2008, but left and progressive forces have also challenged for power, and unfolding political developments and new mobilisations in Britain and elsewhere demonstrate that the right is being fought and can be defeated.
This issue of Transform addresses some of these questions: looking at the UK 2017 general election outcome and what the Labour surge means; exploring the impact of Trump’s onslaught on women; closer investigation of the practice of left parties and movements in Germany and Poland; thoughts on how to drive forward a socialist agenda; and a powerful memoire of the miners’ strike and its transformative legacy.
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Winter and Spring: the extraordinary 2017 Labour surge
The Continuing War against Women in the US
Germany’s Die Linke in times of polarization
Mark Bergfeld and Leandros Fischer
The History and Future of the Polish Left
Czesław Kulesza and Gavin Rae
Thatcher and the Miners: remembering the 1984 strike
Where We Are and Where We Could Be: transitional demands and actions
Review | Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths