Issue #2067

The Guardian • Issue #2067 • August 28, 2023

Issue #2067

Stop AUKUS!

Labor’s war hawks succeeded in cementing AUKUS and the nuclear submarines and missiles that go with it in the party’s platform at its national conference...

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Issue #2067

When rent freezes over

Rent is in the news lately, for several reasons. There is a national housing crisis. The Albanese Labor government, always keen to be seen as...

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PCV - Communist Party of Venezuela logo. Issue #2067

Statement in solidarity with the Communist Party of Venezuela, PCV

The Communist Party of Australia has growing concerns at the increasing actions against the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) by the use of the judiciary...

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Dr John Patrick Berwick funeral pamphlet. Issue #2067

Dr John Patrick Berwick

John Berwick was born in 1951 in Sydney, His family was working class, and his Aboriginal father was a professional boxer. The eldest of six...

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Thief with mask and money bag over shoulder. Issue #2067

Wage theft costing workers nearly $850m a year

A fresh analysis of wage theft by the McKell Institute has revealed Australian workers are being underpaid nearly $850 million a year, ripping more than...

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Issue #2067

DINGO

The increasing concentration of wealth and power among mega-corporations, facilitated in no small part by rigged rules of the global economy, is undermining democracy, economic...

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Issue #2067

ALP Conference and the path to war

“If you’re pro-human rights, you need to be pro-AUKUS. If you’re pro-peace, you need to be pro-AUKUS. If you’re pro-advanced manufacturing, you need to be...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2067

More War Games

Australia has just hosted the Malabar Exercises which were held in Sydney and across the NSW south coast from 10th to 21st August. The naval...

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Baby eating watermelon. Issue #2067

Monopoly capital

As families struggle to put food on the table and keep up with rental and mortgage payments, profits are soaring. Inflation was running at six...

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Traditional and modern China. Issue #2067

China’s good momentum

The good momentum of China’s economic development is conducive to the economy of Australia and the world. Achieving modernisation is a dream that the Chinese...

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Global briefs Issue #2067

GLOBAL BRIEFS

SPAIN: Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s candidate for the speaker of the Congress of Deputies won the vote for the position in Sanchez’s first trial in...

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The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel de Foe. Cover artist: A F Lydon. Issue #2067

Marx and Robinson Crusoe: British Imperialism and the slave trade

Marxist literary criticism explains a literary work, a novel, through an analysis of the human-social relationships which reflect the economic base of the story, rather...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2067

WEASEL WORDS

Nuclear energy Wait a minute, nuclear is just a thing, isn’t it? How can that be a weasel word? Nuclear energy is a way of...

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Part of the anti-AUKUS demo in Brisbane. Issue #2067

GET RAUKUS NO AUKUS

The above slogan resounded on the streets of South Brisbane as the ALP conference came to town. The plans of Antony Albanese and Richard Marles...

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