Why the Left Came Back

The media treats Corbyn’s emergence as an anomaly. In fact, it is the product of decades of failed economic policies.

Four years on from Jeremy Corbyn’s unexpected triumph, there is a realistic possibility of the election of a socialist government in Britain, or at least of the election of socialists to government. It is no more than a possibility. That it exists at all is due above all to the continuing crisis of the capitalist […]

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