How broad frontism requires top down bureaucratic controls
The Labour Party and its limits: why Labour can never substitute for a Communist Party
1910 and all that: the republic, the mass strike and the curse of reformism
Party and programme: why the contemporary left fails to take programme seriously
The transitional programme: reformist banality of a supposed revolutionary profundity
Democratic Socialists America: the necessity of a minimum-maximum programme
Amadeo Bordiga and ‘Left wing communism’: a long-established disorder?
The poisonous logic of seeking, normalising, and joining coalitions with bourgeois politicians
Without a hegemonic Communist Party the Labour Party can never be transformed into a vehicle for socialism
A damning phrase? “The communists do not form a separate party opposed to other working class parties”
Party and programme
The bankruptcy of left Labourism
The crisis in the United States and Prospects for the Left
The Programmatic Bankruptcy of the Left
The Tory interpretation of history
Imperialism, anti-imperialism and Lenin
Against Keynes and Keynesianism
On the CPGB’s draft programme
Permanent Revolution: Myths and Reconsiderations
The CPGB Draft Programme: what programmes are, how they should be organised, and why they are important
Jack Conrad addresses Communist University 2010 on the nature of communist programmes and the thinking behind the new CPGB Draft Programme.
The CPGB Draft Programme: The transition from capitalism to communism
Jack Conrad speaks to Communist University 2010 on the CPGB draft programme and the vision it outlines for the transition from capitalism to communism
Why the age of bureaucratic centralism and the confessional left wing sect needs to end
A panel discussion with Mike Macnair (CPGB); Moshe Machover (Israeli socialist) and Hillel Ticktin (editor of Critique) held at Communist University 2010.
30 years since the launch of the Leninist faction and our new programme
Jack Conrad discusses 30 years since the founding of the Leninist faction of the ‘official’ Communist Party of Great Britain before its liquidation in 1991.
The faction took up the banner of the CPGB and now organises as the CPGB, publishing the Weekly Worker.
Mike Macnair introduces his new book “Revolutionary Strategy: Marxism and the challenge of left unity” to an audience at Communist University 2008.