- Editorial postscript: the war in Iraq and the Nigerian Elections
- Editorial: Nigeria - a ticking time bomb
[published on the In Defence of Marxism web site as "Enter the workers' party in Nigeria?"]
By Abiodun Oyeyemi in Lagos
- NEPA Workers say No Privatization
By Brocom Obol M.E.E Ntukubes, Chairman,
National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE)
- Capitalism Means Hunger, Poverty and Death
[published on the In Defence of Marxism web site as "Nigeria: One hundred workers burnt alive after boss locked them in"]
- Privatization in Nigeria
As Obasanjo auctions Nigeria: the rich benefits; the workers and the poor go miserable
[published on the In Defence of Marxism web site as "Nigeria: the rich profit from Obasanjo's privatisation plans as the workers get poorer"]
By Oke Ogunde
- Fee-Hike Season In Varsities: The OAU Story
By Olutope Anointing
- Unilorin: victimisation still on!
- 12.2% Minimum wage, casualisation, pensions!
Another round of betrayals!
- Pentecostal Madness
By Didi Cheeka
- The In Defence of Marxism Manifesto on the Imperialist War against Iraq
The first phase of the war in Iraq may be over but uncertainty prevails all over, not only Iraq but also the entire Middle East and indeed the world. We have entered a more turbulent period in the history of humanity; wars and all sorts of barbaric acts prevail. This manifesto though written weeks before the war remains unbelievably relevant in explaining the unfolding processes. It is a further confirmation of correctness of Marxism as a tool of analysis. Some of the outstanding works of the two authors of this article have been published in the past editions of the Workers' Alternative. The "Manifesto on the imperialist war against Iraq" is a must for anybody who want to join the struggle for change or believes that change is possible and that hope is not lost.
(from the In Defence of Marxism web site)
- Class war heats up in the US
[from the In Defence of Marxism web site]
By John Peterson