Forum: Crooke vs McCalman on Scotland; Ellis vs Weaver on movies; Fine, Rigby, and Bradley on S Africa; Conway vs Bradley on PR

Submitted by martin on 23 April, 2011 - 8:19

Stan Crooke disputes Ian McCalman's support for calls for a Scottish Assembly.

Edward Ellis disputes Belinda Weaver's argument that movie-making has deteriorated.

Bob Fine, Tom Rigby, and Clive Bradley dispute arguments dismissing the COSATU union federation in South Africa in favour of the NACTU federation.

Liam Conway argues that Trotsky's "permanent revolution" idea is more "applicable" today than Clive Bradley allowed for in his article in Workers' Liberty 7.

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