Tom Gann (@Tom_Gann)

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The Bolsheviks Dared: Interview with Lars T. Lih on Lenin as Theorist and Strategist of Hegemony

As part of our series on the October Revolution, New Socialist interviewed Lars T. Lih, author of several books on Lenin and the Revolution.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Seven, Jeremy Corbyn's Speech

This is the seventh (and final) part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Six, Plenary Session

This is the sixth part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Five, Local Democratic Economic Strategies

The fifth part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Four, Co-Operatives Session

The fourth part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part One, Introductory Session

The first part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Social Murder, Productivity Crisis & Irresponsible Technology Policy: The 2017 Budget

Wednesday’s budget was more striking for the economic indicators and forecasts produced by the Office for Budgetary Responsibility than for any of its specific policies.

Interview with Mark Perryman on "The Corbyn Effect"

Tom Gann spoke to Mark Perryman about the legacy of Stuart Hall, Labour modernity, possibilities for radical organisation, cultural politics and more.

Corbynism's Ming Vase Period? Contextualising and Opposing the Line on Immigration

It is necessary to criticise Jeremy Corbyn’s recent comments on immigration, which are not only a problem in themselves but indicative of a general direction of the project which needs to be resisted.

A Million Member Party, Concluding Thoughts: Democratisation, Delivering Consequences, Disalienation

The pieces collected in the A Million Member Party series show the range of ideas for how the capacities of a Party with significant numbers of enthused members can be made use of for socialist advance.

Understanding and Building on the Manifesto

The General Election result not only settles the question of the Labour leadership but also of the broad contours of the programme, at least in terms of social and economic policy, for the next election.

The Bolsheviks Dared: Interview with Lars T. Lih on Lenin as Theorist and Strategist of Hegemony

As part of our series on the October Revolution, New Socialist interviewed Lars T. Lih, author of several books on Lenin and the Revolution.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Seven, Jeremy Corbyn's Speech

This is the seventh (and final) part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Six, Plenary Session

This is the sixth part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Five, Local Democratic Economic Strategies

The fifth part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part Four, Co-Operatives Session

The fourth part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Labour's New Economics Conference: Part One, Introductory Session

The first part of our write-up and analysis of Labour's New Economics Conference on alternative models of ownership.

Social Murder, Productivity Crisis & Irresponsible Technology Policy: The 2017 Budget

Wednesday’s budget was more striking for the economic indicators and forecasts produced by the Office for Budgetary Responsibility than for any of its specific policies.

Interview with Mark Perryman on "The Corbyn Effect"

Tom Gann spoke to Mark Perryman about the legacy of Stuart Hall, Labour modernity, possibilities for radical organisation, cultural politics and more.

Corbynism's Ming Vase Period? Contextualising and Opposing the Line on Immigration

It is necessary to criticise Jeremy Corbyn’s recent comments on immigration, which are not only a problem in themselves but indicative of a general direction of the project which needs to be resisted.

A Million Member Party, Concluding Thoughts: Democratisation, Delivering Consequences, Disalienation

The pieces collected in the A Million Member Party series show the range of ideas for how the capacities of a Party with significant numbers of enthused members can be made use of for socialist advance.

Understanding and Building on the Manifesto

The General Election result not only settles the question of the Labour leadership but also of the broad contours of the programme, at least in terms of social and economic policy, for the next election.