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Enter the bankersby Jane Hardy
The growing crisis in the eurozone has left many observers and politicians reaching for apocalyptic language. The Financial Times's leading economist, Martin Wolf, declared "What is at stake today is...the stability of the European - perhaps the world's - economy", while German chancellor Angela Merkel described it as the "toughest hour since the Second World War".
Capitalism versus democracyby John Molyneux
Towards the end of last year, unelected "technocrats" were installed in power in both Greece and Italy. John Molyneux argues that while capitalism came into being with grand claims about universal freedom, each expansion of democracy has had to be fought for - and is never completely secure.
Getting nastierby Mark L Thomas
As opposition to austerity increases Mark L Thomas looks at how the Tories are entering a new and much nastier phase and considers how the issue of European integration is forcing old divisions to the fore.
In my view
No victoryby Judith Orr
China's migrant womenby Sally Kincaid
Breakneck industrial expansion has transformed women's lives in China over the last generation. They live very different lives to their mothers and grandmothers but face enormous hardship in China's huge factories
Economy Classby Stacey Whittle
Where does profit come from?
Don't make me laughby Martin Smith
What's going on? It seems like every time I switch on my TV, so-called comedians and panel show celebrities are telling racist and other offensive jokes.
The art of occupationby Roberto Ciccarelli
The Teatro Valle, Rome's oldest theatre, has been occupied for six months by performers, technicians and directors in protest against arts cuts.
Ben Windsor spoke to Il Manifesto journalist Roberto Ciccarelli about the occupation
by January 2011
Jose Carlos Mariategui: An Anthologyby Jonathan Collier
Edited by Harry E Vanden and Marc Becker
Tory Pride and Prejudiceby Andra Chandra
The Politics of Down Syndromeby Tom Fitzpatrick