Alliance Voices

Alliance Voices

Alliance Voices is the discussion and news bulletin of the Socialist Alliance. Members of Socialist Alliance can submit articles for publication by emailing the editor. Protocols for submission can be found here.

In this contribution, I will argue that the “orthodox” judgement that China is a thoroughly capitalist state and economy is mistaken. I will do this by adopting a large portion of the arguments made by the economist Michael Roberts.
Many of us own smart phones and computers which are connected to the internet. A large portion of the Western world has internet connections which are active at all times.
Collective struggle is borne of the decline of material conditions. The rise or decline of the union movement broadly represents the working class’s faith in the ability of the movement to secure material gains.
During the July National Council meeting, a report touching on media engagement and youth recruiting spurred several comrades to discuss the Alliance's use of social media, on both an organisational level and as used by individual members
The aim of this article is to improve the Socialist Alliance’s practices in dealing with sexual assault and harassment allegations, both within our organization and on the wider left.
I want to start a discussion about the relation of theory to practice in building a revolutionary socialist movement. I have encountered a great deal of hostility online and in passing in everyday life to activity and work that is theoretical. I have posted philosophical musings online only to have...
NSW local government elections were held in 46 local government areas in NSW on September 9. Elections were held for 20 existing councils and 26 forcibly amalgamated new councils with new boundaries. The councils that were not slated for amalgamation — City of Sydney, Sutherland — had their...
Newcastle Hunter Asylum Seeker Advocacy had a pretty steady year of actions.
Water is the issue which can unite all Australians in a struggle which will take us to massive social change. Because to win we must defeat the mining companies which own our major parties, and the Big 4 banks and the media empires which back them.
The extreme concentration of the banking and financial systems means that ordinary working people lose out on a big scale.
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