"Labour is ... not the only source of material wealth, ie of the use-values it produces.
As William Petty says, Labour is the father of material wealth, the Earth is its mother."
Nelson Mandela 1918-2013, RIP
READ THE DECLARATION IN FULL HERE
New In The Point, Issue No. 5
Hope at last? Gary Fraser on the Radical Independence Conference 2013
The Battle for Seattle: Phil Stott on a major breakthrough for socialists in the US
The Man who stares at Groats: Adrian Cruden on Scottish Independence and currency
And Coming Soon (to a Theatre NOT near you): As the Pythons sell out the O2 five times over on their comeback, Graeme McIver looks back at the now iconic and ultra-quotable canon.
Editorial: Lessons of Grangemouth: You can't control what you don't own
Debate: Scotland, Renewables, and Oil - IPCC report means we need a radical policy shift, says Patrick Harvie MSP
Issues: Will Duckworth on the IPCC Report: The debate is over...
John Wight: The energy price hikes scandal
Kevin Kane: The corroboration debate
Lynn Sheridan: Pride, not prejudice. Gay marriage, Section 28
and the LGBT movement
Jock Penman: Rosyth dockyard and Labour hypocrisy
Graeme McIver: Low pay in the home care sector
The Big Idea: Never hate your enemies - it affects your judgement,
Gary Fraser reviews Richard Seymour's 'Unhitched'.
Science: Steve Arnott: Socialism and the 'selfish' gene.
Part II of 'The Conspiracy of Doves'
Culture: Praise of John Rae: John Aberdein's epic and resonant poem
Paradise - not for the likes of us: Adrian Cruden reviews
'The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists' as we approach the
centenary of its publication
Some shite on Leith: Graeme McIver reviews
...well, we think you might have guessed
Liz Walker digs 'Filth' - the book and the film
History: Last, but very definitely not least, Conor Cheyne celebrates
Courage and Selflessness: the story of the Scots who fought in
the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War.