Workers’ Liberty has always been committed to debate.
Not “debates” in the sense of one-sided denunciations of straw-men opponents with no chance for them to reply, but genuine debates — in writing or in person — between opposing viewpoints. We are committed to debate within our own organisation, within the left, and between left and right.
That’s why, in 1992, we debated Roger Scruton and David Marsland, ideologues of the “New Right” proclaiming the death of socialism.
That’s why we carry internal debates in our public press.