Daniel Randall’s article in Solidarity 3/119 was extremely useful for the information it collected on working-class movements and groups in Israel and Palestine.
It seemed to me, though, that it lacked a dimension. The working-class movements among the Palestinians and the Israelis represent our fundamental hopes, and they deserve support as workers’ movements whatever their exact policies.
But the working-class movements can effect fundamental political change only when they have the policies to do so.
For example, the Workers’ Advice Centre, which gets more column-inches in Daniel’s article