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Irish Marxist Review 2012 Vol 1 Number 2

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jun 12

 

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John Molyneux: Editorial (Irish Marxist Review 2012 Vol 1 Number 2)

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jun 12

 

This second issue of Irish Marxist Review is both improved in presentation and larger in content. It also now has a website www.irishmarxistreview.net where our First issue can be found. Many thanks to all those whose hard work has made this possible.
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Kieran Allen: Recession and the New Resistance

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3

jun 12

 

Two questions have dominated discussions about the economic crisis in Ireland. One is, ‘Where will you get the money to close the 18 billion deficit?’. Two: ‘Why have the Irish not resisted?’
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Peadar O’Grady: Economic Crisis: Austerity and Privatisation in Healthcare in Ireland

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13

jun 12

 

Although the financial sector of an economy may be principally responsible for risk-taking related to the present economic crisis, the true costs of this risk-taking behaviour are to society as a Whole.
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Marnie Holborow: Austerity, Capitalism and the Restructuring of Irish Higher Education

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jun 12

 

There is a deep contradiction at the heart of the way governments are dealing with the crisis. By converting bank debt into sovereign debt, they are injecting huge amounts of state money into a system that they stridently claim runs best as a freewheeling market.
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Donal Mac Fhearraigh: James Connolly and the Irish Labour Party

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jun 12

 

100 years of celebration?
2012 marks the centenary of the founding of the Irish Labour Party. Like most political parties in Ireland, Labour likes to trade on its radical heritage by drawing a link to Connolly.
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Brian Kelly: Neoliberal Belfast: Disaster Ahead?

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jun 12

 

Buried beneath the hype surrounding the launch of Belfast’s ‘Titanic Signature Project’ in mid-April was a small detail that managed to get a brief airing in Belfast’s council chambers a few weeks later: working-class communities across the city had ‘missed out on the dividend’ arising from the project, which failed to meet even the minimal ‘social responsibility’ goals that the city had set in exchange for fast-tracking the project through planning and handing over 10m in ratepayer’s money.

 

James O’Toole: Marx and Self Emancipation

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jun 12

 

‘Both for the production on a mass scale of this communist consciousness, and for the success of the cause itself, the alteration of men on a mass scale is, necessary, an alteration which can only take place in a practical movement, a revolution; this revolution is necessary, therefore, not only because the ruling class cannot be overthrown in any other way, but also because the class overthrowing it can only in a revolution succeed in ridding itself of all the muck of ages and become fitted to found society anew.’
K.Marx and F.Engels, The German Ideology, (1845)

 

Gareth Edwards: Faster, Higher, Stronger: A Critical Analysis of the Olympics

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jun 12

 

For two weeks this summer London will play host to the Olympic Games. Against a backdrop of austerity-driven public spending cuts, thousands of athletes from more than 200 countries will contest 26 events, competing ‘in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and the honour of our teams’.

 

Lorcan Gray: Letter from France

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jun 12

 

The New Anti-Capitalist Party (NPA) was formed in 2009 as a coalition of several groups on the radical left in France. Its formation was hailed as a breakthrough for left unity and was seen by many in Europe as a blueprint for organising against the system in their own countries. Against the backdrop of global economic crisis the NPA was a welcome breath of fresh air and a new style of struggle in a country renowned for its workers’ fighting attitude.

 

John Molyneux: The Politics of the Socialist Party

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jun 12

 

Why are there two main organisations on the Irish radical left – the Socialist Workers Party and the Socialist Party? This is a question that many ask today.
Both organisations work together in the United Left Alliance which currently has ve TDs in Dail Eireann. But while working together in a common front against the right wing parties, neither the SWP or SP hide the differences that exist between them.

 

Donal Mac Fhearraigh: SYRIZA and the Rise of Radical Left-Reformism in Europe

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jun 12

 

The rise of SYRIZA, Greece’s Coalition of the Radical Left, in the May elections and in polls since, has electrified the left globally.

 

Dave O’Farrell: Review: Chris Stringer, The Origin of Our Species, Allen Lane, London, 2011

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jun 12

 

The topics of human evolution and the origins of human society have been of interest to Marxists since the time of Marx and Engels. The origins of modern human society have been an area of considerable debate on a number of fronts with Marx and Engels theories of a form of primitive communism existing in hunter gatherer societies often counter-posed with theories of humans as ‘naked apes’ with conflict and hierarchical structures being the norm.

 

Memet Uludag: Review: Paul Mason, Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions, Verso, London 2012

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jun 12

 

In September 2011, Pakinam Amer of the Egypt Today Magazine reported that ‘Before the revolution, Twitter had around 100,000 subscribers from Egypt. Shortly after, the figure jumped to 1.1 million, according to rough estimates released by internet experts in Egypt. Compared to 80 million [total population]...’

 

Cathy Bergin: Review: Terry Eagleton, The Event of Literature, Yale University Press, 2012

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jun 12

 

Despite the somewhat flippant tone in the introduction to his new book The Event of Literature, Terry Eagleton takes the oft derided question ‘can there be a definition of literature?’ very seriously indeed.

 

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