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Irish Marxist Review 2015 Vol 4 Number 13

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jun 15

 

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John Molyneux: Irish Marxist Review Team and Contacts

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Irish Marxist Review is published in association with the Socialist Workers Party (Ireland), but articles express the opinions of individual authors unless otherwise stated. We welcome proposals for articles and reviews for IMR. If you have a suggestion please contact the editor.

 

Contributors (Irish Marxist Review 2015 Vol 4 Number 13)

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John Molyneux: Editorial (Irish Marxist Review 2015 Vol 4 Number 13): SYRIZA, Podemos, and the Left in Ireland

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As this issue of Irish Marxist Review is being prepared for the printers the latest round of negotiations between Syriza and the EU institutions seems to be coming to conclusion. At the precise time of writing (Tuesday 23 June) it seems almost, but not quite, certain that a deal is going to be agreed – though for how long the deal will last before the Troika come back for more concessions is another matter.

 

Andrew McLaren: The Housing Question revisited... yet again

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The recent declaration by the media of the appearance of a ‘housing crisis’ in Ireland, particularly in Dublin, is indeed evidence that our housing system is seriously failing.

 

John Molyneux: Lessons from the Egyptian Revolution

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The Egyptian Revolution of January 25 to February 11 2011 has been the greatest revolutionary struggle of the 21st century to date.

 

Brian O’Boyle: Interview: European Monetary Union – A Rod for the Backs of Working People

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In this interview, political economist, Brian O’Boyle, explains the class dynamics of European Monetary Integration, defending the idea that working people have nothing to gain from remaining within its current structures.

 

James O’Toole: Lenin’s What is to be Done? – a defence

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Lenin’s 1901 pamphlet What is to be Done? is still controversial. The book is used to provide illustration, by conservatives and liberals alike, for the argument that Lenin was an ‘elitist’.

 

Maeve McGrath: Ireland – the best small country in the world to exploit workers?

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Enda Kenny’s mantra may have been ‘the best small country in the world in which to do business’ but how does it look from a workers perspective?

 

Ruairi Gallagher: Review: Shulamith Firestone, The Dialectic of Sex

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The re-publication of the feminist classic by Shulamith Firestone is very timely, now that we are experiencing another wave of feminism sweeping the globe with a Whole new generation of young women taking an interest in feminist issues.

 

Ruairi Gallagher: Irish Partisans: Rapparees of the Williamite Wars, 1689-1691

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This article will analyse the Irish partisans that were active throughout the Williamite Wars in Ireland: the Rapparees. They differed somewhat from their Tory social-bandit predecessors, insofar as Rappareeism was more politicised and was recognised as a political force under the articles of the Treaty of Limerick signed in 1691.

 

Memet Uludag: Happy Ramadan!

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Some years ago a rumour arose regarding a visit Vladimir Lenin made to Ireland. The rumour proved false, but one person whose philosophy Lenin built his soviet ideals on, did visit Ireland.

 

Lily Murphy: Engels visits Ireland

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Some years ago a rumour arose regarding a visit Vladimir Lenin made to Ireland. The rumour proved false, but one person whose philosophy Lenin built his soviet ideals on, did visit Ireland.

 

Becca Bor: Review: Marnie Holborow, Language and Neoliberalism

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Language both reflects and shapes the mainstream ideas of the world in which we live. We hardly notice how powerful a tool language is in moulding the way we understand and relate to the world around us.

 

Paul O’Brien: Review: Leo Keohane, Captain Jack White: Imperialism, Anarchism and the Irish Citizen Army

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Captain Jack White was one of the minor players in Irish history but he is deserving of this interesting biography.

 

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