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Frontpage (Socialist Review 1, April 1978)

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Contents (Socialist Review 1, April 1978)

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Why Socialist Review?

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After all, there are so many socialist publications already in existence. Why add yet another one?

 

Joanna Rollo + Alex Callinicos: Carter versus the miners

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Jimmy Carter was out into the White House by the votes of the oppressed and the exploited in American society.

 

David Shonfield: Steel: Job robbery

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Only days after concluding a ten per cent pay deal based on a 'jobs for pay' swop, the British Steel Corporation has succeeded in closing Cardiff's East Moors works at a very low cost.

 

David Turner: Economic briefing

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The mysterious case of the vanishing boom + Healey's budget sums

 

David Shonfield: UPW: Strange bedfellows

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Post office workers concerned with the Grunwick dispute have watched their dither, delay, sabotage and eventually fine them for taking action to black the company.

 

Philip Spencer + Ian Birchall: France: No left turn

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French workers face another five years of right wing rule after the legislative elections on 19 March.

 

Jean McNair: Paris by poster

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Paris, 12 March: If you walk through the streets of Paris you can see the excitement in the air.

 

Chris Harman: Merseyside: The testing ground

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Seven or eight years ago people on the left used to talk about Merseyside as the ‘Petrograd’ of Britain. It was the greatest centre of the militancy that broke through the last Labour government pay policy in 1969-70 and rocked the Tory government in 1972.

 

Tony Cliff: Interview: Where do we go from here?

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This interview with TONY CLIFF, a leading member of the Socialist Workers’ Party, is the first in a series with socialists of differing viewpoints on the state of the British Labour movement. The interview was conducted by Alex Callinicos.

 

David Edgar: Political theatre, part one

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1978 is the tenth anniversay of all sorts of important things. It is also the tenth anniversay of the beginnings of a small, perhaps not very important, but nonetheless quite remarkable phenomenon: the growth of the socialist theatre movemnet in Britain.

 

Paul Cunningham: Writers reviewed (Raymond Chandler): Why you should be a shamus

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Raymond Chandler wrote seven novels, a few dozen good short stories and created the most famous private detective of them all, Philip Marlowe.

 

Doug Andrews + Mary Andrews: Madrid letter

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Anyone who has much faith in Spain’s new ‘democracy’ should reflect on the case of the revolutionary magazine Saida.

 

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