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Frontpage (Socialist Review 4, July 1978)

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Contents (Socialist Review 4, July 1978)

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Alex Callinicos: Africa: The new scramble

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In the last decade of the nineteenth century Africa was torn off its historical course and dragged into the World capitalist system as rival European powers carved their colonial empires out of the continent. The ensuing ‘Scramble for Africa’ formed part of the build up to the first world war.

 

Doug Andrews + Mary Reid: Spain: No short cut

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The situation in Euskadi (the Basque country) continues to be at the centre of the political arena.

 

Richard Hyman: With apologies

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This table was omitted last issue from Richard Hyman’s article on the British Labour Movement since 1968.

 

Ahmad Darvish: Iran: Shaking up the regime

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For just under nine months now the regime in Iran has had to face the most widespread and determined campaign against it for fifteen years.

 

Paul Richards: Italy: Red in the face

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The last few weeks have seen the climax to a long political battle which has been going on for over a year. It’s an interesting story not least for the light it sheds on the present role of the Communist Party (PCI) in Italian society.

 

Fred Hall: The arms race: The numbers game

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The ‘massive Soviet military build-up’ in Europe has become a favourite them of ‘defence’ Experts in this country, and indeed in NATO countries generally.

 

Diverse: Letter from Mozambique

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This is in reply to Barry Mokgatle’s article (Socialist Review No.2) which highlighted a lack of information about Mozambique. We hope to fill a part of that gap in this article.

 

Olga Semyonova: Russia: ‘Fish rots from the heads’

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The men and women WHO were to form the Free Trade Union Association of the Soviet Working People met in Moscow at the end of 1977 in the queues of petitioners to the Central Committee of the CPSU.

 

Roger Huddle: Hard rain

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On RAR (Rock Against Racism)

 

Letters

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RAR (Rock Against Racism) + Bertolucci’s film: 1900

 

Bruce Birchall: Down with illusion!

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David Edgar’s thesis that the dominant forms in which drama conveying the dominant ideology, is cast, propels socialist writers along the path of seeking forms, which clearly differentiate themselves from the dominant ones – is a useful introduction to a much-needed debate being opened up, regarding the style and aesthetic that socialist writers adopt.

 

Paul O’Flinn: Book review: Craven and/or sinister

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Maxim Gorky, Karl Radek, Nikolai Bukharin, Andrey Zhdanov and others: Soviet Writer’s Congress 1934, Lawrence and Wishart, £2.75

 

Glyn Ford: Science in society: Even the truth is relative

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This article challenges one of the most deeply embedded myths in our culture—the idelalist notion that science and technology are neutral. This has been so widely assimilated that even socialists leave it untouched. Such pious defence cannot continue.

 

Richard Kuper: What sort of party: Organisation and participation

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In 1968 the International Socialism group transformed itself, after a five-month long debate and two conferences, from a federalist into a democratic centralist organisation.

 

Chris Harman: What sort of party: For Democratic Centralism

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Reply to Richard Kuper: Organisation and Participation (Socialist Review 4)
Richard Kuper’s case rests on six main arguments. Each seems at first sight to be almost unquestionable. Each is, in reality, fundamentally false and dangerous.

 

Polly Wilson: The Back Page: Why I am a socialist

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I think I am a socialist because I’ve got faith. I know it sounds a cliche but I have got faith that people will open their eyes and see that they possess the power to make their lives better and create a society which doesn’t use us.

 

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