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Frontpage (Socialist Review 66, June 1984)

66

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jun 84

 

Test of steel

 

Marxism 84

66

2

jun 84

 

A week of meetings, discussions and debates 6-13 July 1984

 

Contents (Socialist Review 66, June 1984)

66

3

jun 84

 

Editorial: The Miners’ Strike: Crisis of leadership

66

3

jun 84

 

Four months of striking by the miners has had a substantial effect on the Labour movement. As the dispute develops into the most bitter and protracted struggle the NUM has fought since the General Strike, and into the hardest fought struggle against the Thatcher government ever to take place, a number of important lessons have become starkly clear.

 

Norah Carlin: The Miners’ Strike: Wives, mothers and fighters

66

5

jun 84

 

The miners’ strike has seen both very backward sexist attitudes from some miners and a wonderful mobilisation of miners’ wives and girlfriends to help win the strike.

 

Janet Ure-Smith: A J Cook and the limits of syndicalism

66

7

jun 84

 

Fleet Street thrives on images of Arthur Scargill as a power-crazed, egocentric madman. But Scragill is not the first miners’ leader to have newspaper editors foaming at the mouth. Here Jane Ure Smith recalls another.
(Page 8)

 

Andy Zebrowski: Industry: Getting in the mood

66

9

jun 84

 

The wave of small disputes in British Leyland is one example of a new mood of confidence amongst workers. Andy Zebrowski looks at the details.
(Side 10)

 

Dick North: News & Analysis: Teachers: Class struggle

66

11

jun 84

 

The past three months have seen a remarkable shift in the mood of teachers. The issue around which they have united is the claim for a 12½ percent salary increase. Dick North examines the background.
(side 12 | side 13)

 

Alan Gibbons: News & Analysis: Liverpool Council: Playing cat and mouse

66

14

jun 84

 

The local elections saw Liverpool Labour council make big gains. Alan Gibbons looks at how that has affected their ability to defy the Tories.

 

Curtis McNally: Euro-elections: More than just a bore

66

15

jun 84

 

The response of the average Socialist Review reader to any discussion to the Common Market, and especially of this month’s European elections, is certainly one of total boredom. In this, at least, we are at one with the masses, as Curtis McNally explains.
(side 16 | side 17)

 

Alex Callinicos: South Africa: Coming to terms with apartheid

66

18

jun 84

 

In the following pages we print two articles on South Africa. In the first Alex Callinicos looks at the background to the signing of the non-aggression pact between Mozambique and South Africa that has ended the hopes the ANC had of their guerilla strategy South Africa.
(side 19 | side 20)

 

Nigel Dickinson: South Africa: Breaking the chains

66

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jun 84

 

Botha’s recent visit serves as a reminder of the horrors of apartheid. Here, Nigel Dickinson looks at the force capable of ending the regime – the black South African working class.
(side 21 | side 22)

 

Paul McGarr + Ginny Holland: Students: Anti Nazi picket: A rat crawls out

66

23

jun 84

 

Events at North London Polytechnic have been making the news recently. Mass pickets by students to prevent NF organizer Pat Harrington from attending lectures have led to high court injunctions being issued, judges threatening to send students and staff at NLP to prison and riot police smashing their way into the the college. Paul McGarr and Ginny Holland look at the background.
(side 24)

 

Noel Halifax + John Lindsay: Gays: Stuck in the mire

66

25

jun 84

 

There have been a number of attacks on gay rights lately. Noel Halifax and John Lindsay report on the seizure of books by the Customs and Excise, and on the campaign to fight back.
(Side 26)

 

David Paenson: West Germany: Striking for the 35 hour week

66

27

jun 84

 

Over the past few weeks we have seen German workers on picket lines. David Paenson, of our German sister organisation the SAG, writes about the background.
(side 28)

 

Peter Binns: Central America: Reagan’s war game

66

29

jun 84

 

The arrival of Ronald Reagan will be hailed as a visit of the leader of the free world. Here Peter Binns looks at the other side of Reagan; his attempt tos to back right wing dictators and overthrow the popular regime in Nicaragua.
(side 30)

 

Pete Goodwin: The road to workers power: The most complete democracy

66

31

jun 84

 

Pete Goodwin looks at how workers move from striking against the system to overthrowing it and setting up their own state.
(side 32 | side 33 | side 34)

 

Noel Halifax: Book review: Red Ken’s gravy train

66

34

jun 84

 

Citizen Ken, John Carvel, Chatto & Windus £2.95

 

George Gorton: Book review: China on the surface

66

35

jun 84

 

Beijing street voices, David S G Goodman, Marion Boyars Ltd £5.95 + Alive in the bitter sea, Fox Butterfield, Coronet £4.50

 

Pete Goodwin: Back page: Rules of war

66

36

jun 84

 

Bruce Kent, general secretary of CND, has been addressing himself to members of the armed forces at Greenham Common. In a speech last month (published in The Guardian) he urged them ‘if no other course of action is possible refuse to obey illegal and immoral cruise-missile related orders’.

 

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