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'We really thought we could get rid of the government. It all semmed possible..!: The strike that shook a country

76

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maj 85

 

Is the Party over? – Enva Hoxha – Zionism – The peoples war – The Labour left in crisis

 

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76

2

maj 85

 

Notes of the month: The Labour Left: The boot goes in

76

3

maj 85

 

The Left in the Labour Party is under very serious attack. The attack comes not mainly from the Healeys and Hattersleys, but from erstwhile leftwingers.

 

Notes of the month: The Powell Bill: A noticeable absence

76

4

maj 85

 

If the deonstration against the Powell bill is anything to go by the women's movement is continuing its decline.

 

Notes of the month: Australia: From the jaws of victory

76

4

maj 85

 

Union busting is on trial for Australian employers. Their verdict will depend on the state of Queensland government's latest attempt to smash a well organised section of workers.

 

Marxism 85

76

5

maj 85

 

Notes of the month: Latin America: Wind of change in Peru?

76

5

maj 85

 

General elections in Peru have indicated a dramatic shift in the political mood.

 

Notes of the month: Greek election: The more things change ...

76

6

maj 85

 

The Greek Socialist PASOK government is going to the polls in an early elction this June. The election has been precipitated by the curious activities of the government and its leader Andreas Papandreou.

 

Nigel Harris: Thinking it over: The politics of famine

76

8

maj 85

 

Pete Clark: Pete Clark reports from Denmark: The strike that shook a country

76

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maj 85

 

Denmark on the Monday before Easter was like no other country in the world. A million workers, from a population of just five millions, were on strike.

 

James Archer: Sudan: The coup and after

76

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maj 85

 

Ten days of rioting followed by a three day general strike in Sudan last month finally toppled President Numeiri.

 

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