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Northern Ireland: A History of Oppression

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Front page

 

Socialist Review 108 (April 1988)

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Content

 

Notes of the month: Fears for the future

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Notes of the month: Social security: Making the poor pay

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Notes of the month: Labour Party: Benn's Left alternative

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Notes of the month: Single union deals: A dangerous precedent

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Chris Harman: Thoughts that count

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When I was summoned for jury service I didn't believe Paul Foot when he told me how interesting I would find the experience. But interesting it was.

 

Andy Zebrowski: USSR: State of disunion

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The recent events in Armenia and Azerbaijan have shown that at the moment the nationalities question is the biggest problem for the ruling class in the USSR.

 

Duncan Blackie: South Africa: The enemy within

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Since the start of last year over 400 people have been killed in the fighting around Pietermaritzberg in South Africa between anti apartheid activists and the vigilante Inkatha movement.

 

Bob Light: 1968 Reviews: Flames of Revolt

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1968 was the year when the old order came under threat. Student revolt gave way to the mightier power of the working class, whose mass action confounded the experts. Reformism and Stalinism were shaken out of their complacency. Bob Light looks at the books written to commemorate the twentieth century.

 

Chris Bambery: Northern Ireland: A History of Oppression

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Following the murder of three Republicans in Gibraltar and the violence that followed at two Belfast funerals, politicians and press alike have painted a picture of two irrational tribes at each others' throats and the IRA and their followers as pathological killers. Chris Bambery argues that the roots of all the violence lies with the Northern Irish state itself and its British backers.

 

Peter Green: Questions on the Crisis: Conflict of interest

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Why do interest rates move up and down?

 

Chris Harman: To be and not to be

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The latest volume of the Marx-Engekls Collected Works brings together two of Engels's writings that were much promoted by Stalinism and, therefore, have tended to be distrusted by revolutionary Marxists since the mid-1950s – Anti-Dühring and The Dialectics of Nature. Chris Harman argues that both have much to teach revolutionaries today – providing they are read critically.
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Keith Flett: Chartism: Birth of struggle

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Gareth Jenkins: Review article: Prisoner of prejudice

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Richard Ellman: Oscar Wilde (Hamish Hamilton, £15)

 

Charlie Hore: Review: Eastenders – Superior soap

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Pat Stack: Stack on the back: Biblical knowledge

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