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Fra Socialist Review nr. 113

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Notes of the Month: Postal dispute: Signposts for the future?

113

3

okt 88

 

Notes of the Month: EEC: The wrokers' new friend?

113

4

okt 88

 

Notes of the Month: The City: The Jaws II jitters

113

6

okt 88

 

Notes of the Month: Ireland: New questions, old answers

113

7

okt 88

 

Chris Harman: Dialectically speaking: Marketing fantasy

113

9

okt 88

 

“MR WALESA”, an Independent editorial claimed in mid September, is under pressure from “a volatile younger generation hostile to socialism and eager to enjoy the fruits of free enterprise.”

 

Tony Cliff: Dark clouds and silver linings

113

10

okt 88

 

As the Tory attacks become more generalised a new mood of hostility towards Thatcher is growing among workers. A number of recent disputes suggests a growth in the confidence of workers. Tony Cliff, a leading member of the Socialist Workers Party, analysed these events at a recent national committee of the Party.
Here we reprint extracts from his speech.

 

Lance Selfa: USA: Battle of the bland

113

12

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Lee Sustar + Lance Selfa: USA: Where's Jesse?

113

13

okt 88

 

Andy Zebrowski: Poland: Turning the tables?

113

14

okt 88

 

Peter Green: Questions on the crisis: Crisis, what crisis?

113

16

okt 88

 

Duncan Hallas: The Decisive Settlement (1688, English revolution)

113

17

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1688 marked and important turning point in the history of Britain. The victory of William of Orange over James II in what came to be known as the Glorious Revolution marked the consolidation of bourgeois rule.
Duncan Hallas looks back at the events and the forces involved.

 

Lindsey German: What's wrong with patriarchy theory?

113

21

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Can women's oppression be explained by references to class?
Lindsey German not only argues yes, but challenges the idea that there is any other way of understanding women's role in capitalism.

 

John Molyneux: Labour laid bare (Tony Cliff & Donny Gluckstein: "The Labour Party – A Marxist analysis")

113

24

okt 88

 

Andy Wilson: Science and socialists: The core of Newton

113

26

okt 88

 

Peter Green: Sergei Eisenstein: Fire and passion

113

28

okt 88

 

‘Battleship Potemkin’ and ‘October’ are probably the two most fanous films ever to come out of Russia. Sergei Eisenstein directed both and is one of the greatest directors in the history of film. An exhibition of his work is currently on in London.
Pete Green wites about the life and work of Eisenstein.

 

Lawrence Wong: Sacrifice or struggle? (Martin Scorsese: "The Last Temptation of Christ")

113

30

okt 88

 

Pat Stack: Stack on the back: The law is the law (Scottish Labour Party)

113

36

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