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Frontpage: The Last Straw

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Contents

 

Marxism 2000 – the biggest anti-capitalist conference in Europe – 7-14 July central London

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Editorial: A familiar feeling

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Hazel Croft: Ireland: Mandelson's monsters

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Between the lines (Zimbabwe, buses, comic strips)

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Neve Gordon: Middle East: Withdrawal symptoms

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Trade Unions: The tide is turning

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Carry on regardless

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Chris Harman: Thinking it through: Fight the power

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Chris Harman on intervention in Sierra Leone

 

Mike Diboll: Asylum seekers: Labour's racism: the last straw

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A Tory and New Labour auction to introduce more draconian measures against refugees and asylum seekers is creating a repressive and racist atmosphere. Mike Diboll looks at the truth behind the hysteria.

 

Elane Heffernan: Asylum seekers: Scapegoat time again

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A Tory and New Labour auction to introduce more draconian measures against refugees and asylum seekers is creating a repressive and racist atmosphere. Elane Heffernan asks, why now?

 

Rob Hoveman: Elections: Blair's bad result

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The May elections underlined deep dissatisfaction with Labour and the beginning of a polarisation between left and right. Rob Hoveman assesses the left vote.

 

Mike Simons: Elections: Greens: the test still ahead

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Martin Smith: Car industry: Getting back on the tracks

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As a stay of execution is granted to Rover workers, and 5,000 jobs are threatened at Ford Dagenham, Martin Smith assesses the balance of forces in the car industry.

 

Jon Flaig: Industry: Strike sparks a fightback

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Jon Flaig reports on the recent electricians' strike at Pfizer

 

Dragan Plavsic: Balkans: Green shoots of resistance

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Opposition in the Balkans looked at by Dragan Plavsic

 

Kevin Ovenden: The politics of protest (interview: Pierre Bourdieu)

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Pierre Bourdieu has become a leading figure in the radical movements that have swept France in the last few years. He talked to Kevin Ovenden about anti-capitalism and resistance.

 

Mike Haynes: World Bank: Insider dealing

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Mike Haynes conducts a (one-sided) conversation with the former chief economist of the World Bank

 

David McNeill: Letter from Japan: Land of the falling yen

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Japan has gone from being the miracle economy of the 1980s to being the sick man of capitalism today. David McNeill reports on what is going wrong.

 

Nick Wall: Black movement: Streets of fire

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Nick Wall tells the story of the brutal repression of a radical black organisation.
Further information: www.calyx.com/~refuse/mumia/movestory.htm.

 

Mike Gonzalez: (Arts Review:) Cultural currents: No right to roam

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Mike Gonzalez looks at the myths behind the 'heritage industry'

 

Chris Nineham: (Arts Review:) Exhibition: The power of art (Tate Modern)

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Neil Harrison: (Arts Review:) Exhibition: No place for heroes (Owain Glyn Dwr 1400-2000, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth)

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Pete Ainsley + Sonia Carroll: (Arts Review:) Film: Thorn in the side (Interview Ken Loach about "Bread and Roses")

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Ken Loach spoke to Pete Ainsley and Sonia Carroll about his forthcoming film, Bread and Roses, which is about striking immigrant workers in Los Angeles

 

Rachel Aldred: (Arts Review:) Film: Anger into energy ("The Filth and the Fury". Dir: Julien Temple)

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"The Filth and the Fury" is a documentary about the Sex Pistols.

 

Sean McVeigh: (Books Review:) 'Don't ever stop a Protestant band again' (Graham Ellison and Jim Smyth: "The Crowned Harp")

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The real history of the RUC

 

Gareth Jenkins: (Books Review:) The subject of history (George Lukács: "A defence of 'History and Class Consciousness'")

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Alan Gibson: (Books Review:) Empty vessels (Norman Fairclough: "New Labour, New Language?" + Andrew Scott: "Running on Empty")

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Talat Ahmed: (Books Review:) The subversive stitch (Naila Kabeer: "The Power to Choose")

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Angela McCormick: (Books Review:) Partners in crime (Neil Davidson: "The Origins of Scottish Nationhood")

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Mike Hobart: (Books Review:) The art of jazz (Valerie Wilmer: "As Serious as Your Life")

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Valerie Wilmer's study of the 1960s jazz scene in New York was first published in 1977.

 

Colin Wilson: (Books Review:) Education, education, education (John Batchelor: "John Ruskin" + Geoff Andrews, Hilda Kean and Jane Thompson (Ed.): "Ruskin College")

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Diverse: Letters: Some home truths for Labour (from Piers Corbyn + from Alex Wearmouth)

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Gareth Jenkins: Red Letter Days: 22 June 1848 – Paris at the barricades

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Pat Stack: Stack on the back: Bowled out by their own spin

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Pat Stack considers elections: For a party obsessed with electoral success, New Labour is faring badly

 

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