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Der blev fundet 39 artikler

Fra Socialist Review nr. 297

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jun 05

 

Editorial: Thrill on Capitol Hill

297

4

jun 05

 

The neo-cons got more than they bargained for when they invited George Galloway to Capitol Hill last month.

 

Editorial: The Logic of Mutiny

297

4

jun 05

 

The established political logic is that wars are vote winners, and that armies, whatever their private misgivings, do as they are told.

 

Andrew Burgin: Rebellion in the Ranks?

297

5

jun 05

 

Military families are forging a unique campaign against the Iraq war.

 

Ian Taylor: 'I Despise the Army Now'

297

6

jun 05

 

Soldiers and their families speak to Ian Taylor.

 

Neil Davidson: A History of Mutiny

297

7

jun 05

 

Award-winning historian Neil Davidson considers the precedents for army disaffection and revolt.

 

Lindsey German: Election breakthroughs: Only the Beginning

297

12

jun 05

 

This year's general election was a disaster for Blair and saw a significant breakthrough for the left.

 

Keith Flett: Election breakthroughs: Poplar 1921: Guilty and Proud of It

297

14

jun 05

 

Keith Flett explains how the Poplar councillors in the 1920s took on the government.

 

Mike Davis: Vigilante Man (Schwarzenegger)

297

16

jun 05

 

The Terminator-cum-governor of California proves himself a champion of immigrant-bashing.

 

Mark Curtis: Special Report: Africa's False Friends

297

18

jun 05

 

Mark Curtis condemns the neo-liberal assumptions of New Labour's development agenda.

 

Chris Harman: Special Report: The End of Poverty?

297

21

jun 05

 

We can make poverty history, but not if we accept the logic of market liberalization.

 

Tim Webb: Special Report: New Nukes are Bad News

297

23

jun 05

 

Tim Webb condemns Britain's nuclear proliferation.

 

Patrick Bond: Special Report: Imperialism's African Helpers

297

25

jun 05

 

Africa needs to break immediately from the most destructive circuits of global capital, and its leaders are on the wrong side.

 

Diverse: Letters: Democracy in the Dark (by John Witzenfeld)

297

29

jun 05

 

I found the interview of Philippe Sands (May SR) very interesting with his view clearly stated.

 

Diverse: Letters: More Fact than Fiction (by Ben Drake)

297

29

jun 05

 

I thoroughly enjoyed Mark Bould's article on HG Wells ('The Shape Of Things To Come', May SR) especially the opening War of the Worlds joke.

 

John Charlton: Letters: Mass Campaigning is Key

297

29

jun 05

 

Events in the East End of London and South Wales in the general election ('The Verdict on the Blair Project', May SR) remind us of a previous occasion when an official Labour candidate was defeated by a candidate to its left.

 

Pete Glatter: Letters: A Different Game?

297

29

jun 05

 

Mike Haynes's thoughtful article on the Putin leadership (May SR) was a welcome change from the superficial analysis of the mass media.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Art: Frida Kahlo: a Life

297

30

jun 05

 

There is much power and beauty in the work of Frida Kahlo, says Mike Gonzalez, who examines the life of this remarkable artist.

 

Menelik Shabazz: Arts Review: The English Patient (Black World festival)

297

33

jun 05

 

Menelik Shabazz welcomes the Black World festival.

 

Naz Massoumi: Arts Review: Film: Supermarket Sweep (Vit Klusak and Filip Remunda: 'Czech Dream')

297

34

jun 05

 

A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of consumerism – and when it comes to consumerism the giant supermarkets are first at the checkout.

 

Nigel Davey: Arts Review: Film: Military Fatigue (Robert Stone: 'Guerilla')

297

34

jun 05

 

With the end of the Vietnam War and the winding down of the anti-war movement many radicals were left twiddling their thumbs. It was during this time that newspaper heiress Patty Hearst was kidnapped in one of the most bizarre political moments of the 1970s.

 

Kevin Best: Arts Review: Film: Who's the Man (Mario Van Peebles: 'Baadasssss!')

297

35

jun 05

 

Baadasssss! is a movie about the making of a movie. Mario Van Peebles directs and plays the lead role. He knows the character inside out – the reason is, he's playing his own father.

 

Stephen Philip: Arts Review: Film: MovieNews

297

35

jun 05

 

Sin City – We Don't Live Here Anymore – piracy – new Von Trier – The Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael

 

Amy Lane: Arts Review: DVD: Dignity from the Gutter (Jean Vigo: "Complete Jean Vigo DVD box set")

297

36

jun 05

 

Jean Vigo is best remembered for his masterpiece L'Atalante, a conventional romance presented in his unmistakably anarchic fashion.

 

Jack Robertson: Arts Review: DVD: Screwball Success (Preston Sturges: 'Hail the Conquering Hero')

297

36

jun 05

 

An anthology of the best films made by American director Preston Sturges will be released for the first time on DVD over the next few months.

 

Tom Foot: Arts Review: Theatre: One in the Back (William Shakespeare: 'Julius Caesar')

297

37

jun 05

 

Stephen Philip: Arts Review: Theatre: The Dance Macabre (Robin Soans: 'Talking to Terrorists')

297

37

jun 05

 

Out of Joints' powerful new production Talking To Terrorists asks a simple enough question: what makes a terrorist a terrorist? What could drive someone to take up arms and kill for a political objective?

 

John Parrington: Books Review: Only Skin Deep (Vincent Sarich and Frank Miele: 'Race (The Reality of Human Differences)')

297

38

jun 05

 

Race is a social construct.

 

John Newsinger: Books Review: The Road to the Rising (David Lynch: 'Radical Politics in Modern Ireland')

297

39

jun 05

 

Nicola Field: Books Review: Sculpted in Stone (Dario Fo: 'My First Seven Years')

297

39

jun 05

 

Chris Bambery: Books Review: Preventing Mosley's Goal (Martin Pugh: 'Hurrah for the Blackshirts')

297

39

jun 05

 

Sue Jones: Books Review: Watts Going On (Walter Mosley: 'Little Scarlet')

297

40

jun 05

 

On 11 August 1965 a police traffic stop in the Watts area of Los Angeles, an largely black-populated area, provided the spark that ignited rioting which lasted for six days, leaving 34 dead, more than 1,000 injured, almost 4,000 arrested and hundreds of buildings destroyed.

 

John Charlton: Books Review: The Memory of Millions (Andrew Murray and Lindsey German: 'Stop the War')

297

40

jun 05

 

Ian Birchall: Books Review: Blast from the Past (Gene Fellner (ed.): 'Life of an Anarchist') (about Alexander Berkman)

297

41

jun 05

 

As Howard Zinn points out in his brief introduction to this volume, Alexander Berkman is one of the 'lost heroes of American radicalism'. The history of the US is a history of brutal class rule and imperialism, but also the history of those who fought back.

 

Pete Cannell: Books Review: Raise your Voice (Gill Hubbard and David Miller (eds.): 'Arguments against G8')

297

41

jun 05

 

Nick Howard: Books Review: State of Abuse (Liz Fekete: 'The Deportation Machine')

297

42

jun 05

 

For those who doubt the violence of what Bush and Blair call 'free and civilised' western states, this report from the Institute of Race Relations documenting the reality of deportation makes sobering reading.

 

Naomi Jones: Books Review: The Unbroken Chain of War (Toby Shelley: 'Endgame in the Western Sahara')

297

42

jun 05

 

Martin Empson: Martin's Web: Rich Pickings to Combat Poverty

297

43

jun 05

 

Edinburgh gears up for the protests against the G8.

 

Andrew Stone: Boys in the Hoodies

297

44

jun 05

 

New Labour and the fashion police should have more respect for the young.

 

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