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Der blev fundet 19 artikler

Fra Socialist Review nr. 318

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André Eugène: Grand Rue

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André Eugène is a Haitian artist from the E. Pluri Bus studio in the capital, Port Au Prince

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: Less lethal weapon?

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In September the Home Office gave permission for a year long trial of taser electric shock weapons to non firearm trained police officers.

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: Raising the dead

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According to an Associated Press poll in February, the average US citizen believes the Iraqi death toll to be just 9,890.

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: Shocking behaviour

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Students are not allowed to talk to one another unless they have been noted as having been very well behaved. As the children suffer serious behavioural problems this reward does not come often.

 

Graham Turner + Patrick Ward: Frontlines – Financial Crisis: The global economy – solid as a rock?

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The recent ructions in financial markets and the collapse of Northern Rock have a familiar ring.

 

Lindsey German: In my view: Soft in the middle

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Anyone who has recently tried to obtain a mortgage or loan will have known Northern Rock long before the current crisis broke – it was a byword for favourable rates.

 

Iain Taylor: Feedback: Homelessness sweet homelessness

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In her column last month (In my view, Socialist Review, September 2007) Lindsey German implies several steps that might move us towards a solution to the present housing crisis.

 

Mike Barton: Feedback: Billy's bet

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Billy Hayes, in his article on old fashioned values (Union-made, Socialist Review, September 2007), made a bet – that "some of the best organised workplaces where members are the strongest, would be the place where the modern 'Owens' are making their case for a better future..."

 

Keith Shilson: Feedback: An insult to the Neanderthal

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I think Tim Sanders's and Keith Flett's rendering of Chris Harman's A People's History of the World in cartoon form should be congratulated for bringing this masterly work to an audience that would not necessarily attempt to read a 620 page book.

 

Ernesto Gonzalez: Letter from ...: Argentina

318

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When workers occupied the Chilavert printshop in Buenos Aires it was threatened with closure. Ernesto Gonzalez, a Chilavert printer, describes running the factory under workers' control.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Shaping the future in Venezuela

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As town square debates on Hugo Chavez's constitutional amendments rage in Venezuela, Mike Gonzalez considers whether they will deepen democracy or further centralise power.

 

Mark Serwotka: Union-made: Raising the stakes

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The sight of Gordon Brown greeting Margaret Thatcher warmly at the door of Number 10 must have left most Labour supporters aghast.
Mark Serwotka is general secretary of the PCS, the civil service workers' trade union.

 

Abbie Bakan: A rich history of revolution

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What can an internet-surfing generation learn from the struggle of workers, soldiers and peasants 90 years ago? Abbie Bakan celebrates the Russian Revolution of October 1917

 

Martin Empson: A to Z of Socialism: E is for Ecology

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The ecological relationship between human society and the planet's environment has become a major preoccupation for thousands of people around the world.

 

Brian Richardson: Interview: Stories of Black Britain in Pictures

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Author Paul Gilroy tells Brian Richardson why he hopes images of past moments of everyday life and struggle will inspire a new generation.

 

Chris Harman: In perspective: Artificial "human nature"

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We are encouraged to believe that capitalism is the natural and only way for people to live. But, unexpectedly, for all their faults, glimpses of other cultures in TV programmes like Tribe can show that there are alternative, more equitable ways of running society.

 

Michael Bradley: American Civil War: Architects of their own liberation

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Much has been written about the American Civil War, but less is known about the decisive role of black soldiers in the conflict. Michael Bradley unearths the role of free blacks and escaped slaves whose heroism helped secure victory against the Confederate South and ended slavery.

 

Chris Nineham: Interview: Naomi Klein: The Shock Doctrine

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Naomi Klein talks about her new book with Chris Nineham and discusses some of the controversies it has raised.

 

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