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Fra Socialist Review nr. 367

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mar 12

 

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367

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mar 12

 

Exhibition: Picasso and Modern British Art (Tate Britain, London)

367

2

mar 12

 

This new exhibition at Tate Britain aims to consider the relationship between Picasso and British art. Picasso is displayed alongside prominent British artists spanning three generations who either worked with Picasso or were influenced by his later work.

 

Mark Thomas: Vital steps: the 28 March strike

367

4

mar 12

 

Suddenly, the government seems to be reeling from a number blows. Already embroiled in a bitter row over Andrew Lansley's plans to accelerate the opening up of the health service to competition and private health providers, it must have felt on firmer ground over its plans to force the unemployed to work for their benefits.

 

Jack Farmer: Cash in hand: The $7.7 trillion dollar question

367

4

mar 12

 

Think austerity is inevitable because there simply isn't enough money? Think again.

 

Estelle Cooch: Every little helps

367

5

mar 12

 

“A spirit of anti-capitalism stalks the land, a fire-breathing beast that has shrivelled Stephen Hester’s bonus in its nostril-blast, and scorched Fred Goodwin's knighthood, and now seeks whomever else it may devour.”

 

Alan Kenny: Electricians dispute: Sparks victorious!

367

6

mar 12

 

Electricians have won a stunning victory which should give hope to us all. After a six-month-long battle they have defeated the wage-cutting plans of multinational corporations.

 

Ian Taylor: In my opinion: The Sun isn’t shining

367

7

mar 12

 

The wheels continue to come off at News International. James Murdoch’s resignation as executive chairman is the latest blow. It came a few days after Metropolitan police deputy-assistant commissioner Sue Akers’ explosive account to the Leveson Inquiry of a “culture of illegal payments” to a “network of corrupt officials” by the Sun.

 

Bob Lloyd: Feedback: Getting rid of racism

367

8

mar 12

 

Talat Ahmed's excellent article on institutional racism (Feature, Socialist Review, February 2012) made a very important point about the relationship between personal racist attitudes among police officers and the institutional role of the police.

 

Feedback: A tale of two views

367

8

mar 12

 

I’ve read quite a few of Charles Dickens’s novels and I found the article about him and his writings very informative (Culture, Socialist Review, February 2012). However, I disagree that A Tale of Two Cities is weak.

 

Phil Webster: Feedback: Don’t forget Braverman!

367

8

mar 12

 

Overall, I agree with the positive review by Soren Goard of Dan Swain’s excellent new little book, Alienation: An Introduction to Marx’s Theory (Books, Socialist Review, February 2012).

 

Rizwan Atta: Letter from Pakistan

367

9

mar 12

 

Rizwan Atta looks at the growing tensions between the US and Pakistan and the outbreak of struggles from below.

 

Sotiris Kontogiannis: Eurozone crisis: Can Greek workers defy the bankers?

367

10

mar 12

 

Greeks must accept austerity, it is often argued, because the alternative would be worse. Sotiris Kontogiannis argues for a workers’ default against the bankers.
Alt. url: Euro-krisen: Kan græske arbejdere slå bankerne?

 

Gill George: The NHS Bill: A blueprint for destruction

367

13

mar 12

 

The government is in serious trouble over its plans for the National Health Service. Gill George explains exactly how the bill is intended to destroy the NHS as we know it.

 

Sylvestre Jaffard: Is this the end of Sarkozy?

367

16

mar 12

 

As the French presidential elections near, Sylvestre Jaffard charts the declining fortunes of Nicolas Sarkozy and looks at the dangers from the right, with the fascist Marine Le Pen buoyed by the polls, and the opportunities for the left to challenge neoliberalism and austerity.

 

Siobhan Brown + Regi Pilling + Dalia Said Mostafa: Women and revolution

367

18

mar 12

 

International Women’s Day, 8 March, was established by socialists to celebrate the struggles of working class women. We look at how the fight for women’s liberation and revolution has gone hand in hand with three great revolutions – in Russia in 1917, Spain in 1936-37 and Egypt today.

 

Jamie Allinson: Syria: between revolution and imperialism

367

21

mar 12

 

Both those who call for intervention and those who condemn the revolution in Syria are wrong. Jamie Allinson argues that Syrians can liberate themselves.

 

Miriyam Aouragh: Syria: Friend of the Palestinians?

367

22

mar 12

 

Miriyam Aouragh dismisses the claim that a revolution in Syria would be a disaster for the Palestinians.

 

The inside story: Facility time-out?

367

23

mar 12

 

Our new industrial columnist looks at a new Tory attack on the unions

 

Anne Alexander: The workers’ movement in Egypt

367

24

mar 12

 

A call for a general strike in Egypt on 11 February didn’t produce the desired effect. Yet the current strike wave shows no signs of abating. Anne Alexander looks at the strengths and weaknesses of Egypt’s new workers’ movement and the different forces attempting to shape it.

 

Mona Dohle: Economy class: Does money make the world go round?

367

35

mar 12

 

Money is a key factor in explaining inequalities in the world today. Rich people can pay for the best healthcare, education and lifestyle. It seems as though “money makes the world go round”. For those who want to challenge inequality, money is therefore an obvious target.

 

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