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Socialist Rewiew 380: Content

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3

maj 13

 

Exhibition: FABRIC-ATION (Yinka Shonobare)

380

2

maj 13

 

Combining sculpture, painting, collage and film, this is the first major exhibition of London-born Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare.

 

Socialist Rewiew 380: Editorial

380

3

maj 13

 

Michael Bradley: Mind the gap

380

4

maj 13

 

The period since the mass strike on 30 November 2011 has been one of huge frustration for many trade union activists. While the Tory assault develops we have seen almost eighteen months of intermittent strike action, though of course nothing on the scale necessary to stop the attacks.

 

Kim Yeong-Ik: Crisis in Korea

380

4

maj 13

 

The increasing tensions on the Korean peninsula over the last few months have brought a renewed sense of insecurity to many in the region.

 

Korea by numbers

380

4

maj 13

 

GDP of North Korea £12 billion
Defence budget of South Korea £13 billion
Data taken from the CIA factbook

 

Simon Assaf: Syria: the vultures circle

380

6

maj 13

 

There is growing alarm in Israel, the West and its Arab allies at the turn of events in Syria.

 

Kevin Doogan: The Inside Story: Zero security?

380

7

maj 13

 

There are two conflicting accounts of what has happened in the labour market since the onset of the Great Recession. It will amaze Socialist Review readers but there is a story doing the rounds that we are in the middle of a “jobs boom”.

 

Paul Burnham: Feedback: What kind of change in Turkey?

380

8

maj 13

 

Roni Margulies’s article All change in Turkey (Feature, Socialist Review, April 2013) has been required reading here in North London where a highly-politicised local Kurdish community holds regular marches with sit-downs whenever there are provocations in Turkey.

 

Diverse: Feedback: Bedfellows

380

8

maj 13

 

I found John Davies’s account of Leeds Hands off our Homes in the last issue very useful (Frontlines, Socialist Review, April 2013).

 

Diverse: Feedback: Homage to Catalunya

380

8

maj 13

 

In mid-April I had the great honour of meeting David Fernandez at the entrance of Idees per canviar el món (ideas to change the World) organised by En Lluita (the SWP’s sister organisation in Spain).

 

Brian Richardson: The Politics of Immigration

380

9

maj 13

 

Brian Richardson examines the battle lines being drawn around immigration.

 

Charlie Kimber: Extract from updated pamplet: No to immigration controls

380

12

maj 13

 

Bookmarks are updating and reprinting the pamphlet Immigration: The Myths Spread to Divide Us by Charlie Kimber. Here we reprint an extract.

 

Charlie Kimber: The resistible march of Thatcher

380

12

maj 13

 

The death of Margaret Thatcher was greeted by celebrations across the country, while the ruling class went into a frenzy as they attempted to defend her legacy. Here Charlie Kimber looks at that legacy.

 

Jane Hardy: Thatcher’s economic legacy

380

15

maj 13

 

When Thatcher was elected in 1979 the fortunes of British capitalism were lagging behind its competitors after decades of poor performance.

 

Mirfat Sulaiman: South Yemen: a clash of wills

380

16

maj 13

 

The struggle in South Yemen for independence from the North continues to be way down the agenda of the international media. Mirfat Sulaiman reports on a rising revolutionary tide which no amount of repression seems capable of stemming.

 

Jerry Hicks – a rank and file challenge: now organise!

380

18

maj 13

 

Jerry Hicks stood as a rank and file candidate in the recent elections for the general secretary of Unite, the biggest union in Britain. He received 79,819 votes, 36 percent of the vote. Socialist Review spoke to Jerry about why he stood and the lessons of the campaign.

 

Martin Upchurch: Protest-movements: Remembering the Bristol bus boycott

380

21

maj 13

 

Fifty years ago this month a few committed activists from Bristol's 3,000-strong black community launched a remarkable and ultimately successful campaign.

 

Ed Rooksby: Why it’s time to realign the left

380

22

maj 13

 

Radical left parties such as Syriza in Greece and the Front De Gauche in France have made significant gains recently. But what about Britain? Socialist film maker Ken Loach has recent issued a call for a new left party to be formed here too. Ed Rooksby, one of the supporters of the call, explains why he thinks the time is right to launch such a party and what its aims should be.

 

Pat Stack: Book review: Graham Stewart: Bang!

380

25

maj 13

 

There is a need for a serious study of the 1980s to be written, and Graham Stewart cannot be faulted for trying to capture much of the politics, culture and social change of the decade. Sadly however, he does it from a perspective so adoring of Margaret Thatcher that I suspect George Osborne's copy will be smudged by tear stains on almost every page.

 

Shirley Franklin: Book review: God Bless the NHS

380

26

maj 13

 

Roger Taylor, a former Financial Times journalist who established a private company, now part-funded by the NHS, has a disdain for health activists and a commitment to privatisation.

 

Riya Al’Sanah: Book review: Generation Palestine

380

26

maj 13

 

In 2005 more than 170 Palestinian civil society organisations launched a call to boycott, divest from and sanction Israel (BDS), mirroring the campaign against apartheid South Africa.

 

Andrew Stone: Book review: Priests of Our Democracy

380

27

maj 13

 

Contrary to the common focus on the Hollywood Ten and nuclear spies, the most numerous victims of the McCarthyite witch-hunts in the US in the 1950s were public sector workers, and educationalists in particular.

 

Pura Ariza: Book review: Cuts, Privatization and Resistance

380

27

maj 13

 

How do we fight back against local government cuts? How do we bring industrial campaigns together with anti-cuts protesters? How do we build a broad anti-austerity movement?

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: Book review: Hidden Stories of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry

380

28

maj 13

 

Twenty years ago this month Stephen Lawrence was struck down by racist attackers and died on the pavement in Well Hall Road in south east London.

 

Jeff Jackson: Book review: Spartacus

380

28

maj 13

 

In 73BC a small group of Gladiator slaves revolted and escaped from a gladiator training prison in the Roman city of Capua, within the space of just over two years the rebellion was joined by up to 70,000 slaves.

 

Jack Farmer: Book review: Classic read: The Great Gatsby

380

29

maj 13

 

“There was music from my neighbour’s house through the summer nights. In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.”

 

New in paperback and children’s books

380

29

maj 13

 

Bloody Nasty People – Bring Up The Bodies – The Sacrifice – Ketchup Clouds

 

Simon Behrmann: Wagner: ring of change

380

30

maj 13

 

The musical dramas of Richard Wagner, whose 200th birthday is being celebrated this year, are among the most popular works of classical music today. They are regularly staged at all the major opera houses, and tickets sell out fast.

 

Rhys Williams: Exhibition: Souzou: Outsider Art From Japan

380

31

maj 13

 

Souzou presents works that are often of a very personal nature, not always intended for exhibition or the art market.

 

Andy Brown: Exhibition: Paris 1901: Becoming Picasso

380

32

maj 13

 

In 1901, a 19-year-old Picasso, his self-confidence so clearly displayed in the self-portrait Yo Picasso, broke into the Paris art scene.

 

Chris Everitt: Music review: Monkey Minds In The Devil’s Time

380

32

maj 13

 

Steve Mason’s superb second solo album sees him make a welcome return to a more experimental style that characterised his former combo the Beta Band.

 

Nahella Ashraf: Film: The Condition of the Working Class

380

33

maj 13

 

So often working class people are told what their lives are like and, in most cases, what’s wrong with their lives. Here is a film that shows working class people telling their stories as you rarely see them.

 

Review: Five things to see this month

380

33

maj 13

 

Jaz Blackwell-Pal: Theatre: The Low Road

380

34

maj 13

 

When Dominic Cooke took over as artistic director of the Royal Court Theatre in 2006 he announced his intention to produce plays which “explore what it means to be middle class...and what it means to have wealth”.

 

#bestoftheweb

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34

maj 13

 

Mark Thomas: Why read Wage-Labour and Capital?

380

35

maj 13

 

Karl Marx’s pamphlet Wage Labour and Capital first appeared as a series of articles in Neue Rheinische Zeitung, the newspaper that Marx edited during the 1848-9 revolution that swept Germany and Europe.

 

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