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Socialist Rewiew 381: Content

381

3

jun 13

 

Jan Blake: Exhibition: Saloua Raouda Choucair

381

2

jun 13

 

Although recognised in Lebanon today, this is the first major international showing of paintings and sculpture by the 97-year-old Choucair.

 

Socialist Rewiew 381: Editorial

381

3

jun 13

 

Weyman Bennett: After Woolwich

381

4

jun 13

 

The racist backlash after the murder of a soldier outside Woolwich barracks last month has been on a far greater scale than that following the 7 July 2005 bombings in London.

 

Riya Al’Sanah: Ethnic cleansing in the Negev

381

4

jun 13

 

Hundreds of the thousands of Bedouins who currently live in the south of Israel are now facing ethnic cleansing.

 

Sandy Nicoll: In My View: Are “Pop-Up” unions the way forward?

381

6

jun 13

 

The emergence of the Pop-Up union at Sussex University has raised important debates about how to organise in the unions and how to address the inertia of the union officials.

 

John Molyneux: Feedback: Revolutionary road

381

7

jun 13

 

I would like to make two points in response to Ed Rooksby’s article on realignment of the left (Feature, Socialist Review, May 2013).

 

Alan Watts: Feedback: Tottenham heil?

381

7

jun 13

 

I don’t remember the 1963 action by Bristol students against racism on the buses (SR, May 2013) but I do remember what we did about it in Tottenham, north London.

 

Ben Drake: Feedback: Yes we Keynes

381

7

jun 13

 

Thank you to Michael Roberts for his concise and timely critique of Keynesian alternatives to austerity (Feature, Socialist Review, April 2013).

 

Charlie Kimber: Peoples Assembly: what can it deliver?

381

8

jun 13

 

The People’s Assembly will be a focus for many wanting to see a fightback. Charlie Kimber argues this is welcome, but we need to address the role of trade union leaders and the Labour Party if we are to build a movement that can break the government and its savage austerity programme.

 

Jørn Andersen: A warning from Denmark

381

12

jun 13

 

What would a Labour goverment under Ed Miliband be like? One indication comes from Denmark. As Jørn Andersen explains, the Social Democrat-led government was elected in 2011 amid hopes for a real change. But instead the new government has launched a series of attacks on workers.

 

Sarah Ensor: Iceland’s Tories are back

381

14

jun 13

 

Sarah Ensor unpicks the myth that Iceland has taken an alternative route to austerity.

 

Mark Thomas: Which strategy for the left?

381

15

jun 13

 

In last month’s Socialist Review, Ed Rooksby, a supporter of the Left Unity initiative, put forward his view that a left government can play a key role in the fight for radical change. Mark L Thomas argues this ignores the role of the state.

 

Tash Shifrin: UKIP: A breeding ground for racism

381

18

jun 13

 

Ukip’s success in last month’s council elections underlined its move from the margins to a more significant force. Tash Shifrin looks at the roots of its emergence and how we should respond.

 

Mark Krantz: Can we beat the bedroom tax?

381

20

jun 13

 

In 1990 when Thatcher brought in the “Community Charge” we were told it was only “fair” that the “duke and his gardener pay the same”. The Community Charge was a flat rate council tax imposed on every individual in Britain, regardless of income.

 

Andrew Stone: History in the making?

381

21

jun 13

 

After provoking even headteachers to heckle him, Michael Gove’s plans for a new curriculum for school history look to be in trouble. Andrew Stone looks at the growing campaign against them.

 

Ian Birchall: What does it mean to be a Leninist?

381

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jun 13

 

In February’s issue of Socialist Review Alex Callinicos addressed the claim that Leninism is finished. Here, Ian Birchall responds to Alex arguing that he asks the question, but does not fully answer it.

 

Pat Carmody: Their propaganda and ours

381

30

jun 13

 

I joined my first organisation in 1971. The body had more than 2 million members in more than 20,000 branches and provided potentially life-saving information.

 

Siobhan Brown: Why Read The Civil War in France?

381

35

jun 13

 

The Paris Commune of 1871 was the result of the world’s first working class revolution. It survived for only two months but it was the most democratic and liberating government the world had seen up till that point.

 

Ian Birchall: A note on factions

381

 

jun 13

 

Alex Callinicos (“Is Leninism finished?” SR, February 2013) claims that during the recent internal debate in the SWP some comrades were “arguing for...a different model involving a much looser and weaker leadership, internal debate that continually reopens decisions already made, and permanent factions (currently factions are only allowed in the discussion period leading up to the annual party conference).”

 

Martin Empson: Landgrabbers

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jun 13

 

In 2011 the charity Oxfam estimated that in the previous decade around 227 million hectares of land had been bought up in large scale “land grabs”. This was mostly for the imposition of industrial agriculture.

 

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