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Editorial (ISJ 2, Autumn 1978)

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1

sep 78

 

Response to the first issue of the new journal has been encouraging. Sales have been better than we expected and it has spurred a number of readers to turn themselves into contributors. In this issue we are publishing two responses to articles in IS2:1 – Andrew Collier in violent disagreement with Ian Birchall’s views on art, and Floya Anthias in rather less violent disagreement with Irene Bruegel’s views on what keeps the family going.

 

Andrew Collier: Partisanship and realism in art: a reply to Ian Birchall

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1

sep 78

 

A reply to Ian Birchall: "The Spectre of Zhdanov" in ISJ2:1

 

Mike Haynes: The resurrection of Nikolai Bukharin

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11

sep 78

 

On 13 March 1938 at 4 p.m. the Soviet Court trying Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin returned to pronounce him and his co-conspirators guilty as charged. Less than twenty-four hours later Bukharin, the man who Lenin had described as ‘a most valuable and major theorist … rightly considered the favourite of the whole Party’ was dead, executed by firing squad. With him died 17 of his fellow defendants in the third and greatest of the Soviet Purge Trials.

 

Chris Harman: Forward from 1968 – or back to 1928? A reply to Martin Shaw

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35

sep 78

 

A reply to Martin Shaw: "Back to the Maginot Line: Harman's New Gramsci" in ISJ2:1

 

Colin Sparks: Fascism and the working class: Part 1 – the German experience

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41

sep 78

 

The development of the National Front, and its apparent appeal to sections of the English working class, has provoked a considerable amount of discussion on the question of fascism. Marxists have generally argued that, as a social phenomenon, fascism is a ‘petit bourgeois’ movement, and we have regarded the National Front penetration of the working class as an historical ‘accident’ which they would move away from as they evolved into a traditional fascist movement. In this article, I want to examine rather more closely what we mean by considering fascism as ‘petit bourgeois’, and to examine the relationship between the German Nazis and the working class.

 

Diverse: Archive: Comintern Theses on Nationalisation and State Capitalism

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71

sep 78

 

Revolutionaries today face a problem. The long drawn out economic crisis means that again and again we are faced with the struggle against redundancies and factory closures. Individual firms – even giant firms – reach the brink of bankruptcy. There is no way they can keep going on a capitalist basis without vast cuts in the workforce and the pumping in of huge subsidies by the state. The demand of workers for jobs comes right up against the limits of the present organisation of the economy. Yet the old demand for going beyond those limits – the demand of nationalisation – often seems inadequate.

 

Floya Anthias: Does 'femininity' keep the family going

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79

sep 78

 

A reply to Irene Bruegel: "What keeps the family going?" in ISJ2:1

 

Alex Callinicos: ‘Marx’s “Capital” and Capitalism Today’ – a critique

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83

sep 78

 

A Cutler, B Hindess, P Hirst, A Hussein: ‘“Marx’s Capital and Capitalism Today’”

 

Contents (ISJ 2, Autumn 1978)

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