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Editorial (ISJ 3, Winter 1978)

3

1

dec 78

 

Nigel Harris: The Asian boom economies and the 'impossibility' of national economic development

3

1

dec 78

 

Colin Sparks: Fascism and the working class; Part 2 – the National Front today

3

17

dec 78

 

Part one of this article (International Socialism 2:2, Autumn 1978) dealt with the extent of Nazi penetration into the working class. It was shown that, contrary to many arguments, it is not essential for the working class to suffer a ‘defeat’ before fascist parties can grow. It was also shown that the core of the NSDAP was based upon the classic petit-bourgeoisie of Germany, and that this class accounted for the dominant proportion of its membership.

 

Joan Smith: Women's oppression and male alienation

3

39

dec 78

 

There are two questions which confront us with regard to the liberation of women. One is how we locate the origins of women’s oppression. Is it to be found in the institutions of the state and the family? Is it to be found in an autonomous patriarchy? Is it to be found in the sex-gender system? If each of these understandings is only partial then how is a fuller, deeper understanding to be synthesised?

The second question is how – as women – do we organise ourselves? Do we work within an autonomous women’s movement?; within an autonomous women’s movement and an existing political organisation (Labour Party, Communist Party, small revolutionary organisation)?; or do we build an independent communist women’s movement which is politically allied but organisationally distinct from a revolutionary party?

 

Peter Green: The necessity of value and a return to Marx: Part 1 – the theory of value

3

56

dec 78

 

Marx’s theory of value is the cornerstone of his whole investigation of capital. It is at this point that he breaks decisively with all bourgeois economics.

 

Paulo Petta: UFOs and Star Wars: the theory and practice of the Red Brigades

3

83

dec 78

 

Phil Marfleet: Reformism or the revolutionary party – the VS (Denmark) Conference

3

91

dec 78

 

During the first two weekends in November 1978, the Left Socialists (Venstresocialisterne – or VS) of Denmark held their 10th Congress in Copenhagen. There were 150 delegates and up to twice as many observers, including many from other sections of the Danish left. Also present were representatives from FK (Sweden), Inuit Ataqatigiit (Greenland) and SWP (Britain).

 

Diverse: OCT (France) & SWP: China: revisionism in power?

3

100

dec 78

 


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Graeme Grassie + Carole Ferrier: The struggle for democratic rights in Australia

3

110

dec 78

 

Contents (ISJ 3, Winter 1978)

3

1

dec 78

 

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