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Editorial (ISJ 7, Winter 1979)

7

1

dec 79

 

Several articles in our present issue continue debates previously raised in our pages.

 

Dave Beecham: The ruling class offensive

7

1

dec 79

 

Dave Beecham takes a look behind the enemy’s lines in the class struggle in Britain today.

 

Mike Haynes + Peter Binns: New theories of Eastern Europe class societies

7

18

dec 79

 

Peter Binns and Mike Haynes critically examine a growing consensus between Marxist oppositionists in the east and some independent western Marxists who have decisively rejected Maoist and ‘Orthodox’ Trotskyist accounts of those countries, but who have equally not yet been convinced of the theory of state capitalism. The article argues that these new views are not just mistaken, but also dangerous, leading, if taken up consistently, to a reformist strategy in the west.

 

Andrew Collier: Lacan, psychoanalysis and the left

7

51

dec 79

 

The history of the relations between Marxist and psychoanalytical movements has been a complex one. Movements with different – though compatible – objectives, arising in different social circles, and arousing different ideological resistances in their audiences: combinations of them could not be expected to develop immediately

 

Nigel Harris: Deindustrialisation

7

72

dec 79

 

A spectre is haunting the treasuries of the advanced capitalist countries. It is not yet, regrettably, the spectre of proletarian revolution, but of the obsolescence of capitalism itself, or rather of its great productive engine, industry. In Britain, the trend is known as ‘deindustrialization’.

 

Geoff Hodgson: Britain's crisis and the road to international socialism – a reply to Jonathan Bearman

7

82

dec 79

 

The article that has provoked the greatest interest has been Jonathan Bearman's "Anatomy of the Bennite Left", which was published in our last issue. In this issue we publish the first of a number of responses, this one by Geoff Hodgson, the prospective Labour candidate for Manchester (Withington).

 

Lin James: Women and the revolutionary party

7

95

dec 79

 

Lin James and Bob Lloyd argue against Joan Smith's analysis of women and the family (ISJ2:3, pp. 39-54).

 

Bob Lloyd: The Holy Family

7

100

dec 79

 

Lin James and Bob Lloyd argue against Joan Smith's analysis of women and the family (ISJ2:3, pp. 39-54).

 

Debate on the European Revolutionary Left: Introduction

7

108

dec 79

 

Chris Harman’s article The Crisis of the European revolutionary left (International Socialism 2 : 4) has aroused interest on the part of revolutionaries in several countries. Written comments have been received from several sources, including the one from Riccardo Albione (DP, Italy) published in our last issue, but perhaps the most interesting development has been a conference, held in Paris in October, which took Harman’s article as the main starting point.

 

Bernard Navaculles (OCT, France): Crisis of the revolutionary left: a view from France

7

110

dec 79

 

Chris Harman’s article on the Crisis of the revolutionary left in Europe (International Socialism no. 2 : 4, Spring 1979) sheds light on a discussion which is crucial for militants. It is a fact that since 1976 the organisations which were born around 1968 have been, each in turn, afflicted by the same ailments, with similar symptoms, and without doubt due to similar causes.

 

MC (Movimiento Comunista, Spain): On the crisis of the new revolutionary left in Europe

7

115

dec 79

 

We will begin with two qualifications. The ‘revolutionary left’ is not a homogenous grouping. It includes various organisations that emerged in the 60s and 70s, all of them opposed to the old reformist parties, but not always clearly distinguished from them politically and ideologically. Furthermore the appearance and development of these new parties was powerfully affected by the various national conditions.

 

SWP Visitors: The FI’s XIth World Congress

7

120

dec 79

 

The First Congress of the Fourth International was held in 1938. In the forty-one years between then and the XIth World Congress there have been major wars, revolutions and social upheavals of all kinds. It is most unlikely that the next forty years will be any less stormy. It is therefore a matter of some importance to examine closely the nature and possibilities of an organisation whose claim is that it is “The World Party of Socialist Revolution.”

 

Content (ISJ 7, Winter 1979)

7

1

dec 79

 

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