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Editorial (ISJ 9, Summer 1980)

9

1

jun 80

 

This issue of the journal has been expanded by another 16 pages, mainly to accommodate two major articles: Alex Callinicos and John Rogers on Southern Africa after Mugabe, and Chris Harman on Theories of the Crisis. The latter is the first of a three part enterprise on the theme of locating the crisis.

 

John Rogers + Alex Callinicos: Southern Africa after Mugabe

9

1

jun 80

 

Wednesday, 27 February 1980 – the first day of the Zimbabwean general elections. At the main polling station in Salisbury’s Harare township, a huge queue of black voters awaited their turn impatiently. Walking along this winding line of people we were welcomed by a chorus of cock-crows and cries of ‘Jongwe!’ ‘Jongwe’ is the Shona for ‘cock’; this bird was the symbol of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF), the party which was to win a landslide victory in these elections

 

Chris Harman: Theories of the Crisis

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45

jun 80

 

It is now six years since the worst recession since World War II hit the western economies. A new recession is now developing, even though in most countries there has not been anything like sustained recovery from the last recession. The rate of growth in the ‘post-recession’ year, 1978, was less than the average for boom and slump years prior to 1973.

 

Robin Blackburn: Class forces in the Cuban Revolution: a reply to Peter Binns and Mike Gonzalez

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81

jun 80

 

“Cuba, Castro and Socialism” by Peter Binns and Mike Gonzalez (International Socialism 2:8) represents, in certain limited respects, an advance on the analysis of the Cuba revolution to be found in the pages of International Socialism.
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Pete Goodwin: Beyond the fragments

9

95

jun 80

 

It is now something like a year since the publication of Beyond the fragments by Sheila Rowbotham, Lynne Segal and Hilary Wainwright. It has had, on the face of things, a striking success.

 

Daniel Bensaïd: The roots of the crisis

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118

jun 80

 

The extreme left in Europe is in crisis. The description of it given in Chris Harman’s article (IS 2 : 4) is a significant one.

 

Mike Gonzalez + Peter Binns + Nigel Harris: Notes and Letters: Cuba

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128

jun 80

 

Letter from Nigel Harris on Cuba, Castro and and Socialism in ISJ 2:8 + reply from authors

 

Duncan Hallas: Notes and Letters: Eastern European class societies

9

128

jun 80

 

Comment on "New theories on Eastern European class societies" in ISJ 2:7

 

Colin Sparks: Raymond Williams, Culture and Marxism

9

131

jun 80

 

Raymond Williams is Professor of Drama at the University of Cambridge. Surprisingly, for one holding such a position, he claims to stand within the tradition of Marxism. He is a frequent contributor to New Left Review and the editors of that journal have recently published a 400-page book of interviews with him. Part of the publishers’ blurb says that he is ‘the most productive and most influential socialist writer in England today’. There is no way of knowing if that statement is true, but Williams is certainly widely read: his book Culture and Society, first published in 1958, still sells an average of 5–6,000 copies a year.

 

Contents (ISJ 9, Summer 1980)

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