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Contents (ISJ 16, Spring 1982)

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mar 82

 

Duncan Hallas: Revolutionaries and the Labour Party

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1

mar 82

 

The aim of this article is a modest one. It is to clarify the attitudes revolutionaries have taken towards the Labour Party, to review the experience and to assess the situation of today. In particular, the problem of what is called entrism – revolutionary organisations operating inside the Labour Party – is considered in some detail.

 

Chris Harman: State capitalism, armaments and the general form of the current crisis

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37

mar 82

 

The greatest sustained boom in its history. That was the experience of the world capitalist system from the 1940s to the early 1970s. Country after country experienced enormous economic growth. The American gross national product grew until it was three times as great in 1970 as it had been in 1940; German industrial output grew five fold from the (depressed) level of 1949; French output four fold. Even the miserable, long declining British economy was producing about twice as much at the end of the long boom as at the beginning.

 

Chris Bambery: Some notes on Northern Ireland a year after the Hunger Strikes

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89

mar 82

 

One year after the second H-Block Hunger Strike reached its bitter climax with the death of Bobby Sands, the memory of the 10 dead Hunger Strikers has cast a dark shadow over the Catholic ghettoes of Northern Ireland. The mass demonstrations lie in the past as does the belief of 12 months ago that surely Britain’s days in Ireland were now numbered.

 

Alex Callinicos: Trotsky’s Theory of Permanent Revolution and its relevance to the Third World Today

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98

mar 82

 

Trotsky’s theory of permanent revolution is one of the half a dozen most important contributions to Marxism since the time of its founders. The appearance of a serious study of the theory by Michael Löwy, the author of excellent books on the young Marx and on Lukacs, is, therefore, to be welcomed.

 

Ian Birchall: Terry Eagleton and Marxist literary criticism

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113

mar 82

 

The last decade has seen the production of a considerable amount of work in the area of Marxist aesthetics and literary criticism. This work has been very uneven in quality and in general has revealed serious limitations. A brief historical sketch, necessarily schematic, may help to put this work into some sort of context.

 

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