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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 25

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Contents (ISJ 25, Autumn 1984)

25

1

sep 84

 

John Newsinger: Jim Larkin, syndicalism and the 1913 Dublin lockout

25

3

sep 84

 

The Dublin Lockout of 1913 is without any doubt the most important industrial struggle in Irish history. It was fought to determine who should be the dominant force in Home Rule Ireland: the trade unions led by Jim Larkin or the employers.

 

Peter Binns: Revolution and state capitalism in the third world

25

37

sep 84

 

Throughout the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s, third-worldism was an important current on the left. It was a response to events of enormous significance; more than half of humanity threw off the shackles of colonialism or the remnants of the old pre-capitalist social structure after the Second World War.

 

Colin Sparks: Towards a police state?

25

69

sep 84

 

Dave Lyddon: Demythologising the downturn

25

91

sep 84

 

Donny Gluckstein: A rejoinder to Alex Callinicos

25

108

sep 84

 

John Molyneux: Do working class men benefit from women’s oppression

25

117

sep 84

 

Chris Harman’s Women’s Liberation and revolutionary socialism (International Socialism 2:23) is in many respects an excellent summary of the Marxist case on the woman question.

 

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