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Contents (ISJ 41, Winter 1988)

41

1

dec 88

 

Mike Haynes: Nightmares of the market

41

3

dec 88

 

From Kinnock to Gorbachev we're told those who support the market hold the key to our future. Yet, West or East, wherever the market has been given its head the cost to working people has been massive.
Mike Haynes shows that in Chile, once the showpiece of monetarism, and in Yugoslavia and Hungary – the great hope of market socialists – society is being ripped apart by market forces.

 

Andy Zebrowski: Solidarity at the crossroads: Introduction by Andy Zebrowski + Interview with Maria Pinior + Interview with Zuzanna Dabrowska

41

47

dec 88

 

The importance of the arguments put forward in "Nightmares of the Market" become obvious on reading the articles collectively titled "Solidarity at the Crossroads". These interviews with leaders and members of the Polish Socialist Party show not only the courage and heroism of those fighting the Polish regime, but also how the myth of the market has effected even the left in Solidarity.
This debate with the Polish left – partly a response to the article "Glasnost – before the storm" in International Socialism 39 – is crucial, as Andy Zebrowski explains in his introduction.

 

Solidarity at the crossroads: The birth of the Polish Socialist Party (discussion with PPS members)

41

61

dec 88

 

The importance of the arguments put forward in "Nightmares of the Market" become obvious on reading the articles collectively titled "Solidarity at the Crossroads". These interviews with leaders and members of the Polish Socialist Party show not only the courage and heroism of those fighting the Polish regime, but also how the myth of the market has effected even the left in Solidarity.
This debate with the Polish left – partly a response to the article "Glasnost – before the storm" in International Socialism 39 – is crucial, as Andy Zebrowski explains in his introduction.

 

Piotr Ikonowicz: Solidarity at the crossroads: The courage of ideological thinking

41

69

dec 88

 

The importance of the arguments put forward in "Nightmares of the Market" become obvious on reading the articles collectively titled "Solidarity at the Crossroads". These interviews with leaders and members of the Polish Socialist Party show not only the courage and heroism of those fighting the Polish regime, but also how the myth of the market has effected even the left in Solidarity.
This debate with the Polish left – partly a response to the article "Glasnost – before the storm" in International Socialism 39 – is crucial, as Andy Zebrowski explains in his introduction.

 

Solidarity at the crossroads: Which road for Polish Socialists? (A discussion with members of the Polish Socialist Party)

41

79

dec 88

 

The importance of the arguments put forward in "Nightmares of the Market" become obvious on reading the articles collectively titled "Solidarity at the Crossroads". These interviews with leaders and members of the Polish Socialist Party show not only the courage and heroism of those fighting the Polish regime, but also how the myth of the market has effected even the left in Solidarity.
This debate with the Polish left – partly a response to the article "Glasnost – before the storm" in International Socialism 39 – is crucial, as Andy Zebrowski explains in his introduction.

 

Jack Robertson: Socialists and the unions (John Kelly: "Trade Unions and Socialist Politics")

41

97

dec 88

 

In both "Are the unions in decline?" and "Socialists and the unions" Andy Strouthous and Jack Robertson attack the idea that there is an irreversible change in the class structure which has deprived the working class of its power to change society. These ideas, associated with Marxism Today but enjoying a wide circulation in the Labour Party, were also the subject of Ann Roger's "Is there a new underclass" in our last issue.
John Kelly, author of 'Trade Unions and Socialist Politics', has sharp disagreements both with the Marxism Today thesis and the ideas argued by this journal. He will be replying to Jack Robertson's review in the next issue.

 

Andy Strouthous: Are the unions in decline?

41

113

dec 88

 

In both "Are the unions in decline?" and "Socialists and the unions" Andy Strouthous and Jack Robertson attack the idea that there is an irreversible change in the class structure which has deprived the working class of its power to change society. These ideas, associated with Marxism Today but enjoying a wide circulation in the Labour Party, were also the subject of Ann Roger's "Is there a new underclass" in our last issue.

 

Richard Bradbury: What is post-structuralism?

41

147

dec 88

 

An article on the philosophical position behind much of the "farewell to the working class" school of thought – post-structuralism.

 

Colin Sparks: Theatrical Reformism (Michael Holroyd: "George Bernard Shaw The Search for Love 1856-1898")

41

165

dec 88

 

An analysis of socialist playwright George Bernard Shaw.

 

Editorial (ISJ 41, Winter 1988)

41

1

dec 88

 

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