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Editorial (ISJ 51, Summer 1991)

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jun 91

 

Chris Harman: The state and capitalism today

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jun 91

 

The last decade is seen as a time when the state was rolled back and the ‘free market’ took over. In Britain and the US, Eastern Europe and the Third World, the ruling class talks of privatisation as the solution to the economic crisis. But as Chris Harman explains, the interdependence of capital with the nation state is most crucial today as it was in capitalism’s early days. He examines the relationship between capital and the state, from its early days through to the globalisation of capital and the spread of multinational corporations. He shows how these trends are underpinned by political structures and supported by military might, as the recent Gulf war vividly demonstrated.

 

Alex Callinicos: The end of nationalism?

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57

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Nigel Harris’ recent book ‘National Liberation’ is reviewed by Alex Callinicos. He takes issue with Harris’ argument that the globalisation of capital has led to a greater disassociation of capital and the state. And he disputes the claim that such globalisation will undermine the factors which give rise to national liberation movements.

 

Sharon Smith: Feminists for a strong state?

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Catharine MacKinnon: “Toward a Feminist Theory of the State”
The Marxist theory of women’s oppression is defended by American socialist Sharon Smith, as it comes under attack by Catharine MacKinnon in her recent book ‘Toward a Feminist Theory of the State’. Smith asserts that it is class society which is at the root of women’s oppression, and working-class men have no stake in maintaining the family or womens’ oppression.

 

Sue Cockerill + Colin Sparks: Goodbye to the Swedish miracle

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The Swedish system is often hailed as the ideal model for social democracy. Yet Sweden is now in a state of crisis. Colin Sparks and Sue Cockerill explain social democracy is again attacking its traditional base of support.

 

Simon Phillips: The South African Communist party and the South African working class

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John Brown: Class conflict and the crisis of feudalism

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Review: Rodney Hilton: “Class conflict and the crisis of feudalism”

 

Contents (ISJ 51, Summer 1991)

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