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Der blev fundet 12 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 55

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Editorial (ISJ 55, Summer 1992)

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jun 92

 

Alex Callinicos: Race and class

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jun 92

 

The rise of fascism in Europe and the continuing centrality of racism to political life in every major capitalist country demands a clear and unambiguous response from the left. But what should that response be? What are the roots of racism? Is black nationalism or socialism the best way to defeat the racists?
Alex Callinicos addresses these issues and shows how questions of race are inextricably bound to questions of class. He examines the class position that lies behind black nationalism and develops a strategy that can unite black and white workers in a struggle for black liberation and socialism.

 

Lee Sustar: Racism and class struggle in the American Civil War era

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jun 92

 

American socialist Lee Sustar examines the New York draft riots during the American Civil War. His review shows the forces pushing towards black and white unity and the strategies used by the establishment to tear that unity apart.

 

Peter Morgan + Lindsey German: Prospects for socialists – an interview with Tony Cliff

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jun 92

 

The election in Britain has returned the Tories for a fourth term. Socialists need to take stock. Tony Cliff examines the balance of class forces, looks back on a decade where both the left and the right in the Labour Party failed to successfully challenge the Tories and concludes with a call to build a socialist alternative to Labour.

 

Robert Service: Did Lenin lead to Stalin?

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77

jun 92

 

John Rees' 'In defence of October', published in International Socialism 52 has proven to be a controversial account of the Bolshevik revolution. Here we publish contributions from Robert Service, author of a biography of Lenin and The Russian Revolution 1900-27, Robin Blackburn, editor of New Left Review, Sam Farber, author of Before Stalinism, and David Finkel of the American magazine Against the Current, plus a rejoinder from John Rees.

 

Samuel Farber: In defence of democratic revolutionary socialism

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jun 92

 

John Rees' 'In defence of October', published in International Socialism 52 has proven to be a controversial account of the Bolshevik revolution. Here we publish contributions from Robert Service, author of a biography of Lenin and The Russian Revolution 1900-27, Robin Blackburn, editor of New Left Review, Sam Farber, author of Before Stalinism, and David Finkel of the American magazine Against the Current, plus a rejoinder from John Rees.

 

David Finkel: Defending 'October' or sectarian dogmatism?

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97

jun 92

 

John Rees' 'In defence of October', published in International Socialism 52 has proven to be a controversial account of the Bolshevik revolution. Here we publish contributions from Robert Service, author of a biography of Lenin and The Russian Revolution 1900-27, Robin Blackburn, editor of New Left Review, Sam Farber, author of Before Stalinism, and David Finkel of the American magazine Against the Current, plus a rejoinder from John Rees.

 

Robin Blackburn: Reply to John Rees

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107

jun 92

 

John Rees' 'In defence of October', published in International Socialism 52 has proven to be a controversial account of the Bolshevik revolution. Here we publish contributions from Robert Service, author of a biography of Lenin and The Russian Revolution 1900-27, Robin Blackburn, editor of New Left Review, Sam Farber, author of Before Stalinism, and David Finkel of the American magazine Against the Current, plus a rejoinder from John Rees.

 

John Rees: Dedicated followers of fashion

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113

jun 92

 

John Rees' 'In defence of October', published in International Socialism 52 has proven to be a controversial account of the Bolshevik revolution. Here we publish contributions from Robert Service, author of a biography of Lenin and The Russian Revolution 1900-27, Robin Blackburn, editor of New Left Review, Sam Farber, author of Before Stalinism, and David Finkel of the American magazine Against the Current, plus a rejoinder from John Rees.

 

Colin Barker: In praise of custom (E P Thompson: "Customs in Common")

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jun 92

 

Sheila McGregor: Revolutionary witness ("Arthur Ransome in Revolutionary Russia" – 2 vols)

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jun 92

 

Contents (ISJ 55, Summer 1992)

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