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Editorial (ISJ 59, Summer 1993)

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jun 93

 

Ann Rogers: Back to the workhouse?

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3

jun 93

 

The Tories have cut the Welfare State to the bone. How much further can they go? Ann Rogers looks at what the Tories have done and at what they would like to do. Tracing the history of welfare provision she shows that the ruling class have made concessions not just because of resistance from below but also because of their own system's need for a healthy and educated workforce. She examines whether the tide is now turning on the Tories. Have they gone so far that they are not only provoking increasingly determined resistance from the working class but also deepening suspicion from their own supporters?

 

Andy Brown + Kevin Corr: The labour aristocracy and the roots of reformism

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37

jun 93

 

'Labour aristocrats' has long been a term used to explain why some important groups of workers continue to lend their support to the capitalist system. Marx and Engels used the phrase, Lenin developed it into a theory and it's been a staple of left wing writing ever since. But did the labour aristocrats ever exist? And, even if they did, were they such a vital force that they could explain the growth of reformism? Kevin Corr and Andy Brown's essay in labour history separates the myth from the reality.

 

Brian Manning: God, Hill and Marx (Christopher Hill: "The English Bible and the Seventeenth Century Revolution")

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75

jun 93

 

Christopher Hill's new book, The English Bible and the Seventeenth Century Revolution, has already been widely praised. Here Brian Manning, himself the author of the recently published The Crisis of the English Revolution, reviews the book in the context of Hill's lifetimes' work and assesses its importance for the ongoing debate about the role of ideology in the first bourgeois revolution.

 

Henry Maitles: Cutting the wire: a critical appraisal of Primo Levi

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97

jun 93

 

Primo Levi's novels have had a profound effect on our understanding of the Holocaust. Henry Maitles sensitive account of Levi's life and work looks at the interaction between his art and his experience as a concentration camp victim.

 

Hazel Croft: Bookwatch: women and work

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107

jun 93

 

In the first of a new regular feature, 'Bookwatch', Hazel Croft looks at the best books to read if you want to know about the history and the contemporary situation of women workers.

 

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