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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 63

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Editorial (ISJ 63, Summer 1994)

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jun 94

 

[Contents]

 

Alex Callinicos: Crisis and class struggle in Europe today

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3

jun 94

 

The rise of the neo-Nazis in Europe is only one side of the crisis which is gripping the continent. General Strikes in France and Italy, metal workers' strikes in Germany and the Air France strike all show a revival in working class struggle. But in which direction will events now unfold-towards greater workers' resistance or deeper reaction?
Alex Callinicos analyses the European crisis in its political, economic and social aspects. He goes on to map out the steps necessary for a revival of the struggle for socialism.

 

Duncan Blackie: The United Nations and the politics of imperialism

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49

jun 94

 

Another dimension of the increasingly volatile international situation is examined by Duncan Blackie: the attempt by the major powers to use the United Nations to police an unruly globe. He shows why the United Nations' operations in the Balkans, Somalia and Cambodia have made bad situations worse, not better.

 

Brian Manning: The English Revolution and the transition from feudalism to capitalism (R Brenner: "Merchants and Revolution: Commercial Change, Political Conflict and London's Overseas Traders, 1550-1653")

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Brian Manning reviews the latest book by American socialist historian Robert Brenner.

 

Lee Sustar: The roots of multi-racial labour unity in the United States (Eric Arnesen: "Waterfront Workers of New Orleans: Race, Class and Politics, 1863-1923")

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jun 94

 

Lee Sustar looks at the history of struggle for multi-racial unity in America's trade unions.

 

Peter Linebaugh: Days of villainy: a reply to two critics

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Peter Linebaugh, author of the widely acclaimed "The London Hanged", replies to the establishment critics of that book.

 

Dave Sherry: Trotsky's last, greatest struggle (Tony Cliff: "Trotsky. 4: 1927-1940 The darker the night, the brighter the star")

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Dave Sherry looks at the final volume of Tony Cliff's biography of Leon Trotsky.

 

Peter Morgan: Geronimo and the end of the Indian wars (A Debo: "The man, his time, his place")

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Peter Morgan retells the story of Geronimo and the last Indian war

 

Dave Beecham: Ignazio Silone and 'Fontamara'

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Dave Beecham reviews the life and work of the socialist author Ignazio Silone, whose great work Fontamara has just been republished.

 

Chris Bambery: Bookwatch: understanding fascism

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163

jun 94

 

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