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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 64

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Editorial (ISJ 64, Autumn 1994)

64

1

sep 94

 

[Contents]

 

Chris Harman: The prophet and the proletariat

64

3

sep 94

 

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Islamic fundamentalism is rapidly emerging as the ideology that Western politicians and media pundits most like to hate. The kind of abuse once reserved for `Communism' is now directed at the Islamic movements which threaten to destabilise key areas of Western influence in the Middle East and beyond. But the campaign against Islamism has found allies on the left among those fearful that it threatens an irrationalist, even fascist, backlash.
Chris Harman charts a careful course through the contradictions of Islamism, revealing its class roots and arguing that when the Islamists are in opposition the socialist attitude should be `with the state never, with Islamism sometimes'. He goes on to show in which circumstances Islamism plays a reactionary role and in which circumstances the Islamists challenge the establishment.

 

Kieran Allen: What is changing in Ireland?

64

65

sep 94

 

Irish society is at a fateful juncture, both North and South of the border. Kieran Allen looks at the break up of traditional institutions and the rise of the class struggle in the South and at the impasse which faces the British, the Unionists and the Republicans in the North. He claims that socialists are better placed than at any time in the last 25 years.

 

Mike Haynes: The wrong road on Russia (S Clarke, P Fairbrother, M Burawoy and P Krotov: "What About the Workers? Workers and the Transition to Capitalism in Russia")

64

105

sep 94

 

Mike Haynes reviews "What About the Workers?", an attempt to give a socialist perspective on the transition to the market.

 

Rob Ferguson: Hero and villain? (Donny Gluckstein: "The tragedy of Bukharin")

64

115

sep 94

 

Jane Elderton: Suffragette style (K Dodd (ed): "A Sylvia Pankhurst Reader")

64

123

sep 94

 

A look at Sylvia Pankhurst's life

 

Chris Nineham: Two faces of modernism

64

133

sep 94

 

Gareth Jenkins's review of a history of the 20th century novel in International Socialism 62 has drawn a defence of modernism from Chris Nineham.

 

Matt Kelly + Dave Harker + Mike Hobart: Three replies to 'Jazz: a people's music?'

64

141

sep 94

 

Charlie Hore's "Jazz-a People's Music?", published in International Socialism 61, has prompted three replies

 

Charlie Kimber: Bookwatch: South Africa – the struggle continues

64

159

sep 94

 

Bookwatch examines South Africa's history of struggle.

 

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