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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 67

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Editorial (ISJ 67, Summer 1995)

67

1

jun 95

 

[Contents]

 

Paul Foot: When will the Blair bubble burst?

67

3

jun 95

 

Millions of people are turning to Tony Blair's 'New Labour'. Award winning journalist Paul Foot looks at the reasons for Blair's popularity and the prospects for class struggle under a future Labour government. In 'When will the Blair bubble burst?' he examines the limits of Blair's popularity, the economic and political boundaries within which he is imprisoned and outlines an alternative socialist strategy.

 

Chris Harman: From Bernstein to Blair: one hundred years of revisionism

67

17

jun 95

 

Socialist Worker editor Chris Harman looks at previous attempts by leaders of the labour movement to abandon socialist ideas, and shows how Tony Blair is obliged to be more right wing than his predecessors.

 

Chris Bambery: Was the Second World War a war for democracy?

67

37

jun 95

 

The 50th anniversary of VE day has raised many serious questions about how the ruling classes of Europe were prepared to collaborate with fascists and fought to carve out empires, not to protect democracy. The war ended in a massive eruption of working class radicalisation across Europe. Chris Bambery looks at the rise and fall of those hopes. Even in the darkest hours of the Second World War, workers resisted the Nazis.

 

Alex Callinicos: Hope against the Holocaust (Tim Mason: "Social Policy in the Third Reich: The Working Class and the 'National Community" + Hermann Langbein: "Against All Hope: Resistance in the Nazi Concentration Camps 1938-1945")

67

97

jun 95

 

Alex Callinicos reviews an inspiring account of resistence in the concentrations camps and a study of the German working class under Hitler's Third Reich.

 

Chris Nineham: Is the media all powerful?

67

109

jun 95

 

Many socialists and activists accept the idea that the media is responsible for the Tories' election victories and dominates the way workers think about politics. In his article 'Is The Media All Powerful?' Chris Nineham argues that, despite the media empires owned by tycoons like Rupert Murdoch, the media's influence can be challenged.

 

Peter Morgan: How the West was won (C Milner II, C O'Connor, M Sandweiss (eds): "Oxford History of the American West")

67

153

jun 95

 

Peter Morgan reviews a comprehensive history of the American West which delves into the wars against the Native Americans and the growth of working class organisation and charts the fortunes of the area, from the Gold Rush of the 1840's to the growth of Los Angeles.

 

Charlie Hore: Bookwatch: China since Mao

67

171

jun 95

 

China is one area of the world which seems untouched by the revolutions which swept away the political systems of Eastern Europe. But China has been wracked by revolt, as Charlie Hore's Bookwatch shows.

 

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