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Editorial (ISJ 74, Spring 1997)

74

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mar 97

 

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Colin Sparks: The Tories, Labour and the education crisis

74

3

mar 97

 

The election campaign in Britain will undoubtedly feature education as one of its crucial battlegrounds despite the fact that the Tories and Labour are increasingly agreed about the solutions to the crisis in our schools. But are they right? Is the newly dominant right wing critique of 'trendy teaching methods' accurate? Colin Sparks charts the real contours of the crisis in education, looks for its origins in the contradictory needs of the capitalist system and traces how these reflect themselves in the political arena.

 

Colin Wilson: The politics of information technology

74

41

mar 97

 

Information technology is an issue which produces a wide spectrum of responses ranging from the belief that it will usher in a new age of liberty to the fear that it will become the most powerful weapon that our oppressors have yet developed. Colin Wilson untangles the web of misinformation about the internet and examines the limits and possibilities of the technology.

 

Mike Gonzalez: No more heroes: Nicaragua 1996

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73

mar 97

 

Nicaragua's revolution has been a cause célebre on the left for many years, as Ken Loach's recent film Carla's Song bears witness. But the left has failed to confront the weakness of the Sandinistas' strategy argues Mike Gonzalez.

 

Christopher Hill: Tumults and commotions: turning the world upside down (D Underdown: "A Freeborn People: Politics and the Nation in 17th Century England")

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89

mar 97

 

Christopher Hill examines David Underdown's new account of the English Revolution of the 17th century in the first of our book reviews.

 

Peter Morgan: Capitalism without frontiers? (Nigel Harris: "The New Untouchables")

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93

mar 97

 

Peter Morgan looks at Nigel Harris's new book on immigration and the global economy.

 

Alex Callinicos: Minds, machines and evolution

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101

mar 97

 

Alex Callinicos replies to criticisms of his account of materialism and evolution published in International Socialism 73.

 

Anthony Arnove: In perspective: Noam Chomsky

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117

mar 97

 

Noam Chomsky's work is widely admired among socialists, and rightly so, argues Anthony Arnove in the first of our new occasional series, 'In perspective'. But, he concludes, Chomsky's undoubted achievements shouldn't blind us to the weaknesses of his analysis and his corresponding difficulties in answering the question, 'What is to be done?'

 

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