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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 80

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Edtorial (ISJ 80, Autumn 1998)

80

1

sep 98

 

Clare Fermont: Indonesia: the inferno of revolution

80

3

sep 98

 

The revolution in Indonesia has shaken the ruling class to its foundations. In one of the first full length accounts in English of the crisis in Indonesia Clare Fermont looks at the economic and social background to the revolution and goes on to piece together a compelling narrative of the struggles which toppled Suharto's dictatorship.

 

Diverse: Workers' Representatives and Socialists: Three interviews from Indonesia

80

35

sep 98

 

Our coverage continues by interviewing Indonesian trade union activists and socialists about their experience during the revolution and their assessment of the tasks which now confront the movement.

 

Chris Bambery: Report from Indonesia

80

45

sep 98

 

A first hand account of the depth of the continuing crisis and an assessment of the stability of President Habibie's new government.

 

Tony Cliff: Revolution and counter-revolution: lessons for Indonesia

80

53

sep 98

 

Tony Cliff concludes our Indonesian coverage with an open letter to Indonesian socialists in which he draws on the Marxist tradition to suggest the best strategy for building a revolutionary organisation in Indonesia.

 

John Molyneux: The legitimacy of modern art

80

71

sep 98

 

John Molyneux develops the themes of his review of the Royal Academy's 'Sensation' exhibition, published in our last issue, International Socialism 79, to provide a general theoretical defence of modern art.

 

Gary McFarlane: A respectable trade? Slavery and the rise of capitalism (Hugh Thomas: "The Slave Trade: the History of the Atlantic Slave Trade 1440-1870")

80

103

sep 98

 

Gary McFarlane compares Robin Blackburn's and Hugh Thomas' recent accounts of slavery.

 

Paul McGarr: The French Revolution: Marxism versus revisionism (G Kates (ed): "The French Revolution: Recent Debates and New Controversies")

80

113

sep 98

 

Paul McGarr gives an overview of debates on the French Revolution

 

Shaun Doherty: Will the real James Connolly please stand up? (James Connolly: "The Lost Writings, introduced and edited by Aindrias Ó'Cathasaigh" + "Selected Writings, introduced and edited by Peter Berresford")

80

127

sep 98

 

Shaun Doherty takes issue with a new introduction to the writings of the great Irish revolutionary James Connolly

 

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