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Edtorial (ISJ 81, Winter 1998)

81

1

dec 98

 

Alex Callinicos: World capitalism at the abyss

81

3

dec 98

 

Economic depression now threatens to engulf the globe, confounding those who even a few months ago were insisting that it would be confined to South East Asia. In the first article of our special issue devoted to the analysis of this crisis Alex Callinicos charts the spread of the economic crash from its origins in South East Asia, through the collapse of the Russian economy to the threat now posed to the advanced Western economies. He goes on to assess the prospects which the new situation opens up for the global stability of the system. He concludes with an overview of the strategies available both to our rulers and to the working class movement internationally.

 

Pete Glatter + Mike Haynes: The Russian catastrophe

81

45

dec 98

 

Russia's catastrophe is qualitatively worse than virtually anything previously suffered by an advanced industrial economy in peacetime. Any thoughts that this judgement might be considered an exaggeration will be banished by Mike Haynes and Pete Glatter's forensic dissection of the Russian crisis. They show in revealing detail just what havoc has been wrought on the Russian society by its integration with the world market and analyse the decomposition of the Russian ruling class just at the point where it thought that it had successfully negotiated the transition from state capitalism.

 

Phil Marfleet: Globalisation and the Third World

81

91

dec 98

 

'Third world development' is rapidly becoming a contradiction in terms, as Phil Marfleet's analysis of globalisation and the Third World demonstrates. He looks at the claims of the boosters of globalisation and compares them with the real development of the world economy, concluding that Marxism, far from being outmoded by the expansion of the world market, has had its usefulness vindicated.

 

Lindsey German: In a class of its own (R McKibbin: "Classes and Cultures: England 1918-1951")

81

131

dec 98

 

Lindsey German's warm welcome for Ross McKibbin's "Class and Cultures: England 1918-1951"

 

Judy Cox: John Reed: reporting on the revolution (J Newsinger (ed): "Shaking the World: John Reed's Revolutionary Journalism")

81

139

dec 98

 

Judy Cox on a new collection of John Reed's revolutionary journalism

 

Kevin Ovenden: The resistible rise of Adolf Hitler (I Kershaw: "Hitler 1889-1936: Hubris")

81

147

dec 98

 

Kevin Ovenden's appreciation of Ian Kershaw's biography of Hitler.

 

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