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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 87

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Editorial (ISJ 87, Sommer 2000)

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Lindsey German: How Labour lost its roots

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Where is Labour going? Three years into the biggest Labour majority government ever, Blair and his supporters are in disarray. The victory of Ken Livingstone as London mayor was a bitter defeat for their politics. But is this a temporary crisis or something deeper? Lindsey German looks at the repercussions of this disillusionment for Labour's core support, charting the exodus of grassroots activists.

 

Mark O’Brien: Socialists and the origins of Labour

87

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Current events have their echoes in the last century. Mark O'Brien looks to the formation of the Labour Party and asks whether the face of left wing politics in Britain could have been very different.

 

Judy Cox: Skinning a live tiger paw by paw: reform, revolution and Labour

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udy Cox takes us on to the crisis-ridden inter-war years, looking at the Independent Labour Party and the Socialist League.

 

Peter Morgan: The morning after the night before... (Ken Livingstone)

87

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Peter Morgan looks at the life and politics of the new mayor of London.

 

John Newsinger: Plumbing the depths: some recent books on New Labour

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John Newsinger asks why a Labour government with such a vast majority is quite so quick to give in to the bigots and big business.

 

Abbie Bakan: From Seattle to Washington: the making of a movement (Kevin Danaher: "Globalize This")

87

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ABBIE BAKAN reviews "Globalize This!" a collection of essays about the new movement opening up to challenge global capital post-Seattle.

 

Jim Wolfreys: In perspective: Pierre Bourdieu

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Jim Wolfreys looks at the work of Pierre Bourdieu, who has been at the forefront of the rebirth of radical intellectuals in France.
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Nick Barrett: Complement to 'Reformism and class polarisation in Europe'

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Nick Barrett adds to the debate around the prospects for the left in the context of class polarisation in Europe.

 

Mark Krantz: Humanitarian intentions on the road to hell (Noam Chomsky: "The New Military Humanism: Lessons from Kosovo")

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John Rees: Tony Cliff: theory and practice

87

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Tony Cliff, founder of the Socialist Workers Party, inspired generations of revolutionaries. Following his death earlier this year, we carry an appreciation by John Rees.

 

Ygal Sarneh: A revolutionary life (Tony Cliff)

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Tony Cliff, founder of the Socialist Workers Party, inspired generations of revolutionaries. Following his death earlier this year, we reprint an article that was first published in the Israeli paper Yediyot Aharonot in 1991. The article traces Cliff's footsteps, from his early life in Palestine, to a public meeting in north London following the collapse of the Eastern Bloc. Along the way, it draws on conversations with people who knew him as a young man, and gives an insight into the life of a full time revolutionary.

 

Shaun Doherty: The language of liberation (Marnie Holborow: "The Politics of English")

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A book entitled The Politics of English makes the welcome assumption that there is a relationship between politics and language. This relationship is one that has not always been acknowledged even by those who have been in the forefront of the 'linguistics revolution'.

 

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