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Der blev fundet 10 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 89

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Editorial (ISJ 89, Winter 2000)

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Lindsey German: Serbia's spring in October

89

3

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The revolution in Serbia is an event of international importance. The overthrow of Milosevic by the Serbian workers and the student movement Otpor! clearly proves, for the first time since the Portuguese Revolution of 1974, that the impulse to revolution has not left the European heartland of the capitalist system. Yet this is a democratic revolution, not a socialist revolution, argues Lindsey German. How will the movement now develop? How will the new government confront the workers? How will it deal with the NATO powers and Kosovo?

 

Anne Alexander: Powerless in Gaza: the Palestinian Authority and the myth of the 'peace process'

89

33

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A new intifada shows the heroic capacity of the Palestinian masses. Its roots lie in the frustrations of the peace process that has led the PLO to police the settlement agreed with Israel. Anne Alexander describes the barbarity of the Israeli state, how the Palestinians arrived in this situation, and the limitations of the PLO's politics.
Alt. URL: Reds/Die Roten

 

Boris Kagarlitskij: The lessons of Prague

89

49

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Boris Kagarlitsky's 'The Lessons of Prague' is a study of the key questions now facing the anti-capitalist movement. In part a contribution to the discussion begun in our last issue by Chris Harman's 'Anti-capitalism: Theory and Practice', 'The Lessons of Prague' defends the Prague demonstration from accusations of ultra-leftism and goes on to locate the main lines of debate opening up before the movement.

 

Mike Gonzalez: The Zapatistas: the challenges of revolution in a new millennium

89

59

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The Zapatista movement in Mexico has appealed to some in the anti-capitalist movement as a new method of organisation. Mike Gonzalez looks at the movement's current potential.

 

Stuart Hood: Memoirs of the Italian Resistance

89

81

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Stuart Hood fought with the Italian partisans for the liberation of Italy during the Second World War. Here he recalls a seminal moment in the history of the European left.

 

Esme Choonara: Threads of resistance (Naila Kabeer: "The Power to Choose: Bangladeshi Women and Labour Market Decisions in London and Dhaka")

89

91

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Megan Trudell: Setting the record straight (Robert Service: "Lenin: A Biography")

89

101

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It is a feature of the debate surrounding the Russian Revolution that the ideological fallout from the collapse of the Soviet Union has disoriented many historians on the left, and that conservative historians have made the most of the confusion to produce works 'proving' the direct link between Lenin's revolutionary government and Stalin's regime. If Robert Service's book is anything to go by, it can only be assumed that the absence of politically rigorous opposition has made conservative historians ill-tempered and lazy.

 

Judy Cox: Reasons to be cheerful: theories of anti-capitalism (David Harvey: "Spaces of Hope")

89

111

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Mark O’Brien: A comment on "Tailism and the Dialectic"

89

119

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George Lukács's recently published 'A Defence of History and Class Consciousness' provokes Mark O'Brien's critical response.

 

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