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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 96

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96

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sep 02

 

Chris Harman: The workers of the world

96

3

sep 02

 

WORKING CLASS self emancipation lies at the heart of Marxism. But this idea has always been contentious, and in recent years it has become fashionable to argue that the working class is disappearing. Chris Harman, whose books include "A People's History of the World", argues exactly the opposite – on a global scale the working class is larger than ever before. He goes on to examine the relationship between the workin g class and other classes, the urban poor and the peasantry. He concludes with an assessment of the kind of socialist strategy that flows from the current make-up of the class structure.

 

August Nimtz: Class struggle under 'Empire': in defence of Marx and Engels

96

47

sep 02

 

MARX'S ACCOUNT of socialist organisation and its role in the class struggle is given a brilliant outline by August Nimtz in a piece that is simultaneously a critique of Toni Negri and Michael Hardt's "Empire". Nimtz draws on his pioneering work in his recent book, "Marx and Engels: Their Contribution to the Democratic Breaktbrough".

 

John Bellamy Foster: Marx's ecology in historical perspective

96

71

sep 02

 

JOHN BELLAMY FOSTER draws on his excellent recent book, "Marx's Ecology", in order to give a devastating reply to those who argue that Marx and the Marxist tradition have had little to say on environmental and ecological issues.

 

Michael Kidron: Failing growth and rampant costs: two ghosts in the machine of modern capitalism

96

87

sep 02

 

CAPITALISM'S CAPACITY to waste resources grows as it ages, argues Mike Kidron, as he returns to themes that he first addressed in this journal over 20 years ago. But his arguments have renewed relevance in the age of the global anti-capitalist movement.

 

Ian Birchall: Zola for the 21st century

96

105

sep 02

 

EMILE ZOLA'S work is analysed by lan Birchall as a contribution to the discussion provoked by the centenary of the novelist's death.

 

Jim Wolfreys: The disposable heroes of hypocrisy

96

129

sep 02

 

Jim Wolfreys looks at recent debates in French philosophy.

 

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