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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 100

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Content (ISJ 100, Autumn 2003)

100

1

sep 03

 

Editorial (ISJ 100, Autumn 2003)

100

2

sep 03

 

John Rees: Socialism in the 21st century

100

3

sep 03

 

A generation of neo-liberal policies has profoundly altered the lives of ordinary people, the workings of the state and the nature of imperialism. John Rees, editor of International Socialism, charts these changes and the impact they have had on strategies for liberation. He argues that the fundamental question of reform or revolution, while posed in new contexts, still needs to be tackled for anti-capitalists to achieve their goals.

 

Salma Yaqoob: Global and local echoes of the anti-war movement: a British Muslim perspective

100

39

sep 03

 

Islamophobia has underpinned much of the ideology of the 'war on terror'. The left has not always been immune to such ideas. Salma Yaqoob draws on her experience as the chairperson of the Birmingham Stop the War Coalition, and as a British Muslim, to suggest how progressive alliances can overcome preconception and prejudice.

 

Murray Smith: The broad party, the revolutionary party and the united front: a reply to John Rees

100

65

sep 03

 

New Labour's crumbling support provides real opportunities for socialists. But what forms of organisation should we employ? Murray Smith uses the experience of the Scottish Socialist Party to reply to John Rees's contribution to International Socialism 97 about this vital debate.

 

Paul McGarr: Revolutions in evolution: Stephen Jay Gould in perspective

100

81

sep 03

 

Evolution has been politically contentious ever since Darwin developed his theory of natural selection. Paul McGarr summarises the work of Stephen Jay Gould, one of science's greatest popularisers, and the scourge of reactionaries and reductionists everywhere.

 

James Meadway: Life after capitalism

100

113

sep 03

 

Book reviews include James Meadway on four attempts to answer the question the anti-capitalist movement has set itself – 'We know what we are against, but what are we for?' He compares the alternative visions for reorganising society proposed in Parecon, Reclaim the State, The Age of Consent and An Anti-Capitalist Manifesto.

 

Judy Cox: Can capitalism go on forever? (Rosa Luxemburg: "The Accumulation of Capital")

100

133

sep 03

 

Judy Cox on Rosa Luxemburg's under-appreciated classic 'The Accumulation of Capital'.

 

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