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Contents (ISJ 108, Autumn 2005)

108

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Notes on contributors (ISJ 108, Autumn 2005)

108

2

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Chris Harman: Analysis: Three faultlines

108

3

sep 05

 

Stathis Kouvélakis: France: the triumph of the political

108

7

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Stefan Bornost: Germany: the rise of the left

108

14

sep 05

 

Pepijn Brandon: A note on the Dutch referendum

108

34

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Jane Hardy + Andy Zebrowski: Poland and the new Europe

108

39

sep 05

 

Colin Barker: 25 years ago: The rise of Solidarnosc

108

52

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Ian Taylor: Respect: the view from below

108

57

sep 05

 

Mike Gonzalez: Bolivia: the rising of the people

108

73

sep 05

 

Sérgio Dominguez + Rui Polly + Paulo Trinidade: The left and the crisis of the Lula government

108

102

sep 05

 

Alex Callinicos: Imperialism and global political economy

108

109

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Irfan Habib: Critical notes on Edward Said

108

129

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Chris Harman: Making sense of socialism today

108

137

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Pete Glatter: 1905: The consciousness factor

108

161

sep 05

 

Ian Birchall: Pierre Broué: A rare combination

108

179

sep 05

 

Neil Davidson: When history failed to turn (A review of Pierre Broué: "The German Revolution, 1917-1923")

108

181

sep 05

 

August Nimtz: Winning and losing (A review of Paul Foot: "The Vote: How It was Won and How It was Undermined", Viking, 2005, £25)

108

187

sep 05

 

Judy Cox: Putting Marx back in the picture (A review of Martha Gimenez and Lise Vogel (eds): "Science and Society Special Issue: Marxist-Feminist Thought Today", vol 69, no 1 (January 2005), £3.50)

108

190

sep 05

 

Chris Harman: Half-explaining the crisis

108

191

sep 05

 

Anne Alexander: Mujahideen on mopeds (A review of Hugh Roberts: "The Battlefield: Algeria 1988-2002" (Verso, 2003), £17, and Luis Martinez, The Algerian Civil War (Hurst, 2000), £16.50)

108

194

sep 05

 

Gareth Jenkins: Engaging culture (A review of Alan Sinfield: "Literature, Politics and Culture in Postwar Britain" (Continuum, 2004), £9.99)

108

199

sep 05

 

John Newsinger: An inferior brew (A review of Neil Redfern: "Class or Nation: Communists, Imperialism and Two World Wars" (Tauris Academic Studies, 2005), £47.50)

108

200

sep 05

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

108

202

sep 05

 

James Woodcock: Feedback: Transport and climate change

108

204

sep 05

 

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