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Contents (ISJ 111, Summer 2006)

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jun 06

 

Notes on contributors

111

2

jun 06

 

Analysis: Springtime in Europe

111

3

jun 06

 

‘There is a strong sense in Europe that, because of weak governments and divided publics, the continent’s three big countries are unable to make the economic changes that most political leaders agree are essential to restoring growth.’ So said the New York Times in the week that a humiliated French government withdrew its CPE attack on young workers’ rights and Berlusconi was finally forced to concede defeat in Italy’s election.

 

Analysis: New Labour’s meltdown?

111

6

jun 06

 

The New York Times did not, for some reason, count New Labour in Britain as among its weak European governments. It ought to have done.

 

Analysis: Taking on the multinationals in Bolivia

111

14

jun 06

 

The nationalisation of Bolivia’s oil and gas reserves on 1 May was another step forward in the radicalisation of Latin America. Talk of socialism in the 21st century in Venezuela, it seemed, was translated into action against the multinationals 2,000 miles away.

 

Analysis: The battle over Venezuela’s union

111

18

jun 06

 

The arguments in Bolivia between Morales and his left critics are part of a much wider discussion across much of Latin America. The shift to the left is spreading—most notably with a massive student struggle in Chile at the end of May.

 

Annick Coupé: France: A quite extraordinary movement

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23

jun 06

 

Annick Coupé, a leading member of the Solidaires group of radical trade unions, spoke to Jim Wolfreys from International Socialism.
(Includes Chronology of the anti-CPE movement + Glossary)

 

Marie Perrin: France: How we built the movement

111

30

jun 06

 

Marie Perrin is a member of the Jeunesses Communistes Révolutionnaires at Censier University, Paris
(Includes Chronology of the anti-CPE movement + Glossary)

 

Danilo Corradi + Brune Seban + Barbara de Vivo: Italy: an uncertain victory

111

35

jun 06

 

Danilo Corradi, Brune Seban and Barbara de Vivo are members of Sinistra Critica, an anticapitalist platform within Rifondazione Comunista. They spoke to International Socialism about Italy’s election and the new centre-left government.

 

Maya Mosler + Volkhard Mosler + Christine Buchholz: Germany’s strategy debate

111

42

jun 06

 

Volkhard Mosler, secretary of Frankfurt WASG and a leading figure in Linksruck, Christine Buchholz, a member of the national executive of WASG and a member of Linksruck and Maya Mosler, who was a delegate to WASG party congress, spoke to International Socialism about current debates in Germany.

 

Megan Trudell: The hidden history of US radicalism

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49

jun 06

 

May Day in the US this year was very different to any in living memory, as hundreds of thousands of immigrant workers struck and demonstrated. But the country does have a long history of sudden and very radical class struggles. Megan Trudell provides an overview of these – and of the way they have been contained in the past by the Democratic Party.

 

Chris Harman: Cuba behind the myths

111

83

jun 06

 

A review of Sam Farber: "The Origins of the Cuban Revolution Reconsidered" (University of North Carolina Press, 2006), £36.50 + Richard Gott: "Cuba: A New History" (Yale, Nota Bene series, 2005), £9.99

 

Paul Blackledge: Lenin: What was done

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111

jun 06

 

A review of Lars T Lih: "Lenin Rediscovered: What is to be Done? in Context" (Brill, Historical Materialism series, 2006), euro 129

 

Chris Harman + Robert Brenner: Debate: The origins of capitalism

111

127

jun 06

 

This is the transcript of the discussion which took place between Chris Harman and Robert Brenner at a school in London in November 2004 organised jointly by the journals International Socialism and Historical Materialism.

 

Andy Durgan: Seventy years after the Spanish Civil War

111

163

jun 06

 

Spain, July 1936, has a double historical significance for the left internationally. There was Franco’s militarycoup which began the civil war and 40 years of fascist rule. And there were the counter-uprisings of workers,which overturned the coup in most of the important cities, delaying the final fascist victory for nearly threeyears, and creating a revolutionary atmosphere, especially in Catalonia. Andy Durgan spoke to IS about the way these things are seen in the Spanish state today.

 

Judy Cox: Trotsky for the 21st century

111

171

jun 06

 

A review of Bill Dunn and Hugo Radice (eds): "100 years of Permanent Revolution: Results and Prospects" (Pluto Press, 2006), £18.99

 

Kieran Allen: A light in the dark pools of squalor

111

172

jun 06

 

A review of Mike Davis, Planet of Slums (Verso, 2006), £15.99

 

Andy Strouthous: Poisoned fruit of patriotism

111

175

jun 06

 

A review of Carl R Weinberg: "Labor, Loyalty, Rebellion: Southwestern Illinois Coal Miners and World War I" (Southern Illinois University Press, 2005), £20.95

 

Chris Nineham: 72 days that shook the world

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177

jun 06

 

A review of Donny Gluckstein: "The Paris Commune: A Revolution in Democracy" (Bookmarks, 2006), £14.99

 

John Newsinger: Been here before

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179

jun 06

 

A review of Stephen G Rabe: "US Intervention in British Guiana: A Cold War Story" (University of North Carolina Press, 2005), £14.50

 

Ruth Tenne: Israel’s advocates in the dock

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jun 06

 

A review of Norman Finkelstein: "Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History" (Verso, 2005), £16.99

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

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184

jun 06

 

A regular survey of articles which readers will find useful. Some, although by no means all, are available on the web.

 

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