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Contents (ISJ 114, Spring 2007)

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Contributors (ISJ 114, Spring 2007)

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Surging out of control

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Three themes have run through recent issues of this journal: the difficulties that confront US imperialism as it attempts to assert its global hegemony through the ‘war on terror’; the chronic problems facing European capitalism, leading to attacks on workers’ conditions and welfare benefits in the face of heightened economic competition from the US, Japan and China; and the resurgence of popular movements in Latin America over the past seven years.
We do not apologise for returning to all three questions here.

 

Latin America: the return of Popular Power

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An old slogan has been reborn in Latin America—that of ‘Poder Popular’, ‘Popular Power’. It has been raised because people in this region see it as more appropriate to deep-seated processes of social change than parliamentarianism.

 

Orlando Chirino: A view from Venezuela

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Orlando Chirino is a national coordinator of the UNT union federation and a leader of its C-Cura ‘classist’ tendency.

 

Sami Ramadani interview: ‘Iraq is not a communal war’

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Sami Ramadani, an Iraqi exile based in Britain, spoke to International Socialism about the situation in the country after four years of occupation,

 

Martin Empson: Climate change: Signposts on the road to disaster

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The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, published in February 2007, paints a grim picture.

 

Neil Davidson: Socialists and Scottish Independence

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Kieran Allen: Northern Ireland: The death of radical republicanism

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Under the most moderate slogan ‘One Man, One Vote’, a civil rights movement exploded onto the streets of Derry and Belfast in the late 1960s. Its inspiration was the black civil rights movement in America and its focus was the mistreatment of the Catholic population.

 

Goretti Horgan: Northern Ireland's new troubles: The privatisation of peace

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Across the world, where there is conflict or catastrophe, imperialism brings privatisation to help ‘reconstruct’ the country. Naomi Klein calls it ‘disaster capitalism’.

 

Gramsci's revolutionary legacy: Introduction

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Megan Trudell: Gramsci: the Turin years

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Since the mid-1970s academics have rarely considered Antonio Gramsci’s revolutionary activism. The emphasis has been on ‘a more subtle and academically assimilable Gramsci’,1 a figure whose later work is separated from his political development in the Italian city of Turin in 1919 and 1920, known as the biennio rosso—the ‘two red years’.

 

Chris Bambery: Gramsci: Hegemony and revolutionary strategy

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Lenin, Leon Trotsky, the young Soviet Republic and the Communist International saw Russia’s October Revolution as the prelude to a European revolution. Their hope and attention were focused primarily on Germany, but also on Italy.

 

Chris Harman: Gramsci, the Prison Notebooks and philosophy

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Those who want to present Antonio Gramsci as someone other than a revolutionary Marxist focus on the notebooks he wrote in prison.

 

Adrian Budd: Gramsci’s Marxism and international relations

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Colin Wilson: LGBT politics and sexual liberation

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people have won an acceptance in the UK that would have been hard to imagine when sex between men was decriminalised 40 years ago; a similar situation prevails in many other developed countries. At the same time the oppression of LGBT people continues.

 

Colin Sparks: Reality TV: The Big Brother phenomenon

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A row over racist abuse on the January 2007 edition of Celebrity Big Brother focused public attention in the UK on ‘reality TV’. This round of public outrage is merely the latest in a long series of disputes that have dogged Big Brother since the first version was broadcast in the Netherlands in 1999.

 

Mike Haynes: Review: Stronger than the wall: Gareth Dale's trilogy on East Germany

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Three books in as many years are an achievement by anybody’s standards. What Gareth Dale has done here is more—through his discussion of the rise and fall of East Germany (the GDR) he has staked out a claim as a major influence on our interpretation of events in the second half of the 20th century in Europe. Whether it will be seen that way by the left is, however, another matter.

 

John Newsinger: Review: Liberté, fraternité, closed-shoppité

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Tom Sito, Drawing the Line: The Untold Story of the Animation Unions from Bosko to Bart Simpson (University of Kentucky Press, 2006), £16.50

 

Martin Empson: Review: Hot stuff: coming to terms with nature

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A review of Leo Panitch and Colin Leys (eds), Coming to Terms with Nature: Socialist Register 2007 (Merlin Press, 2006), £14.95

 

Paul Blackledge: Review: The struggle and the scrum

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Tony Collins, Rugby League in the Twentieth Century: A Social and Cultural History (Routledge, 2006), £23.99
Tony Collins’s excellent history of rugby league, from the split with rugby union in 1895 to the emergence of Rupert Murdoch’s Super League a century later, couldn’t be further removed from traditional histories of sports, which seem to consist largely of lists of match statistics flavoured with a few choice biopics of the stars.

 

Dan Swain: Review: Reasonable ideology? Negri's Descartes

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Antonio Negri, Political Descartes: Reason, Ideology and the Bourgeois Project (Verso 2007), £6.99

 

Richard Seymour: Review: Brzezinski’s bunker

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Zbigniew Brzezinksi, Second Chance: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower (Basic Books, 2007), £15.99

 

Robert Jackson: Review: No more heroes

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Louis Althusser, Politics and History (Verso, 2007), £6.99

 

Chris Harman: Review: Forgotten treasure: a new biography of Grossman

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Rick Kuhn, Henryk Grossman and the Recovery of Marxism (University of Illinois Press, 2007), £14.99

 

Judy Cox: Review: Chartism's hidden history

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Keith Flett, Chartism After 1848: the Working Class and the Politics of Radical Education (Merlin Press, 2006), £15.95

 

Pete Glatter: Review: The bear facts: new books on Russia

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Edwin Bacon with Matthew Wyman, Contemporary Russia (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), £16.99
Stephen Lovell, Destination in Doubt: Russia since 1989 (Zed books, 2006), £12.99
Craig Murray, Murder in Samarkand: A British Ambassador’s Controversial Defiance of Tyranny in the War on Terror (Mainstream, 2006), £7.99

 

Mark Thomas: Review: Leninism with reservations

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Paul Le Blanc, Marx, Lenin, and the Revolutionary Experience: Studies of Communism and Radicalism in the Age of Globalisation (Routledge, 2006), £18.99

 

Chris Harman: Review: Pick of the quarter

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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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