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Contents (ISJ 115, Summer 2007)

115

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jul 07

 

Contributors (ISJ 115, Summer 2007)

115

2

jul 07

 

Analysis: Britain after Blair

115

3

jul 07

 

Is Gordon Brown going to run into an unexpected obstacle in his first weeks in office—a sudden revival of class struggle after the low ebb since the firefighters’ strike of four years ago? It seems very possible as we go to press.

 

Analysis: Sarkozy: the French Thatcher?

115

6

jul 07

 

“Sarkozy, Brown, Merkel. Neoliberalism has its people in power in the main European countries and is free to proceed full speed ahead as it wishes.” That, in effect, is what the optimistic capitalist commentators are saying, and this view finds its mirror image among pessimists on the left.

 

Nikos Loudos: Analysis: Greece: waves from the student struggle

115

9

jul 07

 

The right wing government in Greece is likely to call an early general election this autumn following a year of resistance by workers and students. A wave of student struggle began in May 2006 and continued through to April 2007, forming the focus for a wider workers’ movement which has blunted the government’s neoliberal offensive.

 

Robin Blackburn interview: What really ended slavery?

115

13

jul 07

 

Robin Blackburn, author of The Overthrow of Colonial Slavery 1776-1848, spoke to International Socialism on the bicentenary of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade.

 

Aditya Sarkar: Nandigram and the deformations of the Indian left

115

23

jul 07

 

On 14 March this year, the state government of West Bengal, headed by the Communist Party of India (Marxist), sent several thousand police troops into the rural district of Nandigram in East Midnapur, the scene of a three-month movement by peasants against the establishment of a Special Economic Zone on their land.

 

John Newsinger: Gordon Brown: From Reformism to Neoliberalism

115

35

jul 07

 

“The distribution of income in Britain has now become so unequal that it is beginning to resemble a Third World country”, wrote Gordon Brown in his 1989 indictment of Thatcherism, Where There Is Greed.

 

Chris Harman: Gordon Brown: The economic "record"

115

57

jul 07

 

As Tony Blair departed and Gordon Brown prepared to take over as prime minister one great myth was boomed out by New Labour’s propaganda machine—that Brown had achieved a “miracle” for the British economy.

 

Mike Gonzalez: José Carlos Mariátegui: Latin America’s forgotten Marxist

115

69

jul 07

 

José Carlos Mariátegui was born into a society in crisis, a Peru deeply divided between a coastal sector where most of Peru’s capitalist class was concentrated, an emerging mining industry in the central valley between Lima and Huancavelica, and a mountain region which Mariátegui described as “semi-feudal”.

 

Alex Callinicos + Chris Nineham: At an impasse? Anti-capitalism and the social forums today

115

87

jul 07

 

The international movement against capitalist globalisation has been globally visible for nearly a decade now. The culmination was the enormous demonstrations against the war in Iraq between February and April 2003. Subsequently, however, there has not been the same forward impetus. Indeed, increasingly centrifugal pressures and even a degree of disarray have become evident.

 

Antoine Boulangé + Jim Wolfreys: France at the crossroads

115

111

jul 07

 

Prior to the presidential election of April/May 2007 France seemed to epitomise both the crisis facing mainstream politics in Europe and the potential of the developing movement against neoliberalism, which had scored a number of important victories. However, the election, when it came, appeared to confound such assumptions.

 

Chris Harman + Martin Smith: Kim Moody interview: The superpower’s shopfloor

115

127

jul 07

 

Kim Moody is the author of a new book on the American working class: US Labor in Trouble and Transition. He spoke to Martin Smith and Chris Harman about his research

 

Chris Harman: The rate of profit and the world today

115

141

jul 07

 

The “tendency of the rate of profit to fall” is one of the most contentious elements in Karl Marx’s intellectual legacy.1 He regarded it as one of his most important contributions to the analysis of the capitalist system.

 

John Molyneux: A revolution in paint: 100 years of Picasso’s Demoiselles

115

162

jul 07

 

This year marks the centenary of the painting of Les Demoiselles d’Avignon by Pablo Picasso. There cannot be many paintings whose anniversary would occasion an analysis in a journal of socialist theory—nevertheless Les Demoiselles certainly repays serious consideration.

 

Ken Olende: The literature of a ravished continent: Achebe, Sembène and Ngugi

115

177

jul 07

 

During the late 1950s and early 1960s a wave of new literature emerged from a defiant Global South. Some of the best came from Africa, then caught up in a range of anti-colonial struggles and the promise of independence.

 

Andy Jones: Review: Snobs and snappers

115

191

jul 07

 

Steve Edwards, The Making of English Photography: Allegories (Penn State University Press, 2006), £56.50

 

Matt Perry: Review: An abstract view of the past

115

194

jul 07

 

David Laibman, Deep History: A Study in Social Evolution and Human Potential (SUNY, 2006), £42

 

Paul O’Brien: Review: Stalin’s Irish victims

115

196

jul 07

 

Barry McLoughlin, Left to the Wolves: Irish Victims of Stalinist Terror (Irish Academic Press, 2007), £20

 

Chris Bambery: Review: The making of an agitator

115

198

jul 07

 

Bryan D Palmer, James P Cannon and the Origins of the American Revolutionary Left 1890-1928 (University of Illinois, 2007), £29

 

Ian Birchall: Review: New Left Review: The search for theory

115

202

jul 07

 

Duncan Thompson, Pessimism of the Intellect? A History of New Left Review (Merlin), £16.95

 

Chris Harman: Review: The merchant and the Middle Ages

115

205

jul 07

 

Eric H Mielants, The Origins of Capitalism and the “Rise of the West” (Temple University Press, 2007), £30

 

Viren Swami: Review: Professor Jekyll and Comrade Hyde

115

208

jul 07

 

Andrew Brown, J D Bernal: The Sage of Science (Oxford University Press, 2007), £12.99

 

Naz Massoumi: Review: Persian proletariat

115

210

jul 07

 

Andreas Malm and Shora Esmailian, Iran on the Brink: Rising Workers and Threats of War (Pluto, 2007), £17.99

 

Kate Connelly: Review: A handbook for activism

115

213

jul 07

 

David McNally, Another World is Possible (Merlin, 2007), £12.95

 

Iain Ferguson: Review: Revamping old formulas

115

215

jul 07

 

Gregor Gall (ed), Is there a Scottish Road to Socialism? (Scottish Left Review, 2007), £9.99

 

Joseph Choonara: Review: Marx's "transformation" made easy

115

216

jul 07

 

Andrew Kliman, Reclaiming Marx’s “Capital”: A Refutation of the Myth of Inconsistency (Lexington, 2007), £17.99

 

Chris Harman: Review: Pick of the quarter

115

222

jul 07

 

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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