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Contents (ISJ 132, Autumn 2011)

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Contributors (ISJ 132, Autumn 2011)

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Alex Callinicos: The crisis of our time

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As it has remorselessly unwound, the global economic and financial crisis has passed through a succession of turning points. The first came when the credit crunch began in August 2007. Then there was the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008, precipitating the greatest financial crash since 1929.

 

The wrong future

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“The future begins today,” declaimed Richard Armitage, US Deputy Secretary of State, the day after the 11 September 2001 attacks on Washington and New York. This kind of hype seems very distant now.

 

Joel Sans + Andy Durgan: “No one represents us”: The 15 May movement in the Spanish state

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On 15 May 2011 thousands of people, mainly young, demonstrated all over the Spanish state under the slogans “For real democracy now” and “We are not commodities in the hands of politicians and bankers”.

 

Jonny Jones: August 2011: a riot of our own

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On 7 August 2011 the Observer ran a column by Nick Cohen with the headline “No riots here, just quiet, ever-deeper misery”.

 

Colin Wilson: Queer theory and politics

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Some activists and theorists in the field of gender and sexuality have partly or wholly abandoned the designation LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) and instead write and organise under the banner of “queer”.

 

Mike Haynes: Global cities, global workers in the 21st century

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We live in a world of workers. Global social change in the last generation has seen workers become the majority class in the world for the first time in history.

 

Guglielmo Carchedi: Behind and beyond the crisis

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The 2007 financial crisis has reignited the discussion on crises, their origin and possible remedies. At present the most influential thesis on the left sees the crisis as caused by underconsumption and recommends Keynesian policies as a solution.

 

Joseph Choonara: Once more (with feeling) on Marxist accounts of the crisis

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A review of David McNally, Global Slump: The Economics and Politics of Crisis and Resistance (Spectre, 2011), £12.95; and Leo Panich, Greg Albo and Vivek Chibber (eds), Socialist Register 2011: The Crisis This Time (Merlin, 2011), £25

 

Christian Høgsbjerg + Nigel Harris: Tony Cliff rediscovered

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Two reviews of Ian Birchall, Tony Cliff: A Marxist For His Time (Bookmarks, 2011), £15

 

Michael Morris: Robert Wedderburn: race, religion and revolution

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The story of Robert Wedderburn (1762-1835/6) is rightly becoming better known. As a Scottish-Jamaican “mulatto” radical preacher and leader of working class movements in 19th century London, his significance spans a number of areas.

 

Gabriele Piazza: Systemic failures

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Gérard Duménil and Dominique Lévy, The Crisis of Neoliberalism (Harvard University, 2011), £36.95
Gérard Duménil and Dominique Lévy have made significant contributions to the understanding of Marxist economics over the years. Their new book focuses on neoliberalism and the most recent crisis.

 

Pepijn Brandon: Liberating history

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Jairus Banaji, Theory as History: Essays on Modes of Production and Exploitation (Brill, 2010), €99
The concept of “modes of production” plays an important but problematic role in Marxist historiography.

 

John Rose: Messianic strains

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Antony Polonsky, The Jews in Poland and Russia, Volume 1: 1350-1881 (The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2010), £39.50

 

Ken Olende: Imperial mythologies

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Robin Derricourt, Inventing Africa: History, Archaeology and Ideas (Pluto, 2011), £17.99
This book questions the assumptions and prejudices that appear as soon as Africa is considered.

 

Andrew Stone: Yours truly, Angry Mob

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David Horspool, The English Rebel: One Thousand Years of Troublemaking, from the Normans to the Nineties (Penguin, 2010), £12.99
Edward Vallance, A Radical History of Britain (Abacus, 2010), £12.99
Both these books provide extensive evidence to counter the historically illiterate arguments deployed to condemn the August riots.

 

Jonny Jones + Alex Callinicos: Pick of the quarter: This quarter’s selection

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New Left Review – Historical Materialism – Economy and Society – John Molyneux website

 

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