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Contents (ISJ 133, Winter 2012)

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Contributors (ISJ 133, Winter 2012)

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jan 12

 

Alex Callinicos: The crisis wears on

133

3

jan 12

 

The world enters 2012 still in the grip of an economic crisis that, by increasingly common consent, is without precedent since the 1930s.

 

Charlie Kimber: The rebirth of our power? After the 30 November mass strike

133

15

jan 12

 

The mass strike of 30 November 2011 has opened a new chapter in British working class history. Around 2.5 million people joined what was the biggest strike in Britain since 1926.

 

Megan Trudell: The Occupy movement and class politics in the US

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39

jan 12

 

The Occupy movement that began in New York in September 2011 and has spread with remarkable speed across the country represents a massive shift in the politics of the United States.

 

Stefan Bornost + Costas Lapavitsas: Interview: Working people have no interest in saving the euro

133

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jan 12

 

Costas Lapavitsas, Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, spoke to Stefan Bornost about the crisis in the eurozone.

 

Jane Hardy + Adrian Budd: China’s capitalism and the crisis

133

65

jan 12

 

Major wars and economic crises force the pace of change within and between capitalist states, giving rise to new alignments and shifts in the geopolitics of world capitalism.

 

Anne Alexander: The Egyptian workers’ movement and the 25 January Revolution

133

101

jan 12

 

“It is midnight in Cairo”, intoned the BBC reporter on the Ten O’ Clock News bulletin, “and still tens of thousands are in Tahrir Square. One chant echoes again and again: ‘Go, go, go’. But this time it is not Mubarak they want to quit, but Egypt’s military ruler Field Marshal Tantawi”.

 

Simon Assaf: Libya at the crossroads

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127

jan 12

 

The revolutions in the Middle East burst like thunder across a region long considered beyond change and are being undertaken by people long considered incapable of acting in their own interests. The idea that revolutions are the stuff of history has now been firmly put to rest.

 

Jeffery R Webber: Revolution against “progress”: The TIPNIS struggle and class contradictions in Bolivia

133

151

jan 12

 

In the two and a half months that passed between mid-August and late October of this year, the Bolivian government of Evo Morales entered into its worst crisis to date.

 

Adam Marks: “Take that, Maynard G Krebs!”: The Beat Generation.

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177

jan 12

 

The tag “Beat Generation” mostly refers to a generation of authors and poets, although it is a very flexible epithet. You could easily include various contemporary painters, musicians and so on.

 

Roland Boer: Engels’s contradictions: a reply to Tristram Hunt

133

199

jan 12

 

In a recent and reasonably popular biography, Tristram Hunt charges Friedrich Engels with a series of class and gender contradictions.

 

Andy Wilson: Information is not knowledge

133

209

jan 12

 

David Stubbs, Fear of Music: Why People Get Rothko But Don’t Get Stockhausen (Zero, 2010), £9.99

 

Ross Speer: Philosophical arabesques

133

212

jan 12

 

István Mészáros, Social Structure and Forms of Consciousness, volume 1: The Social Determination of Method (Monthly Review Press, 2010), £20, and Social Structure and Forms of Consciousness, volume 2: The Dialectic of Structure and History (Monthly Review Press, 2011), £20

 

Sally Kincaid: What’s past is prologue

133

214

jan 12

 

Gail Hershatter, The Gender of Memory: Rural Women and China’s Collective Past (University of California Press, 2011), £34.95
Everyone has a regret that they didn’t ask elderly relatives to tell their story before they died.

 

Dan Swain: Hegelianation?

133

216

jan 12

 

Sean Sayers, Marx and Alienation: Essays on Hegelian Themes (Palgrave, 2011), £50
Marx’s theory of alienation has been somewhat out of fashion in the past few decades. This is, in part, because of the degree to which his theory is seen as influenced by the philosophy of Hegel.

 

James Woodcock: Working class theory is something to read

133

217

jan 12

 

Marcel van der Linden, Workers of the World: Essays Towards a Global Labor History (Brill, 2010), €137
Marcel van der Linden embarks on an ambitious project with Workers of the World. The book collects essays that aim towards the creation of a global labour history. He argues that this history must be freed from Eurocentrism and methodological nationalism.

 

Robin Burrett: “How many ways to get what you want?”

133

218

jan 12

 

John Molyneux, Anarchism: A Marxist Criticism (Bookmarks, 2011), £4

 

Julian Alford: A trade union whodunit

133

220

jan 12

 

Alan Thornett, Militant Years: Car Worker Struggles in Britain in the 60s and 70s (Resistance Books, 2011), £12

 

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

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223

jan 12

 

Socialist Register – New Left Review – Historical Materialism – Monthly Review – Research on Money and Finance group

 

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