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Contents (ISJ 138, Spring 2013)

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Contributors (ISJ 138, Spring 2013)

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Alex Callinicos: Economic blues

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It will soon be six years since the credit crunch that developed in the summer of 2007 announced the onset of the present global economic and financial crisis. But the core regions of advanced capitalism remain mired in depression—that is, a long period when economies expand below their growth rate in the years before the crisis.

 

Kim Ha-young: Imperialism and instability in East Asia today

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During the last two to three years tension and conflict have been increasing in East Asia. In 2012 this tendency was evident in the South China Sea, the East China Sea and the area round the Korean peninsula.

 

Joseph Choonara: The class struggles in Europe

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The crisis of global capitalism, now past its half-decade point, remains the key to the political situation across Europe and beyond. It is on this terrain that resistance has begun to develop, one of the most visible expressions of which has been a succession of general strikes in several European countries since 2008.

 

Catarina Príncipe: From mobilisation to resistance: Portugal’s struggle against austerity

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Portugal, as one of the countries in the European Union taken hostage by the Troika (the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission), has been subjected to increasingly harsh austerity policies that have led the country into a recession of historic proportions, the result being mass impoverishment.

 

Sheila McGregor: Marxism and women’s oppression today

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We live in contradictory times: they reflect how much in society in relation to women has changed, but also how much appears to have stayed the same. Women make up almost half the workforce and just over half of trade union members.

 

John Rose: Lenin’s “Left-Wing” Communism: An Infantile Disorder revisited

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Lenin’s famous pamphlet “Left-Wing” Communism: An Infantile Disorder (LWC), published in April 1920, is far more significant than we realise.

 

Leandros Bolaris: Two in one?

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A review of Donny Gluckstein, A People’s History of the Second World War: Resistance Versus Empire (Pluto, 2012), £19.99

 

Henry Bernstein: Interview: Agriculture, class and capitalism

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Henry Bernstein, a professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, has for decades been at the forefront of research into the class structure and political economy of agriculture. He spoke to Joseph Choonara about his work.

 

Thanasis Kampagiannis: Feedback: Greece, politics and Marxist strategy

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In International Socialism 136, Richard Seymour and Panos Garganas gave two different assessments of the political strategy the left should adopt in Greece. It is an important debate for revolutionaries in Greece and elsewhere.

 

Adrian Budd: Characterising the period or caricaturing capitalism? A reply to Nigel Harris

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In a recent issue of International Socialism Nigel Harris provided a perspective on “characterising the period”.

 

Ian Birchall: Being right is not enough: Some thoughts on Paul Levi

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John Rose and Sebastian Zehetmair are quite right to welcome the publication of David Fernbach’s collection of Paul Levi’s writings. There is still much to be learnt from the early years of the Communist International.

 

Ben Selwyn: Review: Beyond the western world

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Kevin B Anderson, Marx at the Margins (University of Chicago Press, 2010), £15.00
Frederick Engels used to remark that the struggle for socialism occurs on the political, economic and ideological plains. Marx at the Margins is a valuable contribution to the latter.

 

Sophie Williams: Review: Is bad Pharma just bad science?

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Ben Goldacre, Bad Pharma (Fourth Estate, 2012), £13.99
The threat to our NHS is something we all know about, but Bad Pharma exposes another crisis in medicine: the power of the pharmaceutical industry, “Pharma”, to protect its private interests.

 

Nick Evans: Review: Bread and circuses

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Review of Peter Brown (2012) Through the Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of the Christian West: 350-550 (Princeton University Press, 2012), £27.95
How did Christians come to be intensely relaxed about people being filthy rich? Peter Brown, a historian who has transformed ideas of the period once called the “Dark Ages”, uses this question to illuminate a world in crisis.

 

Andy Wynne: Review: Lessons from Botswana

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Motsomi Ndala Marobela, Political Economy of Botswana Public Sector Management: From Imperialism to Neoliberalism (VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, 2010), £68
Motsomi Marobela provides a comprehensive review of the suite of reforms that have dominated the public sector in sub-Saharan Africa as well as Europe over the last three decades. As such, this book deepens our understanding of this process and so provides valuable lessons on how these reforms can be fought.

 

Christian Hogsbjerg: Review: Theory of a black planet

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Minkah Makalani, In the Cause of Freedom: Radical Black Internationalism from Harlem to London, 1917-1939 (University of North Carolina Press, 2011), £34.50
This work is a very useful if perhaps overly ambitious introduction to what Minkah Makalani calls “the history of inter-war radical black internationalism”.

 

Sally Kincaid: Review: Cultural revelations

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Paul Clark, Youth Culture in China (Cambridge University Press, 2012), £18.99
Paul Clark is a professor in Modern Chinese Popular Culture at the University of Auckland, so there is no doubt this book will end up on the essential reading list for university courses in Chinese culture in the future.

 

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

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New Left Review – Irish Marxist Review – Monthly Review – Historical Materialism – Marxists Internet Archive

 

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