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Contents (ISJ 139, Summer 2013)

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Contributors (ISJ 139, Summer 2013)

139

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Alex Callinicos: Where is the British left going?

139

3

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Mainstream British politics seems stuck in a weird time loop in which it is doomed to repeat the 1990s. The Conservative-Liberal coalition government is headed towards a car crash.

 

Ron Margulies: Turkey: Between Islamic neoliberalism and Kemalist nationalism

139

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As Taksim Square, the centre of Istanbul, came under occupation by thousands upon thousands of mostly young Turks, the rest of the country, the government, the world and, indeed, the protesters themselves watched in amazement.

 

Paul Blackledge: Left reformism, the state and the problem of socialist politics today

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The recent calls for the British left either to “reclaim Labour” (Len McCluskey) or to build a new party capable of emulating Syriza’s successes in Greece (Ken Loach) demand serious consideration on these pages. At their core these proposals reflect a widespread desire, shared by members of the Socialist Workers Party, to fight the cuts, alongside revulsion at the Labour Party’s failure to do so.

 

Phil Marfleet: Egypt: The workers advance

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A striking feature of Egypt’s Revolution is the extraordinary number of people engaged in struggles in the streets and workplaces, and in formal and informal organisations. The absolute numbers, together with the proportion of the population involved and the continuity of their struggle, may mark the Egyptian upheaval as unique in modern history.

 

Jeni Gosling: Privatising the NHS

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The National Health Service (NHS) has barely been out of the news in recent months: the publication of the Francis Report on the events at the mid-Staffordshire hospital, which has now been put into administration; the measles outbreak in south Wales ... At the same time there have been large local demonstrations to defend hospital services, most recently of 25,000 in Lewisham and 30,000 in Stafford, approximately half the population of the town.

 

John Parrington: The Human Genome Project: Brave new world of scientific understanding or false dawn?

139

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This year marks the anniversaries of two key events in science. Sixty years ago Jim Watson and Francis Crick revealed their famous “double helix” model of the structure of DNA, the “molecule of life”. And ten years ago saw the completion of the Human Genome Project, the international mission to decode all the DNA information in our genomes.

 

Nancy Lindisfarne + Jonathan Neale: What gender does

139

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Times are hard and there is an upsurge of class feeling. This feeling is not necessarily the same as class consciousness, and it often takes unfamiliar forms. There is an upsurge of interest in gender and feminism too, and among the same people. Yet most of the available feminist ideas ignore, or even deliberately obscure, the relation between gender and class.
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Colin Wilson: Sexuality in pre-class society: A response to Sheila McGregor

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Since the 19th century Marxists have argued that the development of human society began with a long period of “primitive communism”, characterised by the absence of classes and by equality between men and women. McGregor takes this assertion further, claiming that primitive communism is also characterised by benign attitudes and practices regarding sexuality.

 

Neil Davidson: The neoliberal era in Britain: Historical developments and current perspectives

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The world economy has experienced four systemic crises since the emergence of capitalism as a global system; the years 1873, 1929, 1973 marked the commencement of the first three.

 

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

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