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Contents (ISJ 1, Summer 1958)

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Introducing the Journal

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The shocked generation in Labour movement history is slowly passing on. The decline in Western Capitalism – however protracted – is steadily undermining the stranglehold of Reformism, its servant, over the working class, Stalinism – the ideological expression of the State Capitalist world – is losing its potency as an alternative.

 

André Giacometti: The State of the French Left

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To describe and analyze the French Left today is a difficult and unrewarding task. Where to begin?

 

Tony Cliff: Changes in Stalinist Russia: 1 Changes in the Management of Industry

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Since the death of Stalin a number of changes have taken place in the economic, political and cultural life of Russia. To describe these changes, evaluate their importance and try to see their causes and results, we intend publishing a series of articles on the subject in International Socialism.

 

Michael Kidron: The economic background of the recent strikes

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Two things emerge clearly from the recent strikes in London. The first is that they are consistent with a trend – noticeable in the fifties – of sharpening industrial struggles growing in severity and scope.
The second – that the Labour movement is as yet unprepared for the battles implicit in such a trend ideologically and organisationally, and this despite incidents of remarkable self-sacrifice and devotion to principle on the part of the workers involved.

 

Review: British economic policy since the war

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British economic policy since the war, by Andrew Shonfield, Penguin, 1958, 3/6

 

Ray Challinor: Review: Literature and Revolution

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Literature and Revolution, by Leon Trotsky, Russell & Russell, New York, 25/-. ---
Leon Trotsky’s book, which considers the relationship between politics and literature, makes an extremely useful contribution to this subject.

 

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