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Contents (ISJ 1:4, Spring 1961)

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mar 61

 

Notes of the Quarter: Aldermarch Four

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1

mar 61

 

The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has shown remarkable staying power. This is scarcely the result of inspiring national leadership and even organizationally CND is not strong. What the Campaign has done is to secure and keep the allegiance of many more thousands of people than any other movement since the war. Moreover political consciousness in the Campaign has increased.

 

Notes of the Quarter: Tory Transport

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2

mar 61

 

As could be expected, the Tories’ White Paper on the Reorganization of the Nationalised Undertakings bears the imprint of the businessmen’s committee (chaired by Lord Stedeford of Tube Investments) which inspired it.

 

Notes of the Quarter: Central Africa

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3

mar 61

 

It bears repeating: big British capital wishes to relinquish its role as ‘old style imperialists’ in Africa.

 

Xavier Mourre: Belgium: 1. Success Beyond Our Grasp

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3

mar 61

 

From Tuesday 20 December 1960 until Monday 23 January 1961 the Belgian working class waged a heroic and massive offensive against the forces of reaction now ruling the country.

 

Letter to Readers

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10

mar 61

 

International Socialism has the difficult task of trying to exist before international socialism exists.

 

Tony Cliff: Belgium: Strike to Revolution?

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10

mar 61

 

Since 1886 the Belgian working class has been involved in eight general strikes. We should be hard put to find a better laboratory to study the place of the general strike in the proletarian class struggle, its potentialities and limitations, and the effect of other social and political factors on its development and outcome. The present article tries to help this study.

 

Theo Melville: 144 Exciteable Persons (Algeria)

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17

mar 61

 

Jacques Egyptien Compton: The Young Nationalist. A Story.

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18

mar 61

 

Perhaps you know the fellow. A young Ghanaian. Used to come to the Student’s Centre quite a lot.

 

Paul Cardan: Socialism & Capitalism

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20

mar 61

 

It is a truly amazing fact how little discussion there is today among socialists about socialism. It is even more surprising that revolutionary Marxists claim that we ought to concern ourselves exclusively with the ‘practical’, ‘day-to-day issues’ of the class struggle, leaving the future revolution to take care of itself.

 

Peter Cadogan: Polemic: The State of Peace

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28

mar 61

 

The election of Mr Kennedy was hailed with pathetic enthusiasm by those whose politics are without substance. On January 30th the wraps came off. The new president delivered his State of the Union message to Congress. It was uncomfortably unambiguous – too much so for some.

 

Michael Kidron: Book reviews: Washington or Moscow?

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29

mar 61

 

The Diplomacy of Economic Development, Eugene, R. Black Oxford, University Press for Harvard University Press, 1960. 24s.
The Attack on World Poverty, Andrew Shonfield, Chatto & Windus, 1960, 21s.
An Essay on Economic Growth and Planning, Maurice Dobb, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1960, 15s.
Industrial Development, Murray D Bryce, McGraw Hill Book Co., Inc., New York, Toronto, London, 1960, 58s.

 

John Lane: Book reviews: Export of Reformism

4

29

mar 61

 

Beyond the Welfare State, Gunnar Myrdal, Duckworth. 1960. 21s.
Myrdal sees the present relationship of rich countries to poor as a global class division.

 

Nigel Harris: Book reviews: The Road Back

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30

mar 61

 

Saving in a Free Society, J. Enoch Powell, Hutchinson for IEA. 1960. 21s. 136 pp.

 

Peter Cadogan: Book reviews: Political Platform

4

30

mar 61

 

The Alternative for Labour: A Draft Socialist Programme, Dave Childs and Dave Harris, 14, Talbot Road, Carshalton, Surrey. 1960. 2s.

 

Peter Mansell: Book reviews: Cook’s Tour of the Thirties

4

31

mar 61

 

A History of Socialist Thought. Vol. V. Socialism and Fascism. 1931-39, G.D.H. Cole, MacMillan, 1960, 35s.
This book, published after its author’s death, is the final volume in the series on Socialist thought. At least, ostensibly, this volume is about Socialist thought. But the reader should not be misled by the title. Practically all the book is about political events.

 

James Higgins: Book reviews: Dead Scrolls?

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30

mar 61

 

To the Finland Station, Edmund Wilson, Fontana. 1960. 7s6d

 

Peter Cadogan: Book reviews: Operation Cover-up

4

30

mar 61

 

The Commoners of England, F. Fagan, Lawrence and Wishart 10/6.
Champions of the Workers, H. Fagan, Lawrence and Wishart 10/6.

 

Nigel Harris: Book reviews: Tamed

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32

mar 61

 

Incorrigible Rebel, Arthur Horner, Macgibbon & Kee. 1960. 25s. 235 pp.

 

Ken Coates: Book reviews: Spluttering Taper

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32

mar 61

 

Stalin and the Soviet Communist Party, Abdurakhman Avtorkhanov, Atlantic Books, Stevens. £2.2s. pp 379.

 

Theo Melville: Book reviews: Art – Index to Life

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33

mar 61

 

Permanent Red, John Berger, Methuen, 1960, 16s.
John Berger has now attained a considerable eminence in art criticism and his is generally regarded as the Marxist standpoint.

 

Ioan Davies: Book reviews: Brecht and Socialism

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33

mar 61

 

Four plays (The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Galileo, The Trial of Lucullus, The Threepenny Opera), Bertolt Brecht, Methuen. 1960. 25s.

 

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