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Contents (ISJ 1:7, Winter 1961)

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dec 61

 

Notes of the Quarter: 1. Khrushchev’s Congress

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1

dec 61

 

The festive role for which the 22nd Congress of the Russian Communist Party was originally cast came badly unstuck in debate.

 

Notes of the Quarter: 2. Labour’s Sickness

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3

dec 61

 

‘Gaitskell must go’ was among the most foolish slogans ever shouted on the left, and not just because it suggested support for Mr Wilson or for Mr Brown as Leader of the party. Much worse, it suggested that the crisis in the Labour Party was a crisis of leadership.

 

Nigel Harris: The Decline of Welfare

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5

dec 61

 

It is not inevitable that in a class-society widespread poverty must exist, but historically in Britain it has seemed almost inevitable.

 

Letter to Readers

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14

dec 61

 

Our last issue has generated some heat under international collars. Readers in France, Scotland and – yes – and England have berated MacIntyre for his ‘early Marxist’ rejoinder to Collins.

 

Michael Kidron: Reform and Revolution – Rejoinder to Left Reformism II

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15

dec 61

 

This article will attempt to take up the case against Left Reformism, as it was presented by Henry Collins in the last issue of International Socialism, at the point where Alasdair MacIntyre left it.

 

Keith Barnes: Catterick 1954

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22

dec 61

 

Poem

 

Sergio Junco + Nick Howard: Yanqui No! Castro No! Cuba Si!

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31

dec 61

 

A great deal of debate has been taking place concerning the nature and development of present Cuban society; not surprisingly, a number of half-truths have been used by both the capitalist attackers of Castro and by the defenders of the Cuban regime, particularly those defenders of the regime who are followers of the Russian bureaucratic line.

 

John Fairhead: Polemic: The Common Market

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28

dec 61

 

Controversy over the Conservative Government’s move to enter the Common Market established by the European “six” as a preliminary to their complete political, economic and military fusion has riven every political grouping in Britain.

 

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