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mar 68

 

Editorial: The Cuts

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mar 68

 

The paths of Britain’s retreat from classical colonialism and Labour’s retreat from reformism and Social Democracy converged on 16 January when the Government announced its package of measures to make devaluation ‘work.’ The successive measures are all directed at the same aim: to cut back the real income of the majority of the population.

 

Editorial: Neither Washington, nor Moscow – but Vietnam?

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mar 68

 

As we go to press, the first major counter-attack by the National Liberation Front upon the urban strongholds of American power in South Vietnam is drawing to a close. The fate of Khe San hangs in the balance; the triumph of Hue is already apparent. Whatever the outcome of this overall attack, it cannot detract from the amazing reaffirmation of NLF strength and resilience. Few on the Left can now seriously doubt the reasons for that strength: the strong roots of the NLF in the Southern population.

 

Ian Macdonald: The Notebook: GLC Rents

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mar 68

 

The Greater London Council is Britain’s biggest landlord. There are about 242,000 tenants involved. On 7 December last year, the chairman of the GLC Housing Committee announced the Tories’ new rent scheme.

 

Andrew Miller: The Notebook: Nigeria

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mar 68

 

At the time of writing (6th January) prospects of an early end to the bloody war of attrition being waged in Nigeria seem increasingly remote. In the virtual absence of hard news in recent weeks one can only surmise a virtual stalemate after more than seven months of war.

 

Steve Fox: The Notebook: US Motor Workers

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mar 68

 

At the April 1967 UAW convention in Detroit a demonstration of production workers was organised, at first by the official leadership. At the last moment Walter Reuther, UAW International President, put pressure on local leaders to have it called off. In spite of this effort, several thousand auto-workers turned out in the pouring rain during a working day to express their feelings.

 

Letter to Readers

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mar 68

 

Michael Kidron: Marx’s Theory of Value

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mar 68

 

It seems improbable that marxists should have spent a century defending two very abstract propositions: that values are measured by the amount of time necessarily and actively spent in creating them, and that under certain stringently-defined and wholly artificial conditions equal values exchange. It is at least as improbable that anti-marxists should have spent as much time attacking them, or that a blander school of non-marxists should now bother to deny their relevance. Yet in different tones and with different talent, they have done so and, as this shows, are still doing so.

 

Tony Cliff: The theory of bureaucratic collectivism: A critique (1948)

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mar 68

 

For obvious reasons, discussion of the nature of Soviet society was central to the thinking of most socialists of the last generation.

 

R.D. Coates: The French Communist Party and Reformism: The Price of Reintegration

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mar 68

 

The French Communist Party (Le Parti Communiste Français, PCF) emerged from the Second World War as the largest political party in France. Five of its members held posts in the Provisional Government, it claimed a membership of one million, and one Frenchman in four gave it his vote. If its strength is to be defined in Parliamentary terms, or indeed in terms of the number of its members, it has never been as strong since, despite maintaining, throughout the Fourth Republic, a popular vote of some five million.

 

Martin Barker: The Merseyside Building Workers’ Movement – A Case History

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mar 68

 

For almost its entire history, Merseyside has been dominated by one industry: the docks. Associated with this is a peculiar sensitivity to economic fluctuations, especially when the industry is one that uses casual labour, and is essentially a transport industry. Merseyside has long been prone, therefore, to unemployment well above the national average. There are, at the time of writing, over 4,000 building workers alone on the dole, and because of the seasonal nature of the work, this figure can be much higher in winter.

 

N. Israeli: Israel and Imperialism (a brief analysis)

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mar 68

 

The relations between Israel and imperialism are unique and merit a special analysis. Many people of various currents on the Left agree that Israeli policies are linked with those of (today) US imperialism, and condemn these links. Few, however, realise the origin or the internal mechanism of these relations.

 

Chris Harman: Gramsci

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mar 68

 

Review: Antonio Gramsci and the Origins of Italian Communism, John M. Cammett, Stanford/OUP 68s

 

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