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Editorial 1: Russia’s Vietnam

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The Russian occupation of Czechoslovakia dramatically illustrates the contradictory nature of the thaw in the Cold War of the ’fifties.

 

Editorial 2: France: The Unfinished Revolution

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For a few heady days in May it looked as though sectarianism was finally dead. Trotskyists, Maoists, anarchists, ‘new lefters’ were solidly ranged together on the right side of the barricades (the Stalinists were almost equally solid on the wrong side).

 

Editorial 3: Trade Union ‘Reform’

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‘Our problem,’ Donovan declared, ‘is the strike which is both unofficial and unconstitutional.’

 

Bernard Ross: The Notebook: PIB – Payment by Results Report (No.65)

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Tom Hillier: The Notebook: Demonstrations

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If vicious court sentences are to be avoided and if the public at large are to be clear as to the objectives of demonstrations, then the attitude of the Left needs to be discussed and defined.

 

Christopher Scott: The Notebook: Chile

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If there is a central theme in the present policy of the Chilean government, then it appears to be a tripartite one.

 

Nigel Harris: The Notebook: The Far East and Neo-Colonialism

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South Korea and Taiwan (Formosa) are currently being offered by Washington as vivid examples of the possibility of ‘free enterprise’ development.

 

Lily Gay Lampinen: The Notebook: The Poor People’s Campaign (USA)

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The six-week-old Poor People’s Campaign ended with the government’s ‘closing’ of its camp site, Resurrection City, USA, on Monday 24 June 1968.

 

John Berger: The Nature of Mass Demonstrations

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Seventy years ago (on 6 May 1898) there was a massive demonstration of workers, men and women, in the centre of Milan.

 

Lucien Goldman: Is There a Marxist Sociology?

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Introduction by Ian Birchall.

 

Nigel Harris: Race and Nation

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We have recently seen a public resurgence of racialism and, on a less dramatic scale, nationalism in Britain. The economic background to this change is fairly clear, but the mechanism by which the change is achieved is not clear.

 

Letter to Readers

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International Socialism has over the past two years been through a phase of phenomenal expansion.

 

Michael Kidron: Letters From Readers: Reply on State Capitalism

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If Russia could “sustain itself without any reliance on a world market” as Chris Arthur suggests she could (IS33), or if a Russian-like unit were to enjoy the relative size and independence of a ‘World-less-Australia,’ as he puts it, there would be no argument between us.

 

Ian Birchall: Letters from Readers: On the Labour Party

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In Paul Foot’s otherwise excellent article on Harold Wilson and the Labour Left (IS 33), there is one questionable passage.

 

Ian Taylor + Laurie Taylor: We Are All Deviants Now – Some Comments on Crime

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It sometimes appears that IS (and revolutionary socialist movements in general) are so concerned with the minutiae of industrial activity that they have little time for social phenomena which might be just as indicative of the contradictions in modern western capitalist society.

 

Paul Mattick: Review: Arms and Capital

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Review: Kidron: Western Capitalism

 

Peter Sedgwick: Review: Anarchy and Organisation

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The Grand Camouflage, Burnett Bolloten, Pall Mall, 63s + The Russian Anarchists, Paul Avrich, Princeton UP/Oxford, 60s.

 

Ian Birchall: Review: From Revolution to Reform

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Paris: May 1968 – Solidarity Pamphlet No 30 --- Over the last few years, the Solidarity group have produced a series of descriptive pamphlets, on both local and international topics, which have reached the highest standard of reportage. Their most recent, on the French events of May 1968, is one of their best

 

Chris Harman: Review: Vietnam

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The first three of these books about Vietnam are by journalists. This has the advantage that they are readable and full of information, but leave much in the way of analysis to be desired. The fourth is not even readable.

 

Ian Birchall: Review: Revolution Against the Revolution

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The Algerian Insurrection 1954-1962, Edgar O’Ballance,Faber, 36s. --- Major O’Ballance, an expert on revolutionary war whose sympathies lie firmly with the forces of ‘order,’ has written a military history of the Algerian war of national liberation. As such, it may serve to illuminate the complex relationship of political and military factors.

 

Lil Power: Review: Liberal Revolutionary?

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Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, Barrington Moore Jr., Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, 63s.

 

Irish Militant: Review: For the Bog

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Industrial Relations: Comparative Aspects with Particular Reference to Ireland, George F. Daly. --- Well, it seems that a spectre is haunting the Irish Bourgeoisie; it is certainly haunting this particular Representative of theirs. Mr Daly is extremely concerned with the achievement in Ireland of ‘industrial peace, and hence industrial, economic and social progress’.

 

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