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Editorial 1: Schism at the Top

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At the time of writing the future of the government’s anti-union legislation is still in doubt. But the major factors in the situation can be seen. And whatever the outcome of the present wrangling both within the labour leadership and between it and the unions, these factors are likely to persist.

 

Editorial 2: May Day

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May Day saw the mobilisation of a different sort of opposition to the government than that directed from Congress House. Up to 200,000 workers were involved in a strike against the threat of legislation.

 

Jim Kincaid: Survey: Incomes

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During their first three years in office, the Labour government managed to produce a taxation structure that was even less egalitarian than the one they inherited from the Tories in 1964.

 

Ray Challinor: Survey: Workers’ Control Conference

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The Conference at Sheffield called by the Institute for Workers’ Control failed to even discuss the crucial question of whether the organisation was going to have a revolutionary orientation or not. Yet, on the answer to this all else depends.

 

Sean Tracy: Survey: Ireland

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The resignation of O’Neill is unlikely to affect the underlying drift to semi-civil war conditions in Northern Ireland. Chichester-Clarke represents a further important concession by the official Unionist party machine to the growing power of the Paisleyites.

 

Chris Harman: Survey: Czechoslovakia

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The Czech events have now revealed all the features of the classical crisis of bureaucratic state capitalism, as revealed in the events of Poland and Hungary in 1956.

 

P. Catala: Survey: Spain

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In 1969, after 30 years of dictatorship, a State of Emergency was declared in Spain. This is a good time to analyse the present state of the fight against capitalism waged by the Spanish workers.

 

Kim Moody: Survey: GIs on the March

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Things aren’t going too well for the military these days. The Senate Armed Services Committee, for example, reported in early March that desertions and AWOL’s were ‘substantially’ higher than last year.

 

Andrew Sayers: The Failure of the Italian Socialist Movement

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In some ways Italy in 1914 resembled Russia. Although it was largely a peasant country, elements of a highly developed capitalism were concentrated in the North in the triangle Turin-Milan-Genoa.

 

Tony Cliff: Introduction to Whither China?

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In IS 29 (Summer 1967) I wrote in an article on the Cultural Revolution in China; “While there is without doubt a ‘Bukharinist’ wing in the Chinese Communist Party, and a Stalinist (Maoist) wing ... there is not a Trotskyist or Left-Oppositionist wing.”

 

Sheng-wu-lien: Whither China?

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The development of new productive forces in China today has brought in conflict the class that represents the new productive forces and the decaying class that represents the production relations which impede the progress of history.

 

Peter Sedgwick: George Orwell – International Socialist?

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The purpose of this article is to give a basic account of the development of George Orwell’s political beliefs, from the beginning of his literary vocation down to his death in January 1950.

 

Paul Mattick: Review: Mandel’s Economics: Another View

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In the last issue of International Socialism we printed a review of Mandel’s book[1] by Michael Kidron. We are now printing another review of the same book by the American Marxist, Paul Mattick.

 

Chris Harman: Review: Ruling Ideas

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Review: Nigel Harris, Beliefs in Society, Watts, 15s
This book really requires two reviews – one of which would be full of praise, the other cold and indifferent. For its contents divide neatly into chunks of juicy red meat of concrete analysis and stodgy layers of methodological discussion.

 

Laurie Flynn: Review: Road to Revolution

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Review: Paul Nizan, Aden Arabie, Monthly Review Press, 50s

 

Robin Fior: Review: Work, Clarity, Organisation

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Review: John Berger, Art and Revolution. Ernst Neizvestny and the Role of the Artist in the USSR, Weidenfeld & Nicolson 30s / Penguin
The trouble is that Berger has written the wrong book.

 

Basker Vashee: Review: Zimbabwe

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jun 69

 

Review: Theodore Bull (ed.), Rhodesian Perspective, Michael Joseph, 30s
Ndabaningi Sithole, African Nationalism, OUP, 35s
Giovanni Arrighi, The Political Economy of Rhodesia, Mouton & Co, 32s

 

Colin Barker: Review: Workers, Inc.

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Review: Paul Blumberg, Industrial Democracy: The Sociology of Participation, Constable, 45s
Ken Coates (ed.), Can The Workers Run Industry?, Sphere Books, 8s 6d

 

Martin Shaw: Review: Williams & Co.

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Review: Terry Eagleton and Brian Wicker, eds., From Culture to Revolution, Sheed and Ward, 50s.

 

Review: Book Received

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Review: Mary McAuley, Labour Disputes in Soviet Russia 1957-1965, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 48s

 

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