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dec 69

 

Editorial: The New Militancy

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1

dec 69

 

Over the last few weeks we have been witnessing developments among the British working class whose importance can hardly be overestimated.

 

Nigel Harris: China and the Russian Offensive

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2

dec 69

 

From March 2 of this year, both Russia and China have decided to publicise the occurrence of armed border clashes between their respective forces. The clashes are certainly not new, but the fact that they are now publicised indicates a change in the political strategies of the powers involved. In particular, it shows a new phase in the Russian attempt to take over the former role of the United States in Asia.

 

Lionel Sims: The Squatters

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4

dec 69

 

A year has passed since the launching of the London Squatters Campaign. The significance is in the timing of that first occupation in Snaresbrook, East London.

 

Joel Stein: Locating the American Crisis

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8

dec 69

 

The World Economy – The US Economy – The Monopolies – Stagnation, inflation and statification – The Arms Economy – Prospects

 

Nigel Harris: Debate: The Revolutionary Role of the Peasants

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18

dec 69

 

The sheer diversity and immensity of the rural population in the world’s backward countries makes general discussion of ‘the peasantry’ very difficult. However, certain important generalisations can be made, but it must be borne in mind that such generalisations may have different implications for groups as different as owner-occupier peasants, subsistence tenants, share croppers, landless labourers – for the serfs of Latin American haciendas, for the depressed small tenants of South Asia, or for the tribal farming groups of sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Malcolm Caldwell: Debate: The Revolutionary Role of the Peasants

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24

dec 69

 

The correct characterisation and interpretation of the role of the peasantry in social revolution is clearly central to socialist thinking in our generation. Peasants still account for more than half the world’s population, and at least three-quarters, of the population of the so-called under-developed countries. In this paper I discuss relevant theoretical and historical considerations.

 

Andrew Sayers: Between East And West: Yugoslavia

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dec 69

 

Ever since Tito split with Stalin more than 20 years ago Yugoslavia has produced contradictory analyses not only among supporters of the Kremlin, but also among many independent socialists in the West. It has often been implied that it has a ‘democratic socialist regime’, that it is a ‘workers state’ or that there is ‘workers’ control’. But the number of serious analyses of its development have been few and far between. Recently an important collection of articles by Yugoslav economists, edited with an introduction by Carlo Boffito, has appeared in Italian. Because of the language barrier this is unlikely to be read by many of our readers. Rather than just a short review of this book, therefore, we have here an article using some of Boffito’s material to show the major changes in the Yugoslav economy since the split.

 

Chris Harman: Review: The Inconsistencies of Ernest Mandel

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36

dec 69

 

Review: E. Mandel, The Inconsistencies of State Capitalism, IMG, 4s.

 

John Lea: Review: The State of Society

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42

dec 69

 

Review: Ralph Miliband, The State in Capitalist Society, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 45s.

 

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