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jun 75

 

Notes of the Month: The Deluge

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jun 75

 

’AFTER JUNE 5th, the deluge’; this headline to a political correspondent’s thinkpiece in the Guardian sums up the general expectation of big changes ahead. Once the referendum is out of the way – with a substantial YES majority if the opinion polls are even remotely reliable – a sharp turn even further to the right in government policy is on the order paper.

 

Mike Miller: Notes of the Month: Towards the Orange State

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jun 75

 

‘Our job is to reconstruct the institutions of this state’. David Trimble, UUUC Convention member, South Belfast. ‘Any new government of Northern Ireland must possess powers equal to those of our former government.’ Herbert Heslip, UUUC Convention member, South Down. ‘UUUC Victory. Return to Stormont.’ Headline in Paisley’s Protestant Telegraph.

 

Notes of the Month: South Africa: Illusions and Confusions

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Member of IS South African Group: Just over six months ago South African Prime Minister Vorster asked the world for six months in which to effect changes which would surprise their critics. This May the Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth, meeting in Kingston, Jamaica, proclaimed that they were giving the Smith regime six months survival as they outlined new measures to intensify pressures on Rhodesia.

 

John Deason: Notes of the Month: AUEW Elections

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jun 75

 

Right winger John Boyd has swept in as General Secretary of the Engineering Union with 164,276 votes against Broad Left candidate Bob Wright’s 96,216. This, the most dramatic victory for the right wing inside the union for years, has delighted the bosses’ press, who campaigned so hard for it.

 

John Deason: The Broad Left in the AUEW

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THE AUEW, second biggest union in the country, is generally considered the most important of the ‘left wing’ unions. In contrast to its giant partner on the left, the Transport and General Workers Union, the AUEW has maintained an official ‘left’ stance on most issues.

 

Duncan Hallas: Review: Building the Revolutionary Party

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jun 75

 

Tony Cliff: Lenin, Vol 1, Building the Party
THIS BOOK is the most important work on the theory and practice of building a revolutionary socialist organisation that has appeared for some time.

 

Nigel Harris: Black Power and the ‘Third World’

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jun 75

 

HOW DO the politics of black power relate to building a united workers’ movement? Some black power militants – and their white supporters – argue that in effect colour defines a separate national minority whose identity is more important than the class or classes to which the members belong. Because white racialism is so widespread, black people can rely only on themselves.

 

Paul Foot: Shelley: The Trumpet of a Prophecy

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jun 75

 

I have come to Shelley far too late, and for that I blame my accursed education. I still have the small dark blue text book Shelley by Richard Hughes, which was forced down my throat at school.

 

John Ure: Marxist Economics: Part 1: The Nature of Capitalism

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jun 75

 

This is the first part of four articles by John Ure on the substance of Marxist economic theory. The subsequent articles will appear in the July/August, September and October issues of the Journal.

 

Colin Barker: Book Review: A Seventh Man

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jun 75

 

John Berger and Jean Mohr, A Seventh Man, Penguin, £1.00
SINCE THE war, the advanced capitalist countries of Western Europe have become totally dependent, for their continued expansion, on immigrant workers. In Germany and Britain, one manual worker in every seven is an immigrant In France, Switzerland and Belgium, immigrants constitute a quarter of the industrial labour force.

 

Ray Challinor: Book Review: The Labour Party

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jun 75

 

David Coates: The Labour Party and the Struggle for Socialism, Cambridge, £5.00 hardback, £2.00 paperback.
Ross McKibbin: The Evolution of the Labour Party 1910-1924, Oxford, £5.75.

 

Ian Birchall: Book Review: Socialism and Revolution

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jun 75

 

André Gorz: Socialism and Revolution, Allen Lane, £4.50.

 

Duncan MacPherson: Book Review: Tito

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jun 75

 

Phyllis Auty: Tito, Pelican, £1.

 

Dennis Childs: Book Review: The Arms Trade with the Third World

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jun 75

 

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute: "The Arms Trade with the Third World", Penguin, £1.00

 

Nigel Harris: Book Review: Rural Protest

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jun 75

 

Rural Protest: Peasant Movements and Social Change, edited by Henry Landsberger, Macmillan, £8.00

 

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