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Fra International Socialism (1st series) nr. 87

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Jim Kincaid: Notes of the Month: Healey’s Axe

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As the Financial Times of 20 February put it, the Public Expenditure White Paper, ‘is the final and most convincing sign of the demise of post-war Social Democratic orthodoxy. The triple pillars that have supported the Labour Party of Attlee, Gaitskell and Wilson – full employment, the Welfare State and the mixed economy – have crumbled under the blows of inflation.’

 

Alex Callinicos: Notes of the Month: Southern Africa: The Melting Pot

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Events move quickly in Africa. Little more than three months ago the armies of the Vorster regime in South Africa and their FNLA and Unita allies seemed to be on the verge of victory over the MPLA in Angola. Now (February 18) Vorster is desperately trying to find some way of avoiding confrontation between his troops drawn up along the border between Angola and Namibia and the armies of MPLA and of their Cuban allies.

 

Wayne Asher: Notes of the Month: Powellism, Racism and the Conservative Party Today

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Eight years ago, on 20 April, Enoch Powell made his most famous speech on race relations, in which he predicted ‘rivers of blood’ if black immigration were not halted. The speech received amazing publicity, making headlines in most papers of any importance and receiving support from many. Overnight the race issues moved to the centre of the political stage as, to the glee of the ruling class, economic issues took a back seat. It set off a phenomenon as militant London dockers struck in support.

 

Mike Buckingham: Scottish Daily News: End of Workers’ Co-Operative

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With only a handful of journalists .fighting a rearguard action in the Glasgow offices of the Scottish Daily News, the workers’ co-operative as a means of saving jobs has failed, at least as far as the newspaper industry is concerned.

 

Tony Cliff + Peter Robinson: Portugal: The Last Three Months

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The events of the 25th November 1975 radically changed the situation in Portugal. Until then the revolutionary movement had been advancing powerfully: workers had taken over some 300 factories; there were massive occupations of latifundia; the army was racked by conflict between revolutionary soldiers and right wing officers; the government had so little control that it toyed openly with the idea of moving away from Lisbon to Oporto.

 

Terry Povey: The Middle East: An Overview

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Traditionally the British left has been divided in two ways over the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. There are those who see the struggle as one between the competing nationalisms of the two groups. These have looked to ‘progressive forces’ within both camps to play a role in the dismantling of the sectarian aspects of the Israeli state.

 

Duncan Hallas: Communism and Stalinism (On John Golan’s Social Democracy: Some Problems)

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Just over 20 years ago this month (to be precise, on the 24th and 25th February 1956), Nikita S. Khrushchev, then First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, delivered his “secret speech” to the twentieth Congress of the CPSU.

 

Martin Shaw: Review: The Left in Britain

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David Widgery has produced The Left in Britain 1956-1968 (Peregrine £4), a book of documents, connected by his introductions to the chapters, and generally introduced in an essay by Peter Sedgwick.

 

Ian Birchall: From Comintern to Cominform

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The Communist Movement from Comintern to Cominform. Fernando Claudin. Peregrine, £4.75.

Fernando Claudin was an active militant of the Spanish Communist Party for over 20 years, and at the time of his expulsion in 1965 he was a member of its Politbureau.

 

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