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Notes of the Month: Labour on the Rocks

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THE PRESENT Labour government finds itself in the same position as its predecessors in the 1920s. Like Ramsay MacDonald, James Callaghan must rely for political survival on Liberal votes in the House of Commons.

 

Notes of the Month: Ethiopia: Class Struggle Intensity

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FEBRUARY 1974 marked the effective fall of the autocratic regime of Hailie Selassie. Mutinies in the army, student demonstrations and a strike-wave whose high-point was the general strike of March 1974 unleashed a revolution whose end is still not in sight.

 

Notes of the Month: Spain: Control by Any Other Name

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RECENT events have revealed the pitfalls in the path of the Suarez government’s programme of controlled “democratisation” in Spain.

 

Chris Harman: Gramsci versus Eurocommunism, part II

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In the first part of this article, which appeared in our last issue, Chris Harman rescued Gramsci’s thought from the distortions it has suffered at the hands of the Eurocommunists. In the second and final part he critically examines Gramsci’s strategy for revolution in Western Europe.
Alt. url: Part 1
Alt. url: Full article (part 1 + 2)

 

The Cuts: Introduction

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3 YEARS ago when Qwen Evans and Lucy Dyer, ancillaries at Poplar Hospital, talked their way into the ship repair yards, past the dock gates and into the sweatshops of the Isle of Dogs to try and organise resistance to the closure of their hospital by the people who used it, they didn’t realise they were pioneers.

 

John Blake: The Cuts: Resisting the Hospital Cuts in East London

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THE HOSPITAL cuts in East London have been more severe than elsewhere in the country. The resistance to cuts has been correspondingly intense, and the failure of moderate trade unionism more brutally exposed.

 

Gerry Dawson: The Cuts: What’s Happening to the Health Service

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When public spending cuts were first launched at the October 1975 Labour Party Conference, they were presented as merely slackening in the rate of growth of services although Wilson candidly admitted they were to be permanent.

 

The British Road to Socialism: A Debate: Introduction

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Introduction to two articles by Geoff Roberts, a member of the Communist Party, and Alex Callinicos, the Socialist Workers Party.

 

Geoff Roberts: The British Road to Socialism: A Debate: The CP, the SWP and the Strategy for Socialism in Britain

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I was asked to write a reply to Duncan Hallas’ comments in International Socialism 95 on an article of mine – The Strategy of Rank and Filism – which had appeared in Marxism Today.

 

Alex Callinicos: The British Road to Socialism: A Debate: Revolutionary Strategy in Britain

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GEOFF ROBERTS’ reproaches against the SWP can be summed up very briefly. Obsessed with staging a rerun of the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 in the very different conditions of contemporary Britain, we await some catastrophic economic crisis to galvanise the masses into revolutionary action with us at the head.

 

Alastair Hatchett: The British Road to Socialism: A Debate: Guide to Reading: Parliamentary Road to Socialism

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jun 77

 

THE best book on the parliamentary road has not yet been written.

 

Colin Sparks: Review: The National Front

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THIS book is certain to be widely read by the left. It provides a detailed history of the origins and growth of fascist groups in Britain and shows how the National Front has emerged as the largest of them. It will provide a mine of facts and quotations for leaflets and speeches.

 

Susan Maguire: Review: Paying for the Crisis

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Paying for the Crisis, the latest Report from Counter Information Service, examines the Social Contract.

 

Elana Dallas: Review: Autobiographical Accounts of Everyday Life

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jun 77

 

THESE three titles, recently re-issued, contain autobiographical accounts of every day life by working women and men, together spanning the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

 

Alex Callinicos: Review: Considerations on Western Marxism

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jun 77

 

THE aim of this short and pricey book is ambitious: nothing less than a general overview of ‘Western Marxism’, by which Anderson means the collection of intellectuals widely influential on the European left since the Second World War, and particularly since the revival of anti-Stalinist Marxism in the 1960s.

 

Alastair Hatchett: Review: The Technology of Political Control

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jun 77

 

THE problem of reviewing this book is posed by a theme which is summarised on the cover: ‘They (the authors) have written a a careful, chilling and sane book on what is certainly the central political question of our time.’

 

Joanna Rollo: Review: Southern Africa After Soweto

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‘A YEAR ago a psychiatrist would have been recommended for you if you even thought about it let alone talked about it. But it happened – rather it’s happening – and the thousands of people who witnessed the historic occasion are as sober and sane as a High Court Judge.’

 

Alastair Hatchett: Review: In Brief

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Brief reviews.

 

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