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Fra International Socialism (1st series) nr. 101

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sep 77

 

Notes of the Month: Three Months on the Streets

101

3

sep 77

 

THE MOOD has begun to change. After three years of Social Contract workers are moving into struggle. The signs are everywhere. Consider Grunwick’s.

 

Notes of the Month: Gaining the Upper Hand in Ireland

101

6

sep 77

 

Contributed by members of the Socialist Workers’ Movement in Ireland.
IN THE twelve months since the emergence of the ‘Peace Movement’ in the Six Counties, British Imperialism has strengthen its grip on Ireland.

 

Notes of the Month: Portugal: Government and Bosses Go on Offensive

101

7

sep 77

 

PORTUGAL remains unstable, and the instability is increasing. The Socialist Party government is continuing its policy of ‘pin-prick’-attacks on the working class in the factories and on the land. The more left-wing elements of the socialist party, opposed the official line of handling land and factories back to their ‘rightful’ capitalist owners, are being forced out of the party.

 

Notes of the Month: Southern Africa

101

8

sep 77

 

Whereas previously the American ruling class had been quite happy to leave the defence of Western capitalist interests in the region to the apartheid regime in South Africa, now they have decided to intervene directly in order to force the pace of change throughout the region.

 

SWP: SWP Conference Document: The National Question

101

9

sep 77

 

The rise of the Nationalist Parties in Scotland and Wales has had considerable impact on the British labour movement. It threatens to undermine the Labour Party’s electoral base and has divided socialists as to whether the demands of the Nationalists for autonomy and independence should be supported. The question was discussed at the conference of the Socialist Workers Party in June, when the following theses were approved.

 

Chris Harman: Eurocommunism: The State and Revolution

101

11

sep 77

 

Review article of Santiago Carrillo’s “Eurocommunism” and the State, whose English translation is due to be published by Lawrence and Wishart in October.

 

Briefing: The Crisis in the British Communist Party

101

15

sep 77

 

On July 17 1977 Sid French, secretary of the Surrey District of the Communist Party, announced the formation of the New Communist Party. The breakaway by the longstanding leader of the Stalinist opposition within the Communist Party marked the most serious crisis in the CP since 1956 when the Russian invasion of Hungary caused at least 7,000 members, many of them workers, to resign in disgust.

 

Tim Potter: Lessons of Lewisham

101

18

sep 77

 

The anti-fascist mobilisation at Lewisham on August 13 marked a new stage in the struggle against the new Nazis in Britain. West Indian youth were drawn into the struggle on a large scale for the first time, and the police used the occasion to try out a number of new tactics.

 

Alex Callinicos + Alastair Hatchett: In Defence of Violence

101

24

sep 77

 

The violence of the confrontations between anti-fascists and the Nazi National Front, protected by the police, at Lewisham and Ladywood, has received much criticism in the press and even from sections of the labour movement. Much of the blame was heaped on the Socialist Workers Party. Alex Callinicos and Alastair Hatchet reply to these criticisms.

 

Alastair Hatchett: Guide to Reading on Fascism

101

28

sep 77

 

FASCIST movements today can be defeated. Fascism in the 1930’s could have been defeated. There is no inevitable historical force which marches forward independently of the working class. Most of both acacademic and popular histories of the rise of German fascism portray a sense of inevitability in the rise of Hitler.

 

Penny Valentine: Review: Billie’s Blues

101

29

sep 77

 

John Chilton: Billie’s Blues, Quartet £1.95
FROM the black slums of Harlem to New York’s elite Carnegie Hall, Billie Holiday’s life was a constant battle against racial prejudice, drink and drugs.

 

Aidan White: Review: Trade Unions and the Media

101

29

sep 77

 

Trade Unions and the Media
Edited by Peter Beharrell and Greg Philo
Macmillan Press £2.50

 

Tim Potter: Review: Penguin China Readings

101

30

sep 77

 

Penguin China Readings:
No.1 Imperial China 80p, No.2 Republican China 95p, No.3 Communist China £1.35, No.4 Peoples China £1.95
Dick Wilson: The Long March, Penguin £1.25

 

Steve Berry: Review: The Green Flag

101

31

sep 77

 

The Green Flag, by Robert Kee, 3 vols paper, £1.95 each

 

Alex Callinicos: Review: On the Dictatorship of the Proletariat

101

31

sep 77

 

On the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, Etienne Balibar, NLB £6.50

 

Irene Bruegel: Review: Women and the Welfare State

101

31

sep 77

 

Women and the Welfare State, Elizabeth Wilson, Tavistock £2.20

 

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