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Irish Marxist Review 2014 Vol 3 Number 9

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John Molyneux: Irish Marxist Review Team and Contacts

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Irish Marxist Review is published in association with the Socialist Workers Party (Ireland), but articles express the opinions of individual authors unless otherwise stated.

 

John Molyneux: Contributors (Irish Marxist Review 2014 Vol 3 Number 9)

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John Molyneux: Editorial (Irish Marxist Review 2014 Vol 3 Number 9)

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On a global scale the most important political development over the last year, indeed over the last couple of years, has been the transformation of climate change from a well-grounded scientific prognosis to a palpable present reality.

 

Memet Uludag: Is the Irish State Racist?

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For revolutionary Marxists, there is an inextricable link between racism and capitalism. Capitalism is dependent on racism as both a source of profiteering, but more importantly as a means to divide and rule. Racism is necessary to drive a wedge between workers who otherwise have everything in common and every reason to ally and organize together, but who are perpetually driven apart to the benefit of the ruling class.

 

Nikos Loudos: The Resistible Rise of Golden Dawn

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The meteoric electoral ascension of the Nazi party Golden Dawn in Greece sent shockwaves all over Europe. Up from the marginal 0.29% it polled in the elections of 2009, Golden Dawn gathered just under 7% in the national elections of May and June 2012 sending 18 Nazi MPs to the Greek parliament.

 

Sean Mitchell: The Permanent Crisis of 21st Century Ulster Unionism

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Last month, a frail and diminished Ian Paisley was interviewed by journalist Eamonn Mallie in what is likely to be his last major public appearance. For much of his public life the roaring voice of unionist intolerance and bigotry, Paisley seems anxious in his twilight years to cultivate a legacy as a voice of reason and good-neighbourliness. The contrast between some of his comments in the interview and Paisley's long record of sectarian agitation was clear, and in places bizarre.

 

Kieran Allen: The Precariat: New Class or Bogus Concept?

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Rather like the clothing industry, the academy has its changing fashions. The enterprising social science academic will invent a concept and market it extensively in books and peer-reviewed publications. The more citations it receives from other academics, the more successful his or her career becomes. The key strategy lies in getting ahead of the curve – hence the premium placed on neologisms, the invention of new words.

 

Ruairi Gallagher: Irish Tories and social bandits of Seventeenth Century Ireland

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...Here's the finest of stories,
`Tis of Redmond O'Hanlon, the chief of all Tories.
Here's the feast of O'Rourke, the fight of O'Mara's,
And the battle of Aughrim, and the fall of O'Hara's.

 

Karl Gill: Oppression, Intersectionality and Privilege Theory

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Many people today under capitalism are faced with oppression. Some people are more oppressed than others and people are oppressed for many different reasons.

 

John Molyneux: Review: Sabby Sagall, Final Solutions: Human Nature, Capitalism and Genocide

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Sabby Sagall has written a hugely ambitious book which covers immense historical ground and attempts to answer one of the most challenging historical and theoretical questions of our time. The historical events it deals with are four genocides: that of Native Americans at the hands of European settlers; the Armenian genocide perpetrated by Turkey; the Nazi Holocaust and the Rwanda genocide of 1994.

 

Roy H W Johnston: Review: Gerry Docherty & Jim Macgregor, Hidden History: the Secret Origins of the First World War

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A contribution to the debate on the origins of World War One.

 

Conor Kennelly: Review: Gary Younge, The Speech, the story behind Martin Luther King’s Dream

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On the 29th of August 1963 at the height of the American Civil Rights movement, Martin Luther King delivered his iconic ‘I Have a Dream’ speech that was the final act in the mass March on Washington.

 

Jim O’Connell: Review: Marek Edelman, The Ghetto Fights, Warsaw 1943-45

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This 2013 edition by Bookmarks UK is a reissue of the 1990 edition by the same Publishers and includes a new introduction by John Rose who also wrote the 1990 introduction.

 

Michael Youlton: Review: Medea Benjamin, Drone Warfare – Killing by Remote Control

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Medea Benjamin, a well-known anti-war activist in the US and a leading member of Code Pink of which she was the co-founder, wrote this carefully researched book in 2012.

 

Stewart Smyth: Review: Brian S. Roper, The History of Democracy: A Marxist Interpretation

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Democracy in developed economies has been under attack for the past forty years. In many countries, the post-war period saw the establishment and extension of representative democratic institutions, mainly through local government bodies.

 

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