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Irish Marxist Review 2015 Vol 4 Number 12

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mar 15

 

Content

 

John Molyneux: Irish Marxist Review Team and Contacts

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1

mar 15

 

Irish Marxist Review is published in association with the Socialist Workers Party (Ireland), but articles express the opinions of individual authors unless otherwise stated. We welcome proposals for articles and reviews for IMR. If you have a suggestion please contact the editor.

 

Contributors (Irish Marxist Review 2015 Vol 4 Number 12)

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John Molyneux: Editorial (Irish Marxist Review 2015 Vol 4 Number 12)

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1

mar 15

 

The victory of Syriza in the Greek general election of 25 January was, by any standards, an historic event. At last! At last! After decades of right wing and neoliberal domination, including under the guise of ‘mainstream’ labour and social democracy, there was a government of the radical left in Europe, a government committed to ending the brutal austerity which had inflicted so much suffering on the people of Greece, the people of Ireland, and to a greater or lesser extent, all the people of Europe.

 

James O’Toole: Socialists and Left Government

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mar 15

 

‘Hope is coming’ read the banners in Athens at Syriza rallies in the days before the recent election. On the crest of a massive wave of working class expectations the Greek radical left alliance, ‘Syriza’, took 149 seats in the Greek parliament. For the first time in more than 40 years, power will be neither with the Tory-style New Democracy Party nor the labourite PASOK.

 

Nikos Lountos: Understanding the Greek Communists

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mar 15

 

Syriza is not the only left-wingparty in Greece. Where did the Communist Party come from andwhere is it going?

 

Becca Bor: Race and Class in Obama’s U.S.

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mar 15

 

Protests against police brutality have erupted across U.S. cities and campuses since the end of November. Over a hundred thousand people, mainly young, and led by Black youth, have come out on the streets raising the banner of ‘Black Lives Matter.’

 

Paul O’Brien: Primitive Communism and The Blasket Islands

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In the fifty volumes of the Collected Works of Marx and Engels there is very little speculation as to what a future socialist society might look like. The reason for this as Engels makes clear in The Origins of the Family Private Property and the State is that we cannot know how people freed from class oppression will choose to live their lives.

 

James Granell: The Revolutionary Ideas of Oscar Wilde

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Oscar Wilde’s reputation as a socialist often takes second place to his reputation as a playwright, poet, dandy and notorious wit. However, in 1891, the Dublin born writer, and arch-satirist of Victorian sensibilities, set out his ideas of socialism in his essay The Soul of Man Under Socialism. The essay affords the reader a glimpse into the political mind of this often caricatured Irish artist.

 

Tina MacVeigh: Book Review: Reshaping Dublin

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Andrew MacLaran & Sinéad Kelly (Eds.), Neoliberal Urban Policy and the Transformation of the City: Reshaping Dublin

 

Hazel Norton: Book Review: A Rebel’s Guide to Eleanor Marx

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mar 15

 

Siobhan Brown, A Rebel’s Guide to Eleanor Marx, 2014, Bookmarks £3.00

 

Sinead Kennedy: Book Review: PRO: Reclaiming Abortion Rights

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mar 15

 

Katha Pollitt, PRO: Reclaiming Abortion Rights, 2014 Picador $25.00

 

Freddie Trevaskis Hoskin: Book Review: Russell Brand, Revolution

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mar 15

 

Russell Brand, Revolution 2014 Century £20.00

 

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