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Der blev fundet 21 artikler

Fra Socialist Review nr. 320

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320

3

dec 07

 

Jess Hurd: Review: Don McCullin: In England

320

2

dec 07

 

Renowned for his war photography, particularly the brutal futility of conflicts in Vietnam and Africa, Don McCullin ranks as one of my favourite photojournalists.
However, his new book In England shows a different struggle.

 

Christophe Chataigné: Frontlines: No peace in Somalia

320

4

dec 07

 

The US-backed invasion of Somalia by Ethiopian forces has predictably turned into a disaster for the Somali people.

 

Keith Flett: Frontlines: Co-opting ideologies?

320

4

dec 07

 

Tory leader David Cameron has been to Manchester to launch a Conservative cooperative movement.

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: La Hain

320

5

dec 07

 

"The party can only win the election by putting forward radical socialist policies," claimed a Labour MP in the October 1994 issue of Socialist Review.

 

Hsiao-Hung Pai: Frontlines: No child's play – workers and the deadly toys

320

6

dec 07

 

Just as people are getting ready for Christmas shopping, tens of millions of toys have been found to pose a health hazard – not only to children in the West, but also to those producing them in China.

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: Traditional values in a modern setting

320

7

dec 07

 

"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife."

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: MySpace, my rules

320

7

dec 07

 

"Everybody in Tibet has mobile phones and the ability to send a message."
Not so if you try sending a message on MySpace China, part of the Murdoch empire. The social networking website does not allow topics to be posted on subjects such as the Dalai Lama or Tibetan independence.

 

Jackie Turner: In my view: Defending abortion rights

320

7

dec 07

 

This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the private member's bill which led to the Abortion Act of 1967, allowing abortion up to 28 weeks of pregnancy, that was lowered to 24 weeks in 1990 by the Human Fertilisation Act.

 

Kavita Krishnan: Letter from ...: India

320

9

dec 07

 

Peasants and small farmers across India are fighting government land grabs for "Special Economic Zones", where multinational companies can make their own laws.

 

Naz Massoumi + Lindsey German: The "War on Terror": Is Iran next?

320

10

dec 07

 

With two disastrous wars under their belt, the desperate neocons in the White House are pushing for one more throw of the blood stained dice. Lindsey German looks at their plans for another regime change, while Naz Massoumi writes about the consequences of a potential US attack.

 

Chris Harman: In perspective: Socialists in dispute

320

13

dec 07

 

Divisions within the left, such as that which has occurred in Respect, always have their basis in political disagreements. Socialists must always fight for their principles to take the movement forward.

 

Martin Smith: Where next for Respect?

320

15

dec 07

 

The last few months have seen vigorous arguments over the future of Respect, culminating in George Galloway leading a split from the coalition. Martin Smith looks at where we are now and the enduring need for a left electoral alternative to Labour.

 

Mike Davis: California: People burn here

320

16

dec 07

 

Fires in California hit the headlines with stories of Arnold Schwarzenegger giving hope to his super-rich friends. But the real victims weren't those who lost a wing of their mansion.

 

Karen Reissmann: Union-made: Unity in action

320

17

dec 07

 

On 5 November I was sacked after 25 years from the job I loved as a community psychiatric nurse. Three days later 150 community mental health workers went on strike indefinitely for my reinstatement.

 

Phil Turner: Interview: Making drama to quicken the heart

320

18

dec 07

 

Trevor Griffiths, co-writer of the film Reds, talks to Phil Turner about why he is committed to making a film on 18th century radical Tom Paine.

 

Hannah Dee: A to Z of Socialism: G is for gay liberation

320

21

dec 07

 

The modern gay liberation movement was born out of two nights of rioting in June 1969 after a police raid on the Stonewall Inn gay bar in New York.

 

John Newsinger: Class war at Christmas

320

22

dec 07

 

A Woody Guthrie song commemorates the heroic attempts by Michigan copper miners to achieve union recognition in 1913. The bosses resorted to any murderous means they could and in one incident 62 children were crushed to death. John Newsinger looks at how class war was waged in the US.

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: Book Interview: The Slave Ship: Marcus Rediker

320

24

dec 07

 

US historian Marcus Rediker talks to Hassan Mahamdallie about oppression and resistance.

 

Ernesto Gonzalez: Culture: But is it art?

320

30

dec 07

 

Not a week passes without the Daily Mail or the Daily Express bitterly complaining that art has been taken over by anarchists and crackpots.

 

Keith Flett + Tim Sanders: Cartoon: A People's History of the World. 7 or 8: Festive Special Booze

320

35

dec 07

 

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