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Der blev fundet 23 artikler

Fra Socialist Review nr. 330

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330

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nov 08

 

Review: Yasser Alwan: The Liberty of Appearing

330

2

nov 08

 

Evocative and intimate, Yasser Alwan's portraits of working people on the streets of Egypt provide a magnificent antidote to the racist and negative images of Arabs that we are bombarded with in the West.

 

Editorial

330

3

nov 08

 

The rulig class is coming to terms with a new era of crisis and the certainty of a coming recession.

 

Judith Orr: John Maynard Keynes – the second coming

330

4

nov 08

 

Politicians and economists across the world are dusting off their copies of the works of economist John Maynard Keynes. Suddenly the free market needs rescuing and state intervention appears to be the only solution to the crash.

 

Patrick Ward: Immigration – deporting responsibility

330

4

nov 08

 

"We need a tougher immigration policy and we need to stop seeing it as a dilemma. It's not. It's easy. I'm going to do my best to help the British back to work." These are the words of Labour immigration minister Phil Woolas.

 

Jane Bassett: SATs – now end testing at 11

330

5

nov 08

 

When education secretary Ed Balls announced the abolition of Key Stage 3 SATs examinations for 14 year olds this month virtually no one came to their defence.
One teacher quoted in the Times Educational Supplement| described "tears of happiness", while a headteacher told his English teachers to "let them enjoy Romeo and Juliet" rather than focusing obsessively on the set scenes.

 

Debt by numbers

330

5

nov 08

 

£1.2 trillion – Total savings in Britain
£1.4 trillion – Total personal debt in Britain
£59,350 – Average household debt in Britain, including mortgages
30% – Increase in debt since September 2007

 

Shaun Doherty: City Academies – still touting for business

330

6

nov 08

 

The crisis of international capitalism will have a myriad of unforeseen consequences, one of which will be its impact on the privatisation of public services.

 

Patrick Ward: Rich guarantees

330

7

nov 08

 

In October the government increased its guarantee on savings from £35,000 to £50,000. This means that if you have savings of up to this amount, and your bank goes bust, the government will reimburse you.

 

Patrick Ward: Banking bonus

330

7

nov 08

 

The £5.5 billion bailout of Lloyds TSB came as Gordon Brown promised to crack down on bankers' bonuses. But the bank's chief executive, Eric Daniels, thinks otherwise, telling employees that they actually faced "very, very few restrictions".

 

Lindsey German: In my opinion: Money for the banks...

330

7

nov 08

 

My first thought when the government bailed out Northern Rock last year was, where the hell does it find this kind of money when there's never a spare million for a new school or hospital?

 

Tom Davies: Feedback: Save your Bacon

330

8

nov 08

 

John Molyneux gives the Francis Bacon exhibition a sympathetic review (Culture, Socialist Review, October 2008). I beg to differ!

 

Mark Longden: Feedback: Steel departure

330

8

nov 08

 

I read with interest Alex Callinicos's review of Mark Steel's latest book (Books, Socialist Review, September 2008). As a fan of his comedy and previous books, I bought it immediately on its release.

 

Shehryar Qazi: Feedback: Facade of democracy

330

8

nov 08

 

The circumstances surrounding the economy are obvious (Socialist Review, October 2008). The political elite and the opulent bourgeoisie are coming up with a myriad of excuses. However, these kinds of actions by the elites of society are driven by the idea that the intelligent, well educated, natural leaders of society alone know what is best for society.

 

Manfred Ecker: Letter from ...: Austria

330

9

nov 08

 

Manfred Ecker reports from Vienna on what is behind the growth of support for the Austrian far right parties.

 

Mark Thomas: State of dependence

330

10

nov 08

 

The era of globalisation meant that national states would have no role in modern capitalism. This was a myth accepted by many, left and right. Mark L Thomas argues this was never the case and looks at the impact of recent state interventions to rescue the free market.

 

Kevin Devine: How will the economic crisis affect people's lives?

330

13

nov 08

 

The collapse of the subprime mortgage market last year which spread to the global banking system is now biting into the real economy and employment.

 

Joseph Choonara: The value of money

330

15

nov 08

 

How do the billions wiped off the stock market relate to the rest of the capitalist system? Joseph Choonara goes back to Karl Marx to explain.

 

Amanda Logan: Union-made: Standing up room only

330

17

nov 08

 

Thousands of bus workers across London have been part of a defiant fight against the privatised bus companies.
The roots of the militancy can be traced back to November 2006 when Metroline drivers took on the employers and won after two days of strike action. It proved that drivers didn't need to be afraid of standing up to their employers. It was like a burst of fresh air that was long overdue.

 

Mike Davis: US elections – the new deal?

330

18

nov 08

 

The US ruling class are desperate to rescue their system from catastrophe. Mike Davis looks at what the new incumbent of the White House faces and what this means for ordinary Americans.

 

Chris Harman: In Perspective: Two faces of John Maynard Keynes

330

21

nov 08

 

Economists, both left and right, are championing Keynes as the answer to the crisis. Since his theories do little to challenge the fundamental grip of capitalism, isn't it time for those on the left to recognise his flaws?

 

Sarah Ensor: Iceland's bosses in hot water

330

22

nov 08

 

As the collapse of Iceland's economy threatens workers' living standards there, Sarah Ensor reveals how the Icelandic working class met the depression of the 1930s with militant resistance.

 

John Rees: A to Z of Socialism: Q is for quantity and quality

330

24

nov 08

 

How is it that history makes an unexpected leap forward?
Take the sudden onset of the economic crisis. We were told this could never happen again, but banks are failing, the financial system is in turmoil and a recession is opening up beneath our feet.

 

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