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Contents (Socialist Rewiew 382, July / August 2013)

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Exhibition: Jeremy Deller: The British Pavillion

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Venice Biennale and touring in 2014

 

Socialist Rewiew 382: Editorial

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Chancellor, George Osborne’s spending review in late June announced £11,5 billion more cuts, including a seven day wait for jobseekers’ allowance and the end of pay progression for civil servants.

 

Mark Thomas: Turkey, Brazil...Britain?

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In Turkey it was the threat to cut down trees to make way for a re-development project in a park in the centre of Istanbul; in Brazil it was the latest round of fare rises on public transport.

 

Anne Alexander: Egypt’s rebels

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Like many of the things which have changed history, the “Rebel” campaign in Egypt started with a very simple idea. At the beginning of May, a group of young revolutionary activists launched a drive to collect signatures on a statement withdrawing confidence from president Mohammed Morsi and calling for early elections.

 

Simon Assaf: Hezbollah’s sectarian turn

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Simon Assaf examines the trajectory of Hebollah since 2006 that has led to their support of Assad in Syria.

 

Mark Bergfeld: Pop-Up unions: Start with solidarity

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Mark Bergfeld responds to Sandy Nicoll from last months issue on the Pop-Up Union at Sussex university. Here he argues that our starting point has to be solidarity.

 

Ian Llewellyn: Feedback: Myths of the Pop-Up

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I’m deeply saddened by the standoffish attitude of articles published first in Socialist Worker and now Socialist Review towards the Pop-Up union.

 

Pat Stack: Feedback: No set formulas

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Ian Birchall’s reply to Alex Callinicos on the Leninist Party must be greatly welcomed (What Does It Mean To Be A Leninist?, Socialist Review, June 2013). Ian’s emphasis on the fluidity of democratic centralism certainly rings truer than did the rather more formulaic piece Alex wrote.

 

Mark Krantz: Feedback: Disciples of Lenin

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In his response to Callinicos’ article Ian Birchall argues that it is questionable whether Lenin was himself a Leninist (What Does It Mean To Be A Leninist?, Socialist Review, June 2013).

 

Tony Phillips: Feedback: Proof in the practice

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Ian Birchall argues that winning a vote in a revolutionary socialist party is not the same as winning the political argument. He gives an example from the trade unions to illustrate his point. However a trade union is not the same as a revolutionary party.

 

Kevin Corr: Feedback: Occupy-friendly Lenin?

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In his article “What does it mean to be a Leninist?” Ian Birchall draws out a number of historical examples.

 

Dermot Smyth: Feedback: Wrong for the right reasons?

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In the main, Ian Birchall’s excellent piece on Leninism complements and expands that of Alex Callinicos (What Does It Mean To Be A Leninist?, Socialist Review, June 2013). But I don’t agree with Birchall’s comment that the SWP leadership was “somewhat sectarian” at the start of the 1984/85 miners’ strike and poll tax disputes.

 

Iain Ferguson: Labour’s surrender to austerity

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jul 13

 

In June Ed Miliband and Ed Balls signalled that a future Labour government will accept the framework of the Tories’ austerity plans and put a cap on welfare spending. Iain Ferguson looks at Labour’s shift to the right and challenges the myths about the welfare state used to justify this turn.

 

Colin Wilson: Ghosts of the past return

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Homophobia is back on the political agenda of the right across Europe, writes Colin Wilson. But there is also potential for resistance if LGBT people unite with anti-cuts groups and trade unionists.

 

Julie Sherry: Unions: Taking the temperature

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The union conference season has just finished. Julie Sherry looks at the mood among the activists who hold union organisation together in workplaces across Britain and asks what we can learn about the prospects for resistance to the Tories and employers.

 

Sean Purdi + Henrique Sanchez: Brazil in revolt

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Brazil, held up as an economic success story over the last decade, has been shaken by a massive revolt triggered by transport fare rises. Henrique Sanchez and Sean Purdy examine the roots of the rebellion and assess the political challenges ahead.

 

Tom Hickey: Israel: the growing campaign for boycott

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jul 13

 

Following Stephen Hawking's historic decision to boycott a conference in Israel, Tom Hickey looks at the growing campaign for BDS.

 

Estelle Cooch + Riya Al’Sanah: Strikes, soccer and sanctions: an interview with Mahmoud Sarsak

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jul 13

 

Mahmoud Sarsak is a professional footballer who was arrested in 2009 and imprisoned in Israel for three years without charge. In April 2012 he joined the coordinated hunger strikes by Palestinian political prisoners.

 

Alex Callinicos: What sort of party do we need?

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In our ongoing series of debates on the role of Leninism today, Alex Callinicos replies to Ian Birchall’s contribution in last month’s Review. He returns to the fundamentals of Leninist organisation and presents a different account of the political arguments of the 1980s.

 

Patrick Ward: Obituary: Iain Banks (1954-2013)

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Patrick Ward, who interviewed author Iain Banks for Socialist Review in 2008, looks at his life and Work.

 

Charlie Hore: Book review: Au Loong Yu: China’s Rise: Strength and Fragility

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China’s rise to being a major global economic power has involved a fundamental remaking of the Chinese working class. Over the past 20 years, several hundred million peasants have left their villages to become workers in the new exporting factories that have grown up in China’s coastal provinces.

 

Jonny Jones: Game of Thrones: Winter is coming

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The US cable channel HBO has acquired a reputation for developing television shows that are both intelligent and compulsive viewing. The best of these programmes, such as The Wire and The Sopranos, were able to shine a light on contemporary society in innovative ways.

 

Yunus Bakhsh: Why Read The History of the Russian Revolution?

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Isaac Deutscher, Trotsky’s biographer, described The History of the Russian Revolution as Trotsky’s, “Crowning work, both in scale and power and as the fullest expression of his ideas on revolution.” Trotsky himself says “The history of a revolution, like every other history, ought first of all to tell what happened and how. That however is, little enough. From the very telling it ought to become clear why it happened thus and not otherwise...”

 

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