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Editorial (ISJ 8, Spring 1980)

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1

mar 80

 

Much of this issue of International Socialism is taken up with debates begun in earlier issues.

 

Mike Gonzalez + Peter Binns: Cuba, Castro and Socialism

8

1

mar 80

 

Twenty one years have passed since the time Castro’s rebel army, backed by a loose coalition of intellectuals – the 26th July Movement – destroyed the US-backed Batista regime and began to effect fundamental changes in Cuban society. What exactly did it achieve? Does it provide the Third World with an alternative and viable road to socialism to that of Moscow’s stultifying bureaucrats? Can its methods be repeated elsewhere?
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Nigel Harris: The new untouchables: the international migration of labour

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37

mar 80

 

The rise of imperialism is also the rise of the modern State. The manifestation of the power of the State is in the first instance its tight control of one patch of very clearly defined territory and the population trapped within its boundaries.

 

Richard Hyman: British trade unionism: post-war trends and future prospects

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64

mar 80

 

I am happy to accept the invitation to respond to Steve Jefferys’ article analysing modern British trade unionism.

 

Duncan Hallas: Trade unionists and revolution – A response to Richard Hyman

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80

mar 80

 

Response to Hyman: British trade unionism: post-war trends and future prospects in this issue.
No marxist can quarrel with Richard Hyman’s point that ‘awareness of historical continuity is essential’ for understanding not only ‘wartime workplace organisation’ but also more generally.

 

Bob Rowthorn: The Alternative Economic Strategy

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85

mar 80

 

A reply to Jon Bearman: Anatomy of the Bennite Left (ISJ2:6).
Bob Rowthorn is a member of the Communist Party.

 

Sue Cockerill: Reply to left reformism

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95

mar 80

 

A reply to Bob Rowthorn: “The Alternative Economic Strategy” (this issue) + Geoff Hodgson: “Britain's crisis” (ISJ2:7)
Geoff Hodgson and Bob Rowthorn have both made replies to Jonathan Bearman’s Anatomy of the Bennite Left (International Socialism 2 : 6). This article attempts to take up the points raised by both, particularly in relation to the Alternative Economic Strategy.

 

Mike George: Reply to Dave Albury on Alternative Plans

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105

mar 80

 

It has become clear that the SWP has decided that workers’ alternative plans are a diversion from the revolutionary strategy, although some individual Party members hold an opposing view. Apart from some rhetorical statements in Socialist Worker, the only sustained critique that I and the Lucas Aerospace stewards know of, is the recent article by Dave Albury in International Socialism 2:6. This comment is intended to contribute to the honest debate over alternative plans called for in that article.

 

Jules Townshend: Is Alternative Production a “utopian lunacy”?

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110

mar 80

 

To characterize alternative production as ‘utopian lunacy’ as the editors did in IS 2 : 5, may seem a little bizarre when they then counterpose it to the ‘politically correct’ demand of nationalization under workers’ control, a demand that as far as I know has not been taken up seriously by any trade union organisation – official or unofficial – since the war. Further, they then make a concession to the alternative production case by implying that it can make effective socialist propaganda, but are reluctant to pursue this point, in their condemnation of it as ‘utopian lunacy’.

 

Jack Fuller: The new ‘workerism’ – The politics of the Italian autonomists

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112

mar 80

 

(Reprinted in ISJ2:92, p.63ff) -- The publication of Working Class Autonomy and the Crisis by Red Notes and CSE Books gives English speaking socialists a substantial and serious account of the development of the autonomous current in Italy.

 

Marcel van der Linden: The relative independence of the bourgeois state apparatus

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124

mar 80

 

A reply to Tim Potter: “The ‘strong’ state” (ISJ2:4, p.110ff).
Marcel van der Linden is a member of the Political Bureau of the International Communist League (IKB), Dutch section of the Fourth International.

 

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