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Editorial (ISJ 12, Spring 1981)

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mar 81

 

International Socialism (Series 2) completes three years of publication with this issue. How have we fared so far?

 

Jonathan Neale: The Afghan Tragedy

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mar 81

 

All the paraphernalia of modern war has descended upon Afghanistan: the napalm, the tanks, the night-time executions, the refugee camps slowly turning into tent cities. On the one side the prophets of helicopter gunship socialism talk of “progress” while their Russian masters bomb the peasantry and shoot down the students. On the other side an outraged people fights bravely under the banner of religious bigotry and the leadership of blatant careerists. It seems that neither side can win the war.
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Lindsey German: Theories of Patriarchy

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mar 81

 

Perhaps the most persistent and widespread theory around the Women’s Movement today is that of patriarchy. It takes many different forms but the ideas behind it – that male domination or sexism is something which exists not just as a product of capitalism but as something quite separate from the capitalist mode of production and which will endure beyond capitalism – are accepted so widely that a wholesale rejection of the theory is greeted with complete and genuine amazement.
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Ray Challinor: Peter Murray McDouall and ‘Physical Force’ Chartism

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mar 81

 

Chartism has been Britain’s biggest and most significant mass revolutionary movement to date. In the 1830s and 1840s it mobilised millions of workers. Peter Murray McDouall remained a Chartist leader throughout these turbulent years. Furthermore in every major battle – 1839, 1842, 1848 – he consistently advocated the same policies. McDouall was the foremost exponent of physical force.

 

B. Vandesteeg + S. Freeman: What is ‘Unproductive Labour’

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mar 81

 

The importance of a Marxist theory of productive labour has been neglected in the analysis of the present crisis. In recent years there has been some controversy among Marxist economists over how we should properly define productive labour. But these debates have remained at an academic level and have not been used to develop practical socialist politics.

 

Alex Callinicos: Wage Labour and State Capitalism: A reply to Peter Binns and Mike Haynes

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mar 81

 

An otherwise excellent critique of “exceptionalist” analyses of the eastern bloc by Peter Binns and Mike Haynes in a recent issue of International Socialism was vitiated by the authors’ acceptance of the proposition that “wage-labour is not necessary to capital” (p. 29).

 

Tim Potter: A Note on the Fascist Resurgence in Italy

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mar 81

 

While the article on the rise of fascist terrorism in the last issue of International Socialism was useful, it needs to be the start of more systematic work on the social and ideological roots of this phenomenon. It seems that in most European countries, the probability of a fascist revival had been discounted by the left for a number of years after the major street battles which characterised much of the activity of the left in the early and mid-seventies. Yet fascist groups, while having been substantially defeated on the level of parliamentary and mass politics have regrouped and reappeared in a much more violent form.

 

John Newsinger: Cabral’s Marxism (A. Cabral: “Unity and Struggle” + J. Saul: “State and Revolution in East Africa”)

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mar 81

 

The coup d’etat of November 1980 in Guinea-Bissau has placed a large question mark over the achievement of the PAIGC (Party of African Independence for Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde) and will inevitably herald a growing disenchantment among that regime’s admirers in the West. At such a time, it is perhaps useful to consider the character of the national liberation struggle in Guinea-Bissau and, more particularly, the ideas of its leader, Amilcar Cabral.

 

Ann Rogers: Review of G. Cohen’s “Karl Marx’s Theory of History – A Defence”

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mar 81

 

Since its publication, Cohen’s book has acquired a formidable reputation in certain left circles; both as heralding a return to orthodox Marxism, and as a masterpiece of philosophical rigour. Cohen himself sees his mission as being to introduce the ‘precision of intellectual commitment’ which he thinks was a product of British philosophy’s engagement with logical positivism, to an interpretation of historical materialism ‘in which history is, fundamentally, the growth of human productive power, and forms of society rise and fall according as they enable or impede that growth.’

 

Contents (ISJ 12, Spring 1981)

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