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Contents (ISJ 44, Autumn 1989)

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Charlie Hore: China: Tiananmen Square and after

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The brutal imposition of martial law by China’s rulers last June broke the greatest popular revolt against the regime since Mao took power in 1949. Charlie Hore, basing himself on unique eyewitness accounts, gives a gripping account of that revolt.
‘China: Tiananmen Square and after’ also explains why the Chinese regime’s attempt to turn its centralised Stalinist economy towards the market led to a crisis. The article goes on to show that the crackdown has deepened the Chinese crisis, not solved it. Some of the crucial lessons that the movement must learn if it is to avoid similar tragic defeats are also spelt out.

 

Sue Clegg: Thatcher and the welfare state

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Britain’s Tory government claims to have rolled back what its leader, Margaret Thatcher, calls the ‘nanny state’. Sue Clegg shows that the real record is much less clear cut. By analysing the gap between the Tories’ rhetoric and their actions, she explains how welfare spending results both from the needs of the capitalist class and the struggle of the working class.

 

John Molyneux: Animal Farm Revisited

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George Orwell: “Animal Farm”.
George Orwell has always been a paradoxical figure on the left. How could the author of the inspiring account of the Spanish Revolution, Homage to Catalonia, also write every right winger’s favourite example of why revolution can never work, Animal Farm? John Molyneux revisits Animal Farm in search of an answer.

 

David Finkel: After Arias, is the revolution over?

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In issue 39 Mike Gonzalez wrote Central America after the peace plan. In this issue we are happy to publish a reply by Dave Finkel, an editor of the American socialist magazine Against the Current, who wrote his article before this year’s El Salvadorean elections.

 

John Rose: The Jews in Poland

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C Abramsky, N Jackimczyk & A Polanski: The Jews in Poland
John Rose reviews part of a major publishing project in Jewish history and shows how socialists organised both Jew and gentile in the fight against anti-semitism.

 

Editorial (ISJ 44, Autumn 1989)

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