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Contents (ISJ 46, Spring 1990)

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An appeal to readers

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Chris Harman: The storm breaks

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The world seems to have shifted on its axis in the last six months. The Stalinist regimes in Eastern Europe have been blown away by a great hurricane of popular protest which is now battering at the walls of the Kremlin itself. And South Africa is also in the midst of great changes. In two articles written in January this year we provide a Marxist analysis of these events.
International Socialism welcomes the revolutions of 1989, but many other socialists feel as much confused as elated by the upheavals. Those left wingers who believed that Russia and the Eastern European regimes were socialist societies are now demoralised by the seemingly headlong rush to embrace the Western style markets.
'The Storm Breaks' argues against this pessimism. Chris Harman, author of Class Struggles in Eastern Europe, shows that what we are seeing is not the destruction of socialism but the crisis of state capitalism.

 

Alex Callinicos: Can South Africa be reformed?

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South African events are barely less dramatic than those in Eastern Europe. But again many socialists are unsure of what De Klerk's reforms mean. Alex Callinicos extends the analysis first outlined in his book South Africa: Between Reform and Revolution to answer the question 'Can South Africa be reformed?'

 

John Saville: Britain, the Marshall Plan and the Cold War

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M J Hogan: “The Marshall Plan, America, Britain, and the reconstruction of Western Europe, 1947-1952” + P Weiler: “British Labour and the Cold War” + H Pelling: “Britain and the Marshall Plan”)
John Saville, one of the best known Marxist historians whose most recent book is 1848-the British State and the Chartist Movement, turns his attention to the roots of the Cold War and the Marshall Plan. His timely review article gives us a chance to look back at the origins of a period that now seems to be passing away.

 

Sue Clegg: Against the stream

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Lindsey German: “Sex, Class and Socialism”

 

John Rees: The rising bourgeoisie

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Peter Earle: “The Making of the English Middle Class – business, society and family life in London 1660-1730”

 

Editorial (ISJ 46, Spring 1990)

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