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Editorial (ISJ 57, Winter 1992)

57

1

dec 92

 

Lindsey German: Can there be a revolution in Britain?

57

3

dec 92

 

Britain's Tory government and the capitalist system that it represents have plummeted from the easy certainties of the 1980s' boom into the worst slump since the 1930s. Social deprivation stares out from every street corner. The talismans of Thatcher's reign-the police, the courts and the monarchy-have rarely fallen so low in public esteem.
Yet the left and the organised working class still seems mired in its own crisis following the failures of Labourism and Stalinism. Can the working class movement recover? And, even if it does, how near will we be to fundamental change in Britain? Lindsey German challenges the pessimism of the left and recovers the genuine Marxist theory of revolution in a hard headed look at the prospects for revolution in Britain.

 

Mike Haynes: Columbus, the Americas and the rise of capitalism

57

55

dec 92

 

Columbus remains as controversial now as when he discovered the Americas 500 years ago. Mike Gonzalez uncovers the myths of Columbus, myths which were first formulated in the years immediately after his voyages and which have been perpetuated down to our own time. Mike Haynes looks at Columbus from another angle, tracing the effect of the discovery of the Americas on the development of European capitalism. Together these articles strike a decisive blow to the apologists for imperialism and propose a critique of Third Worldist and Green commentators who see the indigenous societies of Latin America as a model for change today.

 

Mike Gonzalez: The myths of Columbus: a history

57

101

dec 92

 

Columbus remains as controversial now as when he discovered the Americas 500 years ago. Mike Gonzalez uncovers the myths of Columbus, myths which were first formulated in the years immediately after his voyages and which have been perpetuated down to our own time. Mike Haynes looks at Columbus from another angle, tracing the effect of the discovery of the Americas on the development of European capitalism. Together these articles strike a decisive blow to the apologists for imperialism and propose a critique of Third Worldist and Green commentators who see the indigenous societies of Latin America as a model for change today.

 

Paul Foot: Poetry and revolution

57

129

dec 92

 

Paul Foot's 'Poetry and Revolution' examines the impact of political change on poetry from Milton and the English Revolution to contemporary Irish poetry with the help of interviews with Terry Eagleton, Tom Paullin, Christopher Hill, Marilyn Butler and Tony Harrison.

 

Alex Callinicos: Rhetoric which cannot conceal a bankrupt theory: a reply to Ernest Mandel

57

147

dec 92

 

Alex Callinicos replies to Ernest Mandel's article printed in our previous issue.

 

Charlie Kimber: Capitalism, cruelty and conquest (Thomas Pakenham: "The scramble for Africa")

57

161

dec 92

 

David McNulty: Comments on Colin Barker's review of Thompson's Customs in Common

57

171

dec 92

 

Contents (ISJ 57, Winter 1992)

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