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Editorial (ISJ 58, Spring 1993)

58

1

mar 93

 

Chris Harman: Where is capitalism going? (Part I)

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3

mar 93

 

Pro-capitalist commentators were supremely confident that the 1980s boom marked a decisive turning point in the fortunes of their system. Optimism continued to rise, unchecked even by the stock exchange crash of 1987. But now these same writers stare out at the wasteland of a world economy suffering the most damaging slump since the 1930s, but have no explanation of why boom turned to bust. In `Where is Capitalism going?' Chris Harman looks at the weaknesses of the 1980s boom, the seriousness of the new slump and at the relevance of Marxist theory in providing an explanation of how the one turned into the other. The first part of `Where is Capitalism going?' looks at the core of the system, the advanced capitalist states. The second part, to appear in the next issue of International Socialism, will examine the economies of Latin America, India, China and the Newly Industrialising Countries of the Pacific rim.

 

Peter Morgan + Ruth Brown: Politics and the class struggle today – a roundtable discussion

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59

mar 93

 

The depth of the economic crisis has played its part in the rebirth of militancy among wide layers of the British working class. Our roundtable discussion brings together activists from the mines, the engineering and rail industries and the National Health Service to discuss the politics of the class struggle today.

 

Richard Greeman: The return of Comrade Tulayev: Victor Serge and the tragic vision of Stalinism

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79

mar 93

 

Victor Serge, the great revolutionary chronicler of the Russian revolution, was also a fine novelist. The greatest of his fiction, The Case of Comrade Tulayev, has just been re-published after 20 years. In an article extracted from his forthcoming biography of Serge, Richard Greeman examines Serge the artist and Serge the anti-Stalinist, carefully tracing the links between art and life.

 

Norah Carlin: A new English revolution (Brian Manning: "1649, The Crisis of the English Revolution")

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119

mar 93

 

John Charlton: Building a new world (Linda Clarke: "Building Capitalism: Historical Change and the Labour Process in the Production of the Built Environment")

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131

mar 93

 

John Chariton looks at Building Capitalism, Linda Clarke's study of urban development and the rise of capitalism in London

 

Colin Barker: A reply to Dave McNulty

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137

mar 93

 

Colin Barker answers criticism of his review of Edward Thompson's Customs in Common.

 

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