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Der blev fundet 9 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 66

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Editorial (ISJ 66, Spring 1995)

66

1

mar 95

 

[Contents]

 

Dave Crouch: The crisis in Russia and the rise of the right

66

3

mar 95

 

Russia's crisis reached new depths with Boris Yeltsin's bloody suppression of Chechnya. He won the battle but may have lost the war to hold on to his presidency. Dave Crouch writes from Moscow, assessing the liberals' political, economic and social record and showing how they have prepared the ground for forces to their right, including Russia's increasingly vociferous Nazi organisations. Finally he looks at how workers' organisations are placed to resist the rise of the right.

 

Phil Gasper: Cruel and unusual punishment: the politics of crime in the United States

66

55

mar 95

 

Law and order have been the watchwords of the right in the industrialised countries for a generation. Social Democratic and labour parties seem to have accepted the right's terms of debate-just at the moment when the United States is experiencing a catastrophic failure in law enforcement. American socialist Phil Gasper provides a devastating expose.

 

Alex Callinicos: Backward to liberalism (David Miliband, ed.: "Reinventing the Left")

66

77

mar 95

 

British politics is dominated by the rightward shift of Tony Blair's `new look' Labour Party and the continued crisis of the Tory government. Alex Callinicos reviews the poverty of the Labour modernisers' thought.

 

John Newsinger: Matewan: film and working class struggle

66

89

mar 95

 

Matewan is one of the finest films about working class struggle. John Newsinger pays tribute to its maker, John Sayles, but also uncovers the equally heroic struggles which surrounded the events that made it to celluloid.

 

John Rees: The light and the dark (Eric Hobsbawm: "Age of Extremes")

66

109

mar 95

 

Taking the longer view, Eric Hobsbawm's panorama of the 20th century, Age of Extremes, informs and infuriates in not quite equal measure, argues John Rees.

 

Judy Cox: How to make the Tories disappear (David Butler, Andrew Adonis & Tony Travers: "Failure in British Government-the Politics of the Poll Tax" + Paul Whiteley, Patrick Seyd & Jeremy Richardson: "True Blues -the Politics of Conservative Party Membership")

66

119

mar 95

 

Judy Cox examines the withering of Tory party membership.

 

Charlie Hore: Jazz: a reply to critics

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127

mar 95

 

International Socialism 61 opened a debate on jazz. Here Charlie Hore brings the discussion to a close with a reply to his critics, whose views appeared in International Socialism 64.

 

Pat Riordan: Bookwatch: Ireland

66

139

mar 95

 

Irish politics are obviously at a turning point. Pat Riordan's Bookwatch provides a guide.

 

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