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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 69

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Editorial (ISJ 69, Winter 1995)

69

1

dec 95

 

[Contents]

 

Lindsey German: The Balkan war can there be peace?

69

3

dec 95

 

The Balkan war has pitted one group of brutal ethnic cleansers against another, at enormous cost to the Muslim, Croat and Serbian peoples of the area. Lindsey German argues that with the massively increased military aid now being given to the Bosnian-Croat alliance by the United States and NATO a watershed has been reached in the conflict. This turn of events has left many of those socialists who previously supported the Bosnians and the Croats facing the unpalatable truth that these governments are as willing as the Serbs to employ the methods of ethnic cleansing once they gain the advantage over their enemies.

 

Duncan Blackie: The left and the Balkan war

69

27

dec 95

 

Duncan Blackie examines the left's record on the Balkan War and finds it wanting.

 

Nicolai Gentchev: The myth of welfare dependency

69

37

dec 95

 

Class is still the factor which dominates life in modern Britain. In a complementary series of articles Nicolai Gentchev looks at the Tories' latest excuse for attacking the welfare state and explodes the myth of welfare dependency.

 

Judy Cox: Wealth, poverty and class in Britain today

69

49

dec 95

 

Judy Cox examines the class structure which lies behind the widening gap between rich and poor.

 

Peter Morgan: Trade unions and strikes a snapshot of the industrial scene

69

69

dec 95

 

Peter Morgan reviews a new TUC report and reveals a more optimistic picture of union strength than most media commentators and establishment politicians admit.

 

Julie Waterson: The party at its peak (Nina Fishman: "The British Communist Party and the Trade Unions, 1933-45")

69

77

dec 95

 

Megan Trudell: Living to some purpose (John Keane: "Tom Paine: a political life")

69

85

dec 95

 

Nick Howard: The rise and fall of socialism in one city (Clyde Binfield et al (eds): "The History of the City of Sheffield 1843-1993" + Manuel Castells: "The City and the Grassroots" + Stuart Lowe: "Urban Social Movements – The City After Castells")

69

97

dec 95

 

Developments in class struggle in the city of Sheffield.

 

Andy Durgan: Bookwatch: Civil War and revolution in Spain

69

109

dec 95

 

Andy Durgan was an historical adviser on Ken Loach's acclaimed film about the Spanish Revolution, Land and Freedom. In this quarter's Bookwatch he supplies a comprehensive readers' guide to one of the turning points of the 20th century.

 

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