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Editorial (ISJ 72, Autumn 1996)

72

1

sep 96

 

[Contents]

 

Alex Callinicos: Betrayal and discontent: Labour under Blair

72

3

sep 96

 

Tony Blair's march to the right in double quick time has provoked unprecedented pre-election discontent, and not just among the party's rank and file. Alex Callinicos examines all the most recent policy shifts, concentrating on Labour's economic programme. He concludes that although Blair once identified with the kind of revived Keynsianism typified by Will Hutton's bestseller "The State We're In". He is now aligned more closely with the most naked forms of capitalist accumulation.

 

Colin Sparks + Sue Cockerill: Japan in crisis

72

27

sep 96

 

Japan's economy is touted as a model by Blair's supporters. But, as Susan Cockerill and Colin Sparks demonstrate, that country's economic miracle is fading faster than at any time in the post-war period.

 

Richard Levins: When science fails us

72

59

sep 96

 

RICHARD LEVINS is a biologist best known for co-authoring the highly praised book, The Dialectical Biologist. He founded Science for Vietnam and Science for the People in the United States. He refused nomination to the National Academy of Science in the early 1970s because of that organisation's role as an adviser to the government's war effort in Vietnam. This year he was awarded the 1996 Edinburgh Medal at the Edinburgh International Science Festival. His address to the festival, 'When science fails us', is a critique of establishment science and a vindication of a dialectical approach to science.

 

Ian Birchall: The Babeuf bicentenary: conspiracy or revolutionary party?

72

77

sep 96

 

The bicentenary of Babeuf's 'Conspiracy of Equals' during the great French Revolution allows us to examine a moment that has occupied an uncertain place in the annals of revolutionary history. Was it a hopeless act of a desperate minority? Was Babeuf's organisation the forerunner of the Leninist party? Ian Birchall offers a fresh view of an old controversy.

 

Brian Manning: A voice for the poor
(Christopher Hill: "Liberty Against the Law: Some Seventeenth-Century Controversies")

72

95

sep 96

 

Paul O’Flinn: From the kingdom of necessity to the kingdom of freedom: Morris's News From Nowhere
(C Wilmer (ed): "William Morris: News from Nowhere and other Writings")

72

101

sep 96

 

Clare Fermont: Bookwatch: Palestine and the Middle East 'peace process'

72

113

sep 96

 

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