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Der blev fundet 13 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 85

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Editorial (ISJ 85, Winter 1999)

85

1

dec 99

 

Alex Callinicos: Reformism and class polarisation in Europe

85

3

dec 99

 

Labour landslides in Britain, France and Germany have already given way to a profound crisis for the victorious parties. Most dramatically, the Schröder government in Germany has gone from electoral triumph to electoral disaster within a year, losing heartlands in western Germany and being overtaken by the reformed Stalinist PDS in eastern Germany. Alex Callinicos charts the class struggles underpinning these political reverses.

 

Gerry Mooney + Michael Lavalette: New Labour, new moralism: the welfare politics and ideology of New Labour under Blair

85

27

dec 99

 

The signs of the unpopularity of Blairism internationally can also be read in its country of origin, as the elections to the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly demonstrated. Michael Lavalette and Gerry Mooney's analysis of the ideology of New Labour shows how deeply anti working class, pro-market sentiment has penetrated the Labour leadership.

 

Ken Coates: Benign imperialism versus United Nations

85

49

dec 99

 

Ken Coates has been a longtime labour movement activist, a critic of Blairism and an opponent of the recent Balkan War. In this issue we publish his critique of former peace activists who joined the pro-war lobby. John Baxter welcomes Ken Coates's defence of the anti-war movement, but dissents from the conclusion that the United Nations is a suitably neutral force which can resolve imperial conflicts.

 

John Baxter: Is the UN an alternative to 'humanitarian imperialism'?

85

57

dec 99

 

Ken Coates has been a longtime labour movement activist, a critic of Blairism and an opponent of the recent Balkan War. In this issue we publish his critique of former peace activists who joined the pro-war lobby. John Baxter welcomes Ken Coates's defence of the anti-war movement, but dissents from the conclusion that the United Nations is a suitably neutral force which can resolve imperial conflicts.

 

John Rose: Jesus: history's most famous missing person

85

73

dec 99

 

The Millennium seems a good moment to examine the event that defines the Christian calendar, the birth of Jesus. John Rose examines the historical evidence for the existence of Jesus in the context of social conflict in the Roman Empire.

 

Chris Harman: The 20th century: an age of extremes or an age of possibilities?

85

87

dec 99

 

Chris Harman looks at the shape of the last century

 

Mike Gonzalez: Is Modernism dead?

85

99

dec 99

 

Mike Gonzalez reviews Tim Clark's book on the dominant art form of the last 100 years, Modernism.

 

Peter Morgan: The man behind the mask (Francis Wheen: "Karl Marx")

85

107

dec 99

 

Karl Marx's continuing popularity is confirmed by the widespread acclaim for Francis Wheen's new biography, reviewed here by Peter Morgan.

 

Anne Alexander: All power to the imagination (Marshall Berman: "Adventures in Marxism")

85

119

dec 99

 

Marshall Berman's Adventures in Marxism, reviewed by Anne Alexander, is a sympathetic study of Marxism.

 

Anna Chen: George Orwell: a literary Trotskyist? (John Newsinger: "Orwell's Politics")

85

131

dec 99

 

Rob Hoveman: History of theory (Alex Callinicos: "Social Theory: A Historical Introduction")

85

145

dec 99

 

Chris Harman: Comment on Molyneux on art

85

153

dec 99

 

Chris Harman joins in the debate on art between John Molyneux and Chris Nineham that has appeared in issues 79, 80, 82 and 84 of International Socialism.

 

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