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Edtorial (ISJ 91, Summer 2001)

91

1

jun 01

 

Susan George: What now? (Jan 2001)

91

3

jun 01

 

From the drugs companies' defeat over patenting in South Africa, to the cancellation of the World Bank meeting in Barcelona for fear of protests--we are winning. But victories raise serious issues. How do we react to police violence? Should we take on the state physically or build local networks? Who are our allies, and who are our real enemies? International Socialism presents a forum in which Susan George, Walden Bello and Chris Nineham put forward their visions of where the movement should go. Fundamentally, how do we answer the question raised by Susan George--what does 'overthrowing capitalism' mean in the 21st century?

 

Walden Bello: The global conjuncture: characteristics and challenges

91

11

jun 01

 

From the drugs companies' defeat over patenting in South Africa, to the cancellation of the World Bank meeting in Barcelona for fear of protests--we are winning. But victories raise serious issues. How do we react to police violence? Should we take on the state physically or build local networks? Who are our allies, and who are our real enemies? International Socialism presents a forum in which Susan George, Walden Bello and Chris Nineham put forward their visions of where the movement should go. Fundamentally, how do we answer the question raised by Susan George--what does 'overthrowing capitalism' mean in the 21st century?

 

Chris Nineham: An idea whose time has come

91

21

jun 01

 

From the drugs companies' defeat over patenting in South Africa, to the cancellation of the World Bank meeting in Barcelona for fear of protests--we are winning. But victories raise serious issues. How do we react to police violence? Should we take on the state physically or build local networks? Who are our allies, and who are our real enemies? International Socialism presents a forum in which Susan George, Walden Bello and Chris Nineham put forward their visions of where the movement should go. Fundamentally, how do we answer the question raised by Susan George--what does 'overthrowing capitalism' mean in the 21st century?

 

Mike Marqusee: Labour's long march to the right

91

31

jun 01

 

The Breakdown of the Labour Party's base is continuing apace, while the Socialist Alliance/SSP challenge is breaking new ground in British politics. Author and Socialist Alliance national committee member Mike Marqusee responds to John Rees's analysis in International Socialism 90 of how and why this is happening, and adds his voice to the discussion of how we build a new left here in Britain.

 

Mike Davis: Wild streets: 'American Graffiti' versus the Cold War

91

37

jun 01

 

Mike Davis, author of Magical Urbanism, takes a look at the seeds of revolt sown in the youth rebellions of early Cold War America. From the 'Zoot suit' riots of 1943 to the battles on Sunset Strip, he shows how rebelling against the local sheriff led to identification with the civil rights movement.

 

Goretti Horgan: Changing women's lives in Ireland

91

53

jun 01

 

Irish women's lives have transformed in recent years. Goretti Horgan shows how the needs of Irish capital have coincided with shifts in patterns of emigration, marriage and childbirth, but also how collective struggle has started to break down the church's hold over women's lives. Can the new protest movement point the way forward for women's liberation?

 

John Lister: We'll fight them in the hedgerows: socialist answers to the crisis in the countryside

91

93

jun 01

 

Mike Gonzalez: The Zapatistas after the Great March – a postscript

91

111

jun 01

 

Dragan Plavsic: Hoist on their own petards (Noam Chomsky: "A New Generation Draws the Line: Kosovo, East Timor and the Standards of the West" + Michael Parenti: "To Kill a Nation: The Attack on Yugoslavia")

91

119

jun 01

 

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