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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 98

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Content (ISJ 98, Spring 2003)

98

1

mar 03

 

Editorial (ISJ 98, Spring 2003)

98

2

mar 03

 

Editorial comment

98

3

mar 03

 

Sam Ashman: The anti-capitalist movement and the war

98

7

mar 03

 

THE SCALE of the movement against war on Iraq surpasses anything known in history and its progress will have repercussions for generations to come. Sam Ashman looks at the development of the movement internationally, from anti-capitalism to anti-imperialism, assessing the successes, problems and debates within the movement in Europe, the US, South America and beyond.

 

John Rees: Cairo calling: The Cairo Declaration

98

23

mar 03

 

The International Campaign Against US Aggression on Iraq was launched at a historic conference in Cairo last December. The Cairo Declaration, reprinted here, was issued as a statement of aims and has attracted considerable support from all over the globe.

 

Colin Sparks: Inside the media

98

31

mar 03

 

THE MEDIA can leave activists in fits of rage as the TV and newspapers seem to spew out so much one-sided capitalist propaganda. But is it really so simple? Colin Sparks takes a look inside the media, analysing the conflicting pressures on owners, editors and media workers. He assesses the role of the mass media as a capitalist enterprise, but one that must connect with the everyday experience of workers.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Brazil in the eye of the storm

98

57

mar 03

 

LULA’S VICTORY in the Brazilian presidential election last October represented the hopes of millions of workers. But straight after speaking to cheers at the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, he jetted off to Davos to meet and greet the architects of neo-liberal globalisation at the World Economic Forum. Mike Gonzalez looks at Lula’s political history, from young trade unionist to much feted leader of the Workers Party and asks, will he live up to his promise?

 

Isidoro Cruz + Robert Sáenz: The driving force behind the 'Argentinazo'

98

77

mar 03

 

Two Argentinean activists chart the debates since the popular uprising in Argentina in December 2001, and argue that the organised industrial working class must be central to the movement if it is to unite the different sections and demands of the popular assemblies.

 

Rachel Aldred: Between the no longer and the not yet (Daniel Bensaïd: "Marx for Our Times")

98

89

mar 03

 

Dave Renton: When superpowers lose (Victor Davis Hanson: "Why the West has Won: Carnage and Culture from Salamis to Vietnam")

98

97

mar 03

 

Dave Renton takes a look inside an American triumphalist’s mind with Why the West has Won

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: Defying the colour line (Brian Kelly: "Race, Class and Power in the Alabama Coalfields, 1908-21")

98

107

mar 03

 

A Deutscher Prize winning history of Alabama coal miners

 

John Rose: The Jubilee and the Apocalypse (Neil Faulkner: "The Great Jewish Revolt Against Rome, AD 66-73")

98

117

mar 03

 

Jane Hardy: Toil and trouble: the nature of the US economy (Robert Brenner: "The Boom and the Bubble: The US in the World Economy")

98

125

mar 03

 

Robert Brenner’s latest work on the US economy.

 

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