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Contents (ISJ 105, Winter 2004)

105

1

dec 04

 

Notes on contributors (ISJ 105, Winter 2004)

105

2

dec 04

 

Simon Assaf + Anne Alexander: Iraq: The rise of the resistance

105

3

dec 04

 

'Iraq – the new Vietnam' is now a cliché. But lies and misinformation about the resistance abound, even on the left. Anne Alexander and Simon Assaf challenge these, and provide the fullest account of its rise to have appeared anywhere yet. They conclude that it is a movement for national liberation that deserves the support of anti-imperialists everywhere.

 

Elaheh Rostami Povey: Iran: Workers, women and the Islamic republic (Interview)

105

43

dec 04

 

Next on Bush's 'axis of evil' list is Iran. But what is life really like for workers and for women? Is it a near-totalitarian theocracy? Where did the new opposition movement come from and what do they stand for? Eleheh Rostami Povey answers these and many other questions in an interview that challenge widespread preconceptions.

 

Mark Thomas: The birth of our politics: Marxists and the 1905 revolution

105

63

dec 04

 

Revolution burst into the last century in 1905 and set a pattern that recurred throughout it. 1905 also peoduced a flowering af Marxist theory. Mark Thomas shows the relevance for today of the events and the ideas.

 

Gregor Gall: Trade unions: Back from the brink or still on the margins?

105

98

dec 04

 

What are the prospects for industrial class struggle in Britain? In our new polemics section Gregor Gall argues aginst what he sees as the over-optimism of the Socialist Workers Party and Martin Smith replies.

 

Martin Smith: Trade unions: Politics and the struggle

105

111

dec 04

 

What are the prospects for industrial class struggle in Britain? In our new polemics section Gregor Gall argues aginst what he sees as the over-optimism of the Socialist Workers Party and Martin Smith replies.

 

Fabio Ruggiero: Italy: Rifondazione's U-turn

105

124

dec 04

 

Europe's biggest anti-capitalist movement and its most succesfull far-left party are both in Italy. But the party Rifondazione Comunista, is making overtures to the centre-left. Fabio Ruggiero criticises the turn and Chris Harman looks at a historical precedent.

 

Italy: Extracts from Bertinotti’s Theses

105

132

dec 04

 

Europe's biggest anti-capitalist movement and its most succesfull far-left party are both in Italy. But the party Rifondazione Comunista, is making overtures to the centre-left. Fabio Ruggiero criticises the turn and Chris Harman looks at a historical precedent.

 

Chris Harman: The history of an argument

105

133

dec 04

 

Europe's biggest anti-capitalist movement and its most succesfull far-left party are both in Italy. But the party Rifondazione Comunista, is making overtures to the centre-left. Fabio Ruggiero criticises the turn and Chris Harman looks at a historical precedent.

 

Néstor Kohan: Postmodernism, commodity fetishism and hegemony

105

139

dec 04

 

Argentinian Marxist Néstor Kohan challenging the 'post-Marxist' orthodoxies of the 1990s.

 

Talat Ahmed: Mulk Raj Anand: novelist and fighter

105

159

dec 04

 

The Indian novelist Mulk Raj Anand passed away at the grand old age of 98 last September.

 

Martin Empson: Marxism on the web

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164

dec 04

 

Over the last decade the Marxists Internet Archive has become the most comprehensive online collection of left wing texts. Martin Empson spoke to some of the volunteers behind the project about their aims and methods.

 

Sabby Sagall: Book reviews: The false promise (John Rose: "The Myths of Zionism")

105

169

dec 04

 

Chris Harman: Book reviews: Empty method man (Kieran Allen: "Max Weber: A Critical Introduction")

105

171

dec 04

 

This is a very critical introduction to the theorist who is still being presented to generations of sociology students as the ‘liberal’, ‘value free’ and ‘sophisticated’ alternative to the supposed ‘economic reductionism’ of Karl Marx. As such it will be extremely useful to teachers and students alike.

 

Pat Stack: Book reviews: Dylan’s back pages (Bob Dylan: "Chronicles: Volume One")

105

173

dec 04

 

This is a book many probably thought would never be written. Bob Dylan, the most private of men, telling his own life story – unthinkable.

 

Joseph Choonara: Book reviews: Marx or the multitude? (Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri: "Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire")

105

176

dec 04

 

Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri’s first collaboration, Empire, exerted a powerful influence on the anti-capitalist movement, especially on those sections describing themselves as autonomist.

 

Paul Blackledge: Book reviews: A life on the left (John Saville: "Memoirs from the Left")

105

180

dec 04

 

John Saville was one of the outstanding intellectuals to come out of the British Communist Party Historians' Group (CPHG) in the 1950s.

 

Chris Harman: Book reviews: Contested values (Olivier Roy: "Globalised Islam: The Search for the New Ummah" + Mariam Abou Zahab & Olivier Roy: "Islamist Networks: The Afghan-Pakistan Connection" + Muzaffar Alam: "The Languages of Political Islam: India 1200-1800")

105

184

dec 04

 

Nine years ago Olivier Roy wrote a book entitled The Failure of Political Islam. It was a book which demanded to be taken seriously, since he is one of the few Westerners to provide a serious account for a general readership of what has variously been called ‘political Islam’, ‘Islamism’ or ‘Islamic fundamentalism’.

 

A highly successful school

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187

dec 04

 

More than 180 people attended a day school organised jointly by International Socialism and the journal Historical Materialism in London last November.
Entitled, Capitalism: Where it came from and where it’s going , it centred around three sets of discussions involving the American Marxist Robert Brenner and speakers from International Socialism.

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

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188

dec 04

 

Our choice of the best articles from other journals

 

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