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Contents (ISJ 108, Autumn 2005)

108

1

sep 05

 

Notes on contributors (ISJ 108, Autumn 2005)

108

2

sep 05

 

Chris Harman: Analysis: Three faultlines

108

3

sep 05

 

This summer saw the clear emergence of another faultline in the world system, alongside those caused by the Bush government’s inability to crush the resistance in Iraq, and the rising wave of revolt in Latin America. The new faultline is in Western Europe. It is the subject of the opening section of this journal.

 

Stathis Kouvélakis: France: the triumph of the political

108

7

sep 05

 

The result of the French referendum on 29 May 2005 was immediately greeted in France, but also internationally, as a major political turning point rather than just another election result.

 

Stefan Bornost: Germany: the rise of the left

108

14

sep 05

 

After years of relative stability German politics is changing rapidly. Massive attacks on the welfare state have led to upheaval in the trade union movement, major splits in the reformist camp and a regrouping of the left.

 

Pepijn Brandon: A note on the Dutch referendum

108

34

sep 05

 

On 1 June 2005 a large majority of the Dutch electorate rejected the proposed EU constitution. With a 62 percent ‘No’ vote on a 63 percent turnout, the Dutch ‘No’ was even more pronounced than the French ‘No’ two days previously.

 

Jane Hardy + Andy Zebrowski: Poland and the new Europe

108

39

sep 05

 

Colin Barker: 25 years ago: The rise of Solidarnosc

108

52

sep 05

 

Ian Taylor: Respect: the view from below

108

57

sep 05

 

Interviews with candidates and activists from East London

 

Mike Gonzalez: Bolivia: the rising of the people

108

73

sep 05

 

Sérgio Dominguez + Rui Polly + Paulo Trinidade: The left and the crisis of the Lula government

108

102

sep 05

 

Lula’s Workers’ Party (PT) government in Brazil was hit by a devastating political crisis over the summer.

 

Alex Callinicos: Imperialism and global political economy

108

109

sep 05

 

Irfan Habib: Critical notes on Edward Said

108

129

sep 05

 

Edward Said was rightly admired for his courageous opposition to the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Consequently many on the left also accepted all the arguments of his book Orientalism, including its criticisms of Marx. But, argues the eminent Indian historian Irfan Habib, these are completely misplaced.

 

Chris Harman: Making sense of socialism today

108

137

sep 05

 

A review of Claudio Katz: "El Porvenir del Socialismo" (The Future of Socialism), Herramiento, Buenos Aires

 

Pete Glatter: 1905: The consciousness factor

108

161

sep 05

 

The first revolution to be based on the mass strike reached its peak exactly 100 years ago. Pete Glatter looks at the changes in consciousness that culminated in the formation of the world's first workers' council and an armed uprising.

 

Ian Birchall: Pierre Broué: A rare combination

108

179

sep 05

 

Pierre Broué (1926-2005) who died in July, was one of the most important historians in the revolutionary socialist tradition.

 

Neil Davidson: When history failed to turn (A review of Pierre Broué: "The German Revolution, 1917-1923")

108

181

sep 05

 

August Nimtz: Winning and losing (A review of Paul Foot: "The Vote: How It was Won and How It was Undermined", Viking, 2005, £25)

108

187

sep 05

 

Judy Cox: Putting Marx back in the picture (A review of Martha Gimenez and Lise Vogel (eds): "Science and Society Special Issue: Marxist-Feminist Thought Today", vol 69, no 1 (January 2005), £3.50)

108

190

sep 05

 

Any effective challenge to women’s oppression must be based on a Marxist analysis—that is the central argument of a special edition of the respected American left wing journal Science and Society.

 

Chris Harman: Half-explaining the crisis

108

191

sep 05

 

What is the explanation for neo-liberalism sweeping aside nearly all other ways of running a capitalist economy in the last quarter century?
(A review of Gérard Duménil and Dominique Lévy: "Capital Resurgent" (Harvard University Press, 2004), £35.95)

 

Anne Alexander: Mujahideen on mopeds (A review of Hugh Roberts: "The Battlefield: Algeria 1988-2002" (Verso, 2003), £17, and Luis Martinez, The Algerian Civil War (Hurst, 2000), £16.50)

108

194

sep 05

 

Gareth Jenkins: Engaging culture (A review of Alan Sinfield: "Literature, Politics and Culture in Postwar Britain" (Continuum, 2004), £9.99)

108

199

sep 05

 

John Newsinger: An inferior brew (A review of Neil Redfern: "Class or Nation: Communists, Imperialism and Two World Wars" (Tauris Academic Studies, 2005), £47.50)

108

200

sep 05

 

Academic discussion of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) has in recent years been dominated by attempts to minimise the organisation’s subordination to Moscow.

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

108

202

sep 05

 

A regular survey of articles which readers will find useful. Some, although by no means all, are available on the web.

 

James Woodcock: Feedback: Transport and climate change

108

204

sep 05

 

In the last issue of this journal Paul McGarr started a welcome debate on climate change. His analysis of the magnitude of the problem is spot on as are many of the solutions he proposes but I want to argue that a different kind of transport is both desirable and necessary.

 

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