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Der blev fundet 26 artikler

Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 112

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Contents (ISJ 112, Autumn 2006)

112

1

sep 06

 

Notes on contributors (ISJ 112, Autumn 2006)

112

2

sep 06

 

The painful passing of Tony Blair

112

3

sep 06

 

The political crisis in the New Labour government was coming to a head as we went to press.

 

Chris Harman: Hizbollah and the war Israel lost

112

8

sep 06

 

Israel suffered an unexpected defeat in its 33-day Lebanon war. So did its major backers, George Bush and Tony Blair. Hizbollah is riding high, the toast of nationalist opinion right across of the Arab world. But what is the character of the Hizbollah's mix of religion and politics? What attitude should we have to its confrontations with Israel? And what will the US and Israel do now? Chris Harman tries to provide some answers.

 

Panos Garganas: Greece’s student movement

112

43

sep 06

 

Greek students followed in the footsteps of those in France and Chile to force a neoliberal government to back down.

 

Choi Il-bung + Kim Ha-young: South Korea: the view from the left

112

48

sep 06

 

Choi Il-bung and Kim Ha-young of the International Socialists of South Korea spoke to International Socialism about the political situation in South Korea and the possibility for the left to build today.

 

Crawford Spence + Mark Shenkin: Morales and the Bolivian state

112

56

sep 06

 

The article explores the tentative development of a new form of political organisation in Bolivia, as it emerged after Evo Morales’s victory in the presidential elections of December 2005.

 

Mike Gonzalez: The split in the Scottish Socialist Party

112

66

sep 06

 

The Scottish Socialist Party achieved a breakthrough seven years ago and was seen by many as a model to be followed. But it has split apart. Mike Gonzalez analyses what went wrong, and how the left in Scotland can recover.

 

1956 and the rebirth of socialism from below

112

77

sep 06

 

Why commemorate 1956? The answer, in short, is that Sunday 4 November 1956 was one of the major ideological turning points for socialists in the 20th century. On that day Russian tanks moved in to crush workers’ councils in Hungary and did so just as the left across the world was mobilising hundreds of thousands of people on the streets in protest at the joint British, French and Israeli military attack on Egypt.

 

Mike Haynes: Hungary: workers’ councils against Russian tanks

112

81

sep 06

 

‘Tell me what you think about Hungary and I will tell you who you are,’ said a Polish writer in late November 1956. So in this spirit let us make a declaration. The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 was an authentic working class revolution.

 

Anne Alexander: Suez and the high tide of Arab nationalism

112

107

sep 06

 

July 26, 1956. A crowd, tens of thousands strong, gathered in Manshiyya Square in Alexandria, to hear a speech by Egypt’s president, Gamal Abd-al-Nasser. The atmosphere was tense—only days before Nasser had received a humiliating rebuff from the US Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, to his request for a loan to build the High Dam on the Nile.

 

Paul Blackledge: The New Left’s renewal of Marxism

112

125

sep 06

 

The birth of the New Left in 1956 marked an important turning point in post-war British history. For the first time since the Second World War a political space opened within which socialists could hope to make headway building a movement independent of both Labourism and Stalinism.

 

Stan Newens: Memories of a seminal year (1956)

112

155

sep 06

 

Stan Newens recalls what it was like to live through that tumultuous year as a young socialist.

 

Christian Høgsbjerg: C L R James: the revolutionary as artist

112

163

sep 06

 

Marxism is often accused of being Eurocentric. One person who did not agree was C L R James, the Trinidad-born revolutionary who wrote the classic account of the slave revolt in Haiti, The Black Jacobins. Christian Høgsbjerg looks at his life and his writings.

 

Andy Brown: The real Simon Bolivar

112

183

sep 06

 

Simon Bolivar's name is now used to describe the revolutionary process in Venezuela. Andy Brown looks at an important new biography, explaining who Bolivar was and what he really stood for.
(A review of John Lynch: "Simon Bolivar: A Life" (Yale University Press, 2006))

 

Jim Wolfreys: What is fascism?

112

189

sep 06

 

A review of Michael Mann: "Fascists" (Cambridge University Press, 2004), £15.99, and Robert Paxton: "The Anatomy of Fascism" (Penguin, 2004), £8.99

 

Megan Trudell: Deciphering the past

112

97

sep 06

 

A review of Paul Blackledge: "Reflections on the Marxist Theory of History" (Manchester University Press, 2006), £14.99 + Matt Perry: "Marxism and History" (Palgrave, 2002), £13.99

 

Judy Cox: Beyond the Pankhursts

112

199

sep 06

 

A review of Jill Liddington: "Rebel Girls: Their Fight for the Vote" (Virago Press, 2006), £14.99

 

John Molyneux: Trotsky slandered

112

200

sep 06

 

A review of Geoffrey Swain: "Trotsky" (Pearson Longman, 2006), £14.99

 

Chris Nineham: Delving behind the screen

112

205

sep 06

 

A review of Mike Wayne (ed): "Understanding Film: Marxist Perspectives" (Pluto, 2005), £16.99

 

John Newsinger: Hidden communities

112

207

sep 06

 

A review of Alvin O Thompson: "Flight To Freedom: African Runaways and Maroons in the Americas" (University of the West Indies Press, 2006), £27.95

 

Neil Davidson: Carnival, march, riot

112

209

sep 06

 

A review of Dave Renton: "When We Touched the Sky: the Anti-Nazi League, 1977-1981" (New Clarion Press, 2006), £13.95

 

Michael Löwy: Imagining other worlds

112

215

sep 06

 

A review of Matthew Beaumont: "Utopia Ltd: Ideologies of Social Dreaming in England 1870-1900" (Brill, 2005), €58

 

Chris Harman: Between ritual and revolt

112

218

sep 06

 

A review of Ali Rahnema (ed): "Pioneers of the Islamic Revival" (Zed books, 2006), £18.95

 

Chris Harman: Pick of the quarter

112

222

sep 06

 

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

 

Samuel Farber: Feedback: Cuban myths

112

224

sep 06

 

I am grateful for Chris Harman’s positive review of my book The Origins of the Cuban Revolution Reconsidered (Internatioanl Socialism 111). Nevertheless, I would like to address an issue that Chris mentioned almost in passing but which I feel requires clarification.

 

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