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nov 77

 

Notes of the Month: Miners: A Hot Winter

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2

nov 77

 

The miners’ decision to throw out the National Coal Board’s proposed productivity deal has transformed the political situation. Until the result of the pit ballot was announced on 1 November things seemed to be going the Labour government’s way.

 

Notes of the Month: South Africa: Vorster’s clampdown

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2

nov 77

 

On the morning of 19 October the Vorster regime moved to crush the black resistance in South Africa. The main organisations of the black consciousness movement were banned, their leaders detained or placed under house arrest and the largest selling black newspaper, The World, closed down.

 

Notes of the Month: Economy: Trade Wars

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3

nov 77

 

The international capitalist economy is drifting towards a revival of protectionism on a scale unmatched since the 1930s. The main impetus behind this drift is provided by important sections of American capital. The main target is Japan.

 

Notes of the Month: Britain: The New Consensus

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4

nov 77

 

Fleet Street comments on the Labour and Tory party conferences stressed one thing – the extent to dissent was muffled at both conferences for the sake of the general election which everyone sees round the corner. One columnist summed it up by heading his piece: ‘The election is all they care about’ (Sunday Times, 16 October 1977).

 

Notes of the Month: Eurocommunism: Euro CPs & the crisis

103

5

nov 77

 

The current strategy of the major Western European Communist parties is to prove that they are responsible and respectable candidates for the role of rationalising and modernising their ‘own’ local national capitalism in the face of a capitalist crisis. To do this they need to present themselves both as potentially safe governing parties and as capable of controlling the response of the working class.

 

Alex Callinicos: Soviet Power

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7

nov 77

 

Sixty years ago this month, the Russian working class overturned the Provisional Government and seized power. This issue of ISJ is devoted to aspects of the Bolshevik revolution – its nature, the fate of the Russian working class, its international impact. In the following article, Alex Callinicos examines the roots of the revolution in the Soviets

 

Alex Callinicos: Guide to Reading: Russian Revolution

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13

nov 77

 

Mike Haynes: The Soviet Working Class Today

103

14

nov 77

 

The Soviet regime was brought into being by the action of the Russian working class. Isolated from the advanced economies of the West by the failure of the revolution in Europe, the regime evolved into a bureaucratic monolith hoisted above the Russian people. In the following article, Mike Haynes describes the condition of the working class in the USSR.

 

Briefing: Productivity: The New Offensive

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19

nov 77

 

Since August 1st there has been no formal limit on wage increases agreed between the Government and the trade unions.

 

Alan Gibbons: Letter on Workers’ Participation

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21

nov 77

 

I was interested to read the article on workers’ participation in IS 102. I thought readers might be interested in our experience of a similar scheme.

 

Colin Sparks: India and the Russian Revolution

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23

nov 77

 

Editors’ Introduction

 

Barry Pavier: India and the Russian Revolution

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nov 77

 

It is perhaps strange that there are no records of any Indian socialists before 1917, with only one possible exception. There were, after all, a large number of Indian students in Britain even then, some of whom were nationalists. It might have been expected that some of them would have moved towards socialist politics by coming into contact with the socialist parties in Britain.

 

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