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Irish Marxist Review 2013 Vol 2 Number 7

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sep 13

 

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John Molyneux: Irish Marxist Review Team and Contacts

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sep 13

 

John Molyneux: Contributors (Irish Marxist Review 2013 Vol 2 Number 7)

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sep 13

 

John Molyneux: Editorial (Irish Marxist Review 2013 Vol 2 Number 7)

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sep 13

 

The month of August is commonly thought of as the ‘silly season’ in which nothing very significant happens but this August there were two developments in Egypt and in Syria – of major international significance both of which occurred too late and unrolled too rapidly to receive the treatment they deserve in this Review: brief editorial comment will have to suffice.

 

Sinead Kennedy: Marxism and Feminism in an Age of Neoliberalism

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5

sep 13

 

Women today live lives that only four decades ago would have been unimaginable to most. They are visible in every aspect of public life today. They are a permanent and important component of the workforce; indeed it is difficult to think of an occupation in which women are not represented.

 

Brian O’Boyle: Cracking the crisis – Financial conspiracy or falling rate of profitability?

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17

sep 13

 

The current economic crisis is now into its sixth year. Around the world tens of millions of jobs have been lost, pensions have been destroyed and essential services have been routed. This has been the most visible consequence of the economic devastation, but what is ultimately causing the crisis?

 

Dave O’Farrell: Big Pharma: Private prot before public health

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32

sep 13

 

Very few people, at least in the western world, will go through life without some form of pharmaceutical treatment. The global market in pharmaceuticals was worth in excess of $954 billion in 2011 and has been predicted to exceed $1.1 trillion by 2014.

 

John Molyneux: On Being a Socialist in Parliament: Richard Boyd Barrett and Christine Buchholz

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sep 13

 

Revolutionary socialists reject the notion of a parliamentary road to socialism but nevertheless believe that is useful to stand in parliamentary elections. Here IMR interviews two socialists who succeeded in getting elected.

 

Brid Smith: Where now for Irish Trade Unions?

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sep 13

 

Brid Smith talks to Jimmy Kelly of Unite the Union

 

Maeve McGrath: Germany: Not all in it together

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54

sep 13

 

The English Economist magazine recently ran an advertising campaign which was to be seen in tube stations in London's underground. It featured two halves; one proclaiming: `Germany is saving Europe,' the other that: `Germany is sinking Euro.

 

Salena Williams: A Review of the Novels of Jose Saramago: Portugese Socialist Novelist (1922-2010)

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61

sep 13

 

Saramago is arguably the greatest socialist novelist of the 20th and early 21st century.

 

Marnie Holborow: Review: Colin Barker, Lawrence Cox, John Krinsky and Alf Gunwald Nilsen (Eds), Marxism and social movements

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65

sep 13

 

The Arab Spring, Occupy! and Indignados movements have raised again questions of strategy and lasting social change. To some, they are proof that direct action by the movement has pushed aside the relevance of class struggle. For others, the power of the spontaneous movement dispenses with the need for political parties and socialist ideas. This makes Marxism and Social Movements very timely.

 

Peadar O’Grady: Review: David Stuckler and Sanjay Basu, The Body Economic; Why Austerity Kills

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72

sep 13

 

The Body Economic, published in 2013, follows on in the best traditions of The Spirit Level in 2009 where public health experts Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett showed, in a very readable and accessible style, the extensive research evidence supporting the argument that inequality kills.

 

John Lyons: Review: Michael Lavalette (Ed.), Capitalism and Sport: Politics, Protest, People and Play

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76

sep 13

 

The world of sport? A world of mindless nationalism, sexism, homophobia and virulent racism; openly fascist managers, billionaires owners, millionaire professionals and underappreciated fans – and thats just football! No wonder, then, that many interested in changing the world for the better have a rather negative view of sports. But what a mistake!

 

Liam Cummins: Review: Paul O’Brien, The 1913 Lockout & John Newsinger, Jim Larkin & the Great Dublin Lockout of 1913

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76

sep 13

 

The 1913 Dublin Lockout is the most signi cant industrial struggle in Irish labour history. The defeat of the workers, after almost eight months of heroism, was a de ning event, with continuing effect to the present.

 

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