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jul 06

 

Noel Douglas: Time for a commercial break

308

2

jul 06

 

Have you found that while waiting for the 73 bus you hear voices? Or have you come away from the stop for 149 smelling of the latest fragrance from Givency?

 

Mark Steel: When Getting it Wrong is Part of the Job Description

308

4

jul 06

 

Who'd have thought the day would come when the police spoke with affection about the IRA?

 

Rob Hoveman: Andrew Glyn: 'Will we face a dystopia in which very large numbers of less qualified and poorly paid people exist to service the consumption needs of the rich?'

308

6

jul 06

 

Andrew Glyn has been a prominent left wing economist for more than 35 years. He talks to Rob Hoveman about his latest book Capitalism Unleashed.

 

Alex Callinicos: Alternatives to Neo-liberalism

308

10

jul 06

 

Advocates of the free market constantly repeat the refrain that 'there is no alternative'. Alex Callinicos believes that for the movement to be able to answer this claim, it needs to reassert the viability of democratic planning.

 

Lindsey German: In My Opinion: Danger to World Peace

308

15

jul 06

 

Why is it a surprise to anyone that the public fear real wars more than the hypothetical possibility of attack?

 

Claire Ceruti: South Africa: Communists and ANC to Split?

308

16

jul 06

 

This is not the first time South African newspapers have announced a serious rift between the African National Congress (ANC), the South African Communist Party (CP) and the trade union federation Cosatu. What's fresh this time around is that the union and Communist leaders are no longer denying it.

 

Vidya Sagar: India: Suicide and the 'Art of Living'

308

17

jul 06

 

Death is stalking the farmers of the Indian states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, where more than 14,000 people have committed suicide between 2001 and 2006.

 

John Crabtree: Peru: Second Chance President

308

18

jul 06

 

Peru's president elect, Alan Garcia, promises to be rather different to the Alan Garcia who became president in 1985.

 

Anne Ashford: Iraq: Filmmaking under occupation

308

19

jul 06

 

Maysoon Pachachi interview

 

Beccy James: Mental Health: Much More Than a 'State of Mind'

308

20

jul 06

 

Last month the British Medical Association (BMA) released a shocking report which found that as many as one in ten children and young people between the ages of one and 16 are suffering from a serious mental health problem.

 

Michael Lavalette: Tour de France: Chain Gang Convicts of the Road

308

21

jul 06

 

July sees the annual highlight of the cycling road-race calendar – the Tour de France.

 

James Dunkerley: Book Review: The Enduring Spell of Bolivar

308

22

jul 06

 

James Dunkerley is impressed by a new biography of the Latin American freedom fighter.
Simon Bolivar by John Lynch is published by Yale University Press, £25

 

Sally Campbell: Book Review: Cracks in the System

308

24

jul 06

 

Sally Campbell spoke to John Rees about the growing weaknesses in the imperialist project, and how they might be exploited by the anti-war movement.
John Rees: Imperialism and Resistance, Routledge.

 

Simon Assaf: Book Review: Wrong War

308

26

jul 06

 

'God's Terrorists', Charles Allen, Little, Brown £20
Allen is rewriting history to fit modern prejudice. And in doing so, he has debased and compromised both himself, and his work–shearing away any historical insights and reducing India and Afghanistan's histories to a racist stereotype.

 

Jane Coles: Book Review: Testing Times

308

26

jul 06

 

'Another School is Possible', Terry Wrigley, Bookmarks £9.99

 

Chris Nineham: Book Review: Future Perfect?

308

27

jul 06

 

'Realizing Hope', Michael Albert, Zed Books £14.99
In this new book Michael Albert develops his ideas about what a liberated "good" society might look like, outlined previously in his book Parecon (short for "participatory economics"). This time he moves beyond economics to speculate about wide areas of everyday life. He goes deeper into the first principles of his thinking.

 

Viv Smith: Book Review: Finding Roots

308

27

jul 06

 

'Playing In The Light', Zoë Wicomb, The New Press £14.99
There have been many novels written about post-apartheid South Africa but few manage to tackle the question of race and class as well as Zoë Wicomb has done here.

 

Peyman Jafari: Book Review: Beneath the Lies

308

28

jul 06

 

'Iran Today', Dilip Hiro, Politico's £9.99
For those of us who are terrified by the prospect of a new war that would turn Iran into another Iraq, this book is a refreshing antidote to the simplistic view of Iranian politics and society pictured in the mainstream.

 

Ben Dickenson: Book Review: Original Directors

308

28

jul 06

 

'The Sundance Kids: How the Mavericks Took Back Hollywood ', James Mottram, Faber and Faber £16.99

 

Jim Wolfreys: DVD Review: Guilty secret

308

29

jul 06

 

Hidden. Director: Michael Haneke

 

Shahnaz Taylor: Film Review: Politics Show

308

29

jul 06

 

Viva Zapatero! Dir.: Sabina Guzzanti
This documentary has little to do with the Spanish prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, rather it is an attack on censorship in general, and the former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi in particular.

 

Noel Halifax: Out of the Closet

308

30

jul 06

 

Pop music historian Jon Savage spoke to Noel Halifax about his new collection of gay pop music from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Jon Savage: From the Closet to the Charts–Queer Noises 1961-1978, Trikont records

 

Richard Seymour: Comment: The Brutalisation of the Working Class

308

31

jul 06

 

Dave Treece's excellent article on Brazil (June SR) highlights a crucial part of the story of global capitalism. US activist and writer Mike Davis has recently highlighted demographic reports suggesting that the bulk of the world's new population will emerge in slums in the Global South.

 

Charles Markham: Comment: Missing Shots

308

31

jul 06

 

I think Stephen Philip's piece on the Communist influence on cinema misses one element (June SR).

 

Correction

308

31

jul 06

 

We apalogise for the missing lines on Lindsey German’s column (June SR). The last paragraph should have read:
“In my opinion, the only other male playwright who does this is Bertolt Brecht. In a way that Shakespeare, as a product of his time, could not and did not, both Ibsen and Brecht show what is wrong with capitalism by highlighting its injustices to women, and so help us understand the world in order to change it.”

 

Chris Harman: Last word: The Ruling Class, its Police and the Left

308

32

jul 06

 

One of the most disgusting spectacles last month was that of Ken Livingstone defending Ian Blair, head of the Metropolitan Police, after his force shot the second innocent person in 11 months.

 

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