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Contents (ISJ 18, Winter 1982)

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dec 82

 

Donny Gluckstein: The Workers' Council Movement in Western Europe

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3

dec 82

 

The Labour Party has been in government seven times, and seven times it has not only failed to bring socialism but created the same feeling of betrayal. Yet the parliamentary road is still trodden by a large, if increasingly demoralised, army of the left. Despite a rotten past, reformist politics survive because the mass of workers see their choices restricted to the parliamentary system or the Stalinist monolith of eastern Europe.
Yet there is a clear alternative which despite everything refuses to be buried. This is the tradition of workers’ revolutionary self-organisation – of Soviets, or workers’ councils.

 

Janet Ure-Smith: The establishment of a Bolshevik newspaper in Britain in the 1920s

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30

dec 82

 

Newspapers of the Left today stand within a particular journalistic tradition: that of the ‘radical press’, which can be traced back to the early part of the nineteenth century, to papers like Black Dwarf, The Poor Man’s Guardian and the Northern Star. These were essentially the mouthpiece of working class struggle; they represent a strand of journalism which developed distinct from and in opposition to papers like The Times which by 1850 were well on the way to becoming a fully fledged form of capitalist enterprise.

 

John Newsinger: Revolution in Bolivia

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dec 82

 

NOWHERE IN LATIN AMERICA has the class struggle developed to a greater extent or reached greater heights than in Bolivia. At a time when enthusiasm for the Sandinista regime in Nicaragua and solidarity with the guerrillas in El Salvador and Guatemala dominates the consciousness of much of the left, this point needs emphasising.

 

Andy Durgan: The rise and fall of Largo Caballero

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87

dec 82

 

Anne Beezer + Martin Barker: The language of racism – an examination of Lord Scarman's Report on the Brixton riots

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108

dec 82

 

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