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Editorial (ISJ 50, Spring 1991)

50

1

mar 91

 

Alex Callinicos: Marxism and imperialism today

50

3

mar 91

 

The imperialist war has returned with a vengeance in the Gulf only months after politicians and media pundits were predicting a new world order of peace and security. Alex Callinicos looks at why capitalism gives rise to imperialism, at how imperialism itself has changed over the course of the 20th century and at the developments in Marxist theory which have tried to explain these changes.

 

Charlie Hore: Vietnam and Cambodia: winning the war, losing the peace

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51

mar 91

 

Imperialism lost the Vietnam War. Charlie Hore explains why, looking both at the Vietnamese people's resistance and at the anti-war movement in the US. He examines the politics of national liberation and how they fared in the uneasy peace that followed the war. He looks at Vietnam and Cambodia and at the illusions that the left had in both. This article spells out vital lessons for all those who are horrified by the US's attempt to overcome the Vietnam syndrome in the Gulf today.

 

John Molyneux + Chris Harman + Mike Gonzalez + Paul Foot + Alex Callinicos: Open letter to New Left Review

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101

mar 91

 

Donny Gluckstein: The last of the reformists? – A review of Tony Benn’s Diaries 1963-1980

50

105

mar 91

 

Tony Benn has been the standard bearer of the Labour left for more than a generation. He is one of the few Labour MPs who stood out against the Gulf War. Here Donny Gluckstein reviews all the volumes of the Benn Diaries that have been published so far. He explains why Benn became a socialist, examines his record and charts his ultimate failure.

 

John Rees: Revisionism refuted

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125

mar 91

 

Christopher Hill: “A Nation of Change and Novelty, Radical Politics, Religion and Litterature in Seventeenth Century England” + John Morrill (ed.): “Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution”
Christopher Hill, the outstanding Marxist historian of the English Revolution, has long suffered an assault on his reputation from the right wing 'revisionist' historians of the 17th century. In his new book he hits back. John Rees reviews Hill's reply to his critics.

 

Contents (ISJ 50, Spring 1991)

50

1

mar 91

 

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