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Editorial (ISJ 73, Winter 1996)

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dec 96

 

[Contents]

 

Chris Harman: Globalisation: a critique of a new orthodoxy

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3

dec 96

 

`Globalisation' has become the new orthodoxy of establishment economics ­ as much for the supporters of Tony Blair's New Labour as for free market conservatives. Chris Harman examines the claim that the world market is now such a powerful force that neither states nor organised labour can withstand its pressures. He debunks the assertions of globalisation theorists and gives a careful account of the inter-relationship between multinational capital, the state and the modern working class.

 

Chris Bambery: Marxism and sport

73

35

dec 96

 

Sport is played and watched by millions of working class people ­ and big business makes millions out of them as they do so. Chris Bambery looks at the links between capitalism and sport, at why people enjoy sport and at the argument that physical recreation and the modern form of sport are by no means the same thing.

 

John Parrington: Computers and consciousness: a reply to Alex Callinicos

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55

dec 96

 

A debate about materialism, evolution and intelligence has been sparked by Alex Callinicos's review of Daniel Dennett's Darwin's Dangerous Idea in issue 71 of International Socialism. John Parrington and Joe Faith put forward their positions in this issue.

 

Joe Faith: Dennett, materialism and empiricism

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65

dec 96

 

A debate about materialism, evolution and intelligence has been sparked by Alex Callinicos's review of Daniel Dennett's Darwin's Dangerous Idea in issue 71 of International Socialism. John Parrington and Joe Faith put forward their positions in this issue.

 

Megan Trudell: Who made the American Revolution?

73

73

dec 96

 

America's Revolution is the subject of Megan Trudell's critique of Theodore Draper's controversial The Struggle for Power. She looks at Draper's materialist account and the objections raised against it by Draper's critics.

 

Mark O’Brien: The class conflicts which shaped British history (B Manning: "Aristocrats, Plebeians and Revolution in England 1640-1660" + J Saville: "The Consolidation of the Capitalist State 1800-1850" + J Newsinger: "Fenianism in mid-Victorian Britain")

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dec 96

 

Mark O'Brien looks at the first three books in the `Socialist History of Britain' series produced under the direction of the Northern Marxist Historians group.

 

John Newsinger: From class war to Cold War (G Lipsitz: "Rainbow At Midnight. Labor and Culture in the 1940s")

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107

dec 96

 

USA in the 1940s

 

Alex Callinicos: State in debate (Ernest Haberkern and Arthur Lipow (eds): "Neither Capitalism nor Socialism: Theories of Bureaucratic Colllectivism")

73

117

dec 96

 

Charlie Kimber: Review article: coming to terms with barbarism in Rwanda and Burundi

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127

dec 96

 

The first of our new Review article feature, which will alternate with our established Bookwatch series, is Charlie Kimber's timely examination of the descent into barbarism in Rwanda and Burundi.

 

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