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Edtorial (ISJ 78, Spring 1998)

78

1

mar 98

 

Colin Sparks: The eye of the storm

78

3

mar 98

 

The tiger economies of South and East Asia were being held up only yesterday as models for success, not least by Tony Blair. But the crash of 1997, whose effects are still unravelling across the industrialised world, put an end to such easy propaganda. In three linked articles we look at the causes and consequences of the crisis. Colin Sparks explains the rise of the Tiger economies and charts the forces that brought them to their knees.

 

Shin Gyoung-hee: The crisis and workers' movement in South Korea

78

39

mar 98

 

Shin Gyoung-hee writes from South Korea on the crisis of profitability which underlay that crash and on the prospects for the region's most militant and combative workers' movement.

 

Rob Hoveman: Financial crises and the real economy

78

55

mar 98

 

Rob Hoveman restates the Marxist account of how financial crashes and industrial slumps are linked, taking his example from the fate of the Tiger economies.

 

Peter Morgan: Class divisions in the gay community

78

77

mar 98

 

Gay politics are at a crossroads. The celebration of the 'pink economy' which seemed so dominant in the 1980s has increasingly turned sour for many gays and lesbians. The annual Pride march is now in danger of splitting in two, as many react against the commercialism and depoliticisation which has accompanied increasing sponsorship by gay businesses. Peter Morgan examines the class divide among gays and lesbians and traces the ways in which it expresses itself in the debate about the future of the movement.

 

Alex Callinicos: The secret of the dialectic (John Rees: "The Algebra of Revolution")

78

93

mar 98

 

Alex Callinicos's article 'The Secret of the Dialectic' reviews a newly published account of Marxist philosophy, 'The Algebra of Revolution' by John Rees.

 

John Parrington: It's life Jim, but not as we know it (Steven Rose: "Lifelines")

78

105

mar 98

 

John Parrington also looks at dialectics in his review of Steven Rose's new book 'Lifelines'.

 

Judy Cox: Robin Hood: earl, outlaw or rebel?

78

119

mar 98

 

The enduring popularity of the Robin Hood legend is uncovered by Judy Cox in her overview of the history of the myth, from its origins to the present day.

 

Ian Birchall: The vice-like hold of nationalism? A comment on Megan Trudell's 'Prelude to revolution'

78

133

mar 98

 

William Keach: In perspective: Alexander Cockburn and Christopher Hitchens

78

143

mar 98

 

The return of our occasional 'In Perspective' feature gives William Keach the chance to dissect the work of two radical journalists, Christopher Hitchens and Alex Cockburn

 

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