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International Socialism
(Series 2)

CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(July 1978 – Spring 1991)


Series 2, No. 1, July 1978
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A new quarterly journal of socialist theory produced by the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
JOYCE ROSSER
DAVE TURNER

Editorial

What keeps the family going? by Irene Bruegel

The State as Capital, by Colin Barker

Medieval Workers and the Permanent Revolution, by Norah Carlin

Back to the Maginot Line: Harman’s New Gramsci, by Martin Shaw

The Spectre of Zhdanov, by Ian Birchall

Mandel’s Late Capitalism, by Chris Harman


Series 2, No. 2, Autumn 1978
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM

Editorial Board:
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
DAVE TURNER

Editorial

Partisanship and realism in art: a reply to Ian Birchall, by Andrew Collier

The resurrection of Bukharin, by Mike Haynes

Forward from 1968 – or back to 1928? A reply to Martin Shaw, by Chris Harman

Fascism and the working class: Part 1 – The German experience, by Colin Sparks

Archive: Comintern Theses on Nationalisation and State Capitalism

Does ‘femininity’ keep the family going? by Floya Anthias

Marx’s Capital and Capitalism Today – A critique, by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 3, Winter 1978/9
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM

Editorial Board:
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
TIM POTTER
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The Asian boom economies and the ‘Impossibility of national economic development’, by Nigel Harris

Fascism and the working class: Part 2 – the National Front today, by Colin Sparks

Women’s oppression and male alienation, by Joan Smith

The Necessity of Value – and a Return to Marx: Part 1 – The Theory of Value, by Peter M. Green

International Discussion:


Series 2, No. 4, Spring 1979
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the SWP International Discussion Bulletin)
International Socialism is a quarterly journal of socialist theory produced by the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
TIM POTTER
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

Special Issue on the Left in Europe

Women’s Alienation and Revolutionary Politics, by Barbara Winslow

The Necessity of Value – and a Return to Marx: Part 2 – In Reply to the Critics, by Peter Green

Islam and Revolution, by Phil Marfleet

The crisis of the European revolutionary left, by Chris Harman

A ‘New’ Reformism? A critique of the political theory of Nicos Poulantzas, by Colin Barker

The ‘strong’ state, by Tim Potter

The Women’s Movement and the Left in Canada, by Abbie Bakan

Notes on Contributors


Series 2, No. 5, Summer 1979
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the SWP International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN (Business Manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
TIM POTTER
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

Striking into the 1980s – modern British trade unionism, its limits and potential, by Steve Jefferys

Karl Marx and the formation of the average rate of profit, by Miguel Garcia

Partisanship or abstention? by Ian Birchall

Art and Revolution, by Colin Sparks

Maoism, Stalinism and the Soviet Union, by Alex Callinicos

Patriarchal ideology and the rise of capitalism, by Susan Cahn

International Section:


Series 2, No. 6, Autumn 1979
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the SWP International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (Business Manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The balance of class forces in RECENT YEARS, by Tony Cliff

Anatomy of the Bennite left, by Jonathan Bearman

Social democracy and the Portuguese ‘revolution’, by Ian Birchall

Alternative plans and revolutionary strategy, by Dave Albury

On the perspectives of the Fourth International, by Alex Callinicos & Pete Goodwin

Reply to the Central Committee of the Socialist Workers Party, by Tariq Ali, Brian Grogan & John Ross

The crisis and the multinationalisation of capital, by Sabby Sagall

The crisis of the Italian Revolutionary Left, by Riccardo Albione


Series 2, No. 7, Winter 1979
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the SWP International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (Editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (Business Manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The ruling class offensive, by David Beecham

New theories of Eastern European class societies, by P. Binns & M. Haynes

Lacan, psychoanalysis and the left, by Andrew Collier

Deindustrialisation, by Nigel Harris

Britain’s crisis and the road to international socialism: a reply to Jonathan Bearman, by Geoff Hodgson

Women and the revolutionary party: a reply to Joan Smith, by Lin James

The Holy Family, by Bob Lloyd

Debate on the ‘Crisis of the European revolutionary left’:

The Fourth International’s XIth World Congress, by SWP Visitors to the Congress


Series 2, No. 8, Spring 1980
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

Castro, Cuba and socialism, by P. Binns & M. Gonzalez

The new untouchables – the international migration of labour, by Nigel Harris

British trade unionism: post-war trends and future prospects, by R. Hyman

Trade unionists and revolution – a response to Richard Hyman, by D. Hallas

The Alternative Economic Strategy, by Bob Rowthorn

Reply to left reformism, by Sue Cockerill

Reply to Dave Albury on alternative plans, by Mike George

Is Alternative Production “utopian lunacy”, by Jules Townshend

The new “workerism” – the politics of the Italian autonomists, by Jack Fuller

The relative independence of the bourgeois state apparatus, by Marcel van der Linden


Series 2, No. 9, Summer 1980
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

Southern Africa after Zimbabwe, by Alex Callinicos & John Rogers

Theories of the Crisis, by Chris Harman

Class forces in the Cuban Revolution: a reply to Peter Binns & Mike Gonzales, by Robin Blackburn

Beyond the fragments, by Peter Goodwin

The roots of the crisis, by Daniel Bensaïd

Notes and Letters:

Raymond Williams, culture and Marxism, by Colin Sparks


Series 2, No. 10, Autumn 1980
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The Communist Party and the rank-and-file, by Steve Jefferys

Crisis and the core of the world system, by Nigel Harris

The autonomy of theory: A short history of New Left Review, by Ian Birchall

Cuba, socialism and the Third World: a rejoinder to Robin Blackburn, by P. Binns, M. Gonzalez & A. Callinicos

Marxism and the English Civil War, by Norah Carlin


Series 2, No. 11, Winter 1980
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

’If at first you don’t succeed …’: fighting against the bomb in the 1950s and the 1980s, by Rip Bulkeley, Pete Goodwin, Ian Birchall, Peter Binns & Colin Sparks

Marx’s theory of crisis and its critics, by Chris Harman

Letter to the editor:

The legend of Marilyn Monroe, by Abbie Bakan

The European Left and the new fascists:

Revolutionary Anarchism in Spain: the CNT 1911–1937, by Andy Durgan

Politics or abstract propagandism? by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 12, Spring 1981
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The Afghan Tragedy, by Jonathan Neale

Theories of Patriarchy, by Lindsey German

McDouall and ‘Physical Force’ Chartism, by Ray Challinor

What is ‘Unproductive labour’? by S. Freeman & B. Vandesteeg

Wage Labour and state capitalism: a reply to Peter Binns & Mike Gonzalez, by Alex Callinicos

Notes and Reviews:


Series 2, No. 13, Summer 1981
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The Crisis Last Time, by Chris Harman

Clara Zetkin, by Tony Cliff

Too much, too little, too late: left Social Democracy in the French Popular Front, by Ian Birchall

‘Alternative’ and ‘Socialist’ Economic Strategies, by Pete Green

The death of Eurocommunism, by Tim Potter


Series 2, No. 14, Autumn 1981
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
(Incorporating the International Discussion Bulletin)
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party

Editorial Board:
COLIN BARKER
PETER BINNS (editor)
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE COCKERILL
PETE GOODWIN (business manager)
CHRIS HARMAN
ALISTAIR HATCHETT
LIN JAMES
TIM POTTER
COLIN SPARKS
DAVE TURNER
JOHN URE

Editorial

The summer of 1981: a post-riot analysis, by Chris Harman

Updating the downturn: the class struggle under the Tories, by Dave Beecham

Alexandra Kollontai: Russian Marxists and Women Workers, by Tony Cliff

Socialism needs feminism, by Lin James & Anna Paczuska

Notes and Criticisms:


Series 2, No. 15, Winter 1981
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of socialist theory of the Socialist Workers Party
Special Issue on Poland

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

Solidarność:From Gdansk to Military Repression, by Colin Barker & Kara Weber

Foreword

Part I: Sixteen months of Solidarity

  1. The August revolt
  2. After Gdansk
  3. The road to Bydgoszcz
  4. The crisis in Solidarity
  5. The tanks move in
  6. Reformism in Poland
  7. Was a revolution possible?

Part II: ‘Accumulate! Accumulate!’ – Polish state capitalism in crisis

  1. Chronic problems
  2. The goals of production
  3. The crisis deepens

Series 2, No. 16, Spring 1982
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

Revolutionaries and the Labour Party, by Duncan Hallas

State capitalism, armaments and the general form of the crisis, by Chris Harman

Some notes on Northern Ireland a year after the Hunger Strikes, by Chris Bambery

Trotsky’s Theory of Permanent Revolution and its relevance to the Third World today, by Alex Callinicos

Terry Eagleton and Marxist literary criticism, by Ian Birchall


Series 2, No. 17, Autumn 1982
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

The rank and file movement today, by Alex Callinicos

The Nicaraguan revolution: classes, masses and the Sandinista state, by Mike Gonzalez

What are the tasks of Marxism in philosophy? by Peter Binns


Series 2, No. 18, Winter 1983
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

The Workers’ Council Movement in Western Europe, by Donny Gluckstein

The establishment of a Bolshevik newspaper in Britain in the 1920s, by Jane Ure-Smith

Revolution in Bolivia, by John Newsinger

The rise and fall of Largo Caballero, by Andy Durgan

The language of racism – an examination of Lord Scarman’s report on the Brixton riots, by Martin Barker & Anne Beezer


Series 2, No. 19, Spring 1983
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

Understanding the New Cold War, by Peter Binns

Capitalism in Marx’s time and ours, by Mike Haynes

Nation states and the world economy: a review of Nigel Harris’ Of Bread and Guns, by Peter Green

Marxism and philosophy: a reply to Peter Binns, by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 20, Summer 1983
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

What is the real Marxist tradition? by John Molyneux

Class struggles in India, by Barry Pavier

The ‘New Middle Class’ and socialist politics, by Alex Callinicos

Ireland: Southern workers and the national question, by Kieran Allen

The interaction between booms and slumps, by Leon Trotsky


Series 2, No. 21, Autumn 1983
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

Debt, the banks and Latin America, by Pete Green

Philosophy and revolution, by Chris Harman

Kinnock’s favourite Marxist: Eric Hobsbawm and the working class, by Norah Carlin & Ian Birchall

The Ligue Communiste Révolutionaire and the Mitterrand government, by Jacques Fournier

“Popular Power” in Cuba, by Peter Binns


Series 2, No. 22, Winter 1984
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

The missing party, by Donny Gluckstein

The left and the coup in Chile, by Mike Gonzalez

The British working class in revolt: 1910–1914, by Mike Haynes

Their Trotskyism and ours, by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 23, Spring 1984
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
IAN BIRCHALL
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

Women’s liberation and revolutionary socialism, by Chris Harman

China since the Cultural Revolution, by George Gorton

Re-reading Nineteen Eighty-four in 1984, by Paul O’Flinn

How far has shop-floor organisation been weakened? by Dave Beecham

Perry Anderson and Western Marxism, by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 24, Summer 1984
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

The revolutionary press, by Chris Harman

Labour and strike-breaking 1945–51, by Geoff Ellen

Party and class before 1917, by Alex Callinicos

Libya – the development of the Qadhafi regime, by Jon Bearman

Japanese workers’ struggles after the Second World War, by Nigel Harris


Series 2, No. 25, Autumn 1984
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

Jim Larkin, syndicalism and the 1913 Dublin lockout, by John Newsinger

Revolution and state capitalism in the Third World, by Pete Binns

Towards a police state? by Colin Sparks

Demythologising the downturn, by Dave Lyddon

A rejoinder to Alex Callinicos, by Donny Gluckstein

Do working class men benefit from women’s oppression? by John Molyneux


Series 2, No. 26, Spring 1985
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN

The contradictions of the American boom, by Pete Green

Labour and Imperialism, by Colin Sparks

Marx and Engels and the unions, by Chris Bambery

The municipal road to socialism, by Sue Cockerill

Is the family part of the superstructure? by Norah Carlin

James Connolly and the 1916 rebellion, by Kieran Allen


Series 2, No. 27/28
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Special double issue in conjunction with Socialist Worker

The Great Strike: The Miners Strike of 1984–5 and its lessons, by Alex Callinicos & Mike Simons


Series 2, No. 29, Summer 1985
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Special issue on the class struggle and the left in the aftermath of the miners’ defeat

Patterns of mass strike, by Tony Cliff

1984 and the shape of things to come, by Chris Harman

The politics of Marxism Today, by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 30, Autumn 1985
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL

Where is the Labour Party heading? by Gareth Jenkins

debt, inflation and the rate of profit, by David McNally

Left alive or left for dead? The terminal crisis of the British Communist Party, by Ian Birchall

A reply to John Molyneux on women’s oppression, by Sheila McGregor

Marxism Today – a reply to Alex Callinicos, by Jon Bloomfield


Series 2, No. 31
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER

Marxism and the revolution in South Africa, by Alex Callinicos

The tragedy of A.J. Cook, by Tony Cliff

What to do with London? The strategies of the GLC 1981–86, by Nigel Harris


Series 2, No. 32, Summer 1986
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Base and Superstructure, by Chris Harman

Keir Hardie: ‘the man who made the Labour Party’, by Donny Gluckstein

Women at work, by Ann Rogers

Reply to McNally on the rate of profit, by Pete Green

Debate on ‘male benefits’:

‘Thatcherism’


Series 2, No. 33, Autumn 1986
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER

The working class after the recession, by Chris Harman

Palestinian nationalism and the Arab revolution, by Phil Marshall

The history and politics of Militant, by Sheila McGregor

The parliamentary road to … capitalism – the Socialist Party and the left in France 1981–86, by Jacques Fournier

Theories of unequal exchange, by Nigel Harris

Only rock and roll? A review of Dave Widgery’s Beating Time, by Ian Birchall

Reply to Nigel Harris on the GLC’s industrial strategy, by John Palmer


Series 2, No. 34, Winter 1987
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER

Understanding the Soviet crisis, by Mike Haynes

China’s market socialism – can it work and how far can it go? by George Gorton

A Marxist guide to contemporary film theory, by Colin Sparks

Looking for alternatives to reformism – a review of E.M Wood’s The retreat from class, by Alex Callinicos

Three responses to Chris Harman’s Base and Superstructure:


Series 2, No. 35, Summer 1987
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER

British capitalism and the Thatcher years, by Pete Green

Imperialism, capitalism and the state today – a review of Nigel Harris’s The End of the Third World, by Alex Callinicos

From Benn to Madonna – five years of New Socialist, by Ian Birchall

A reply to Looking for alternatives to reformism, by Ellen Wood

A rejoinder to Wood, by Alex Callinicos

Beating Time – a reply to Ian Birchall, by David Widgery


Series 2, No. 36, Autumn 1987
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
JOHN REES
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER

Beyond the mass strike: Class, party and trade union struggle in Brazil, by David Beecham & Ann Eidenham

The politics of James P. Cannon, by Chris Bambery

Was there racism in Ancient Society? by Norah Carlin

Goodbye to the working class? by Paul Kellogg

A critique of the SWP’s analysis of the French railway workers’ strike, by Lutte Ouvrière

A reply to Lutte Ouvrière, by Gareth Jenkins

A comment on Colin Sparks on film theory, by Ian Birchall


Series 2, No. 37, Winter 1988 [actually 1987]
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
JOHN REES
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT

The rise and fall of the women’s movement, by Lindsay German

The Red and the Green – socialism and the ecology movement, by Mike Simons

Theories of Racism, by Sue Clegg

Defending the orthodoxy, by Paul Kellogg

Note on racism in Ancient Society, by Alex Callinicos


Series 2, No. 38, Spring 1988
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
JOHN REES
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT

Financial crisis and the Stock Exchange crash, by Costas Lapavitsas

Reviewing Sixty-Eight, by John Molyneux

Class and revolution in Seventeenth Century England, by Brian Manning

Diego Rivera – the man who painted walls, by Mike Gonzalez

On Making History, by John Rees

Movementism and Marxism: a contribution to the debate in Spain’s Movimiento Communista, by Alan Gibson & Miguel Cabrillana


Series 2, No. 39, Summer 1988
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
PETER BINNS
Assistant Editors:
JOHN REES
ALEX CALLINICOS
PETE GOODWIN
CHRIS HARMAN
IAN BIRCHALL
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETER ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT

Glasnost before the storm, by Chris Harman & Andy Zebrowski

Labour and the fight against fascism, by Chanie Rosenberg

Central America after the peace plan, by Mike Gonzalez

Raymond Williams: centrist tragedy? by Ian Birchall

Making History: a reply to John Rees, by Alex Callinicos


No. 40, Autumn 1988
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ

Editorial

Islamic Fundamentalism – oppression and revolution, by Phil Marshall

Trotsky’s heritage – on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Fourth International, by Duncan Hallas

Is there a new underclass? by Ann Rogers

The origins of Shakespeare’s drama, by Colin Sparks

Introduction to John Berger on Picasso, by Mike Gonzalez

Defending Picasso’s late work, by John Berger

The foundations of Athenian democracy, by Alex Callinicos

Reply to Callinicos, by Norah Carlin


No. 41, Winter 1988
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ

Editorial

Nightmares of the Market: Chile, Yugoslavia and Hungary, by Mike Haynes

Polish Socialists Speak Out: Solidarity at the Crossroads:

Socialists and the Unions, by Jack Robertson

Are the Unions in Decline? by Andy Strouthous

What is Post-Structuralism? by Richard Bradbury

George Bernard Shaw: Theatrical Reformism? by Colin Sparks


No. 42, Spring 1989
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ

Editorial

The myth of market socialism, by Chris Harman

The roots of gay oppression, by Norah Carlin

Revolution in science, by Duncan Blackie

Reply to Jack Robertson, by John Kelly

The anatomy of reformism, by Phil Taylor

Index to International Socialism


No. 43, June 1989
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

SPECIAL ISSUE:
Marxism and the Great French Revolution

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
SUE CLEGG

The Great French Revolution, by Paul McGarr

Bourgeois revolutions and historical materialism, by Alex Callinicos

The algebra of revolution, by John Rees


No. 44, Autumn 1989
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
SUE CLEGG

Editorial

China: Tienanmen Square and after, by Charlie Hore

Thatcher and the welfare state, by Sue Clegg

Animal Farm revisited, by John Molyneux

After Arias, is the revolution over? by David Finkel

The Jews in Poland, by John Rose


No. 45, Winter 1989
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
SUE CLEGG

Editorial

Rape, pornography and capitalism, by Sheila McGregor

From feudalism to capitalism, by Chris Harman

Introduction to Boris Kagarlitsky, by Mike Haynes

The market instead of democracy? by Boris Kagarlitsky

The future of the Central American revolution, by Mike Gonzalez

Letter from Nicaragua, by Sabby Sagall


No. 46, Spring 1990
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ

Editorial

An Appeal to Readers

The storm breaks, by Chris Harman

Can South Africa be reformed? by Alex Callinicos

Britain, the Marshall Plan and the Cold War, by John Saville

Against the stream, by Sue Clegg

The rising bourgeoisie, by John Rees


No. 47, Summer 1990
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of the socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ

Editorial

Black liberation and socialism in the United States, by Ahmed Shawki

Trotsky and the dialectic of history, by John Rees

From Trotsky to state capitalism, by Chris Harman

Hal Draper’s Marxism, by Steve Wright

The ideology of postmodernism, by Paul Vernell

Daniel Guérin and the working class in the French revolution, by Norah Carlin


No. 48, Autumn 1990
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of the socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
SUE CLEGG

Editorial

The last days of Thatcher? by Lindsey German

The new imperialism, by John Rees

Nationalism and the class struggle in Scotland, by Neil Davidson & Donny Gluckstein

Order out of chaos, by Paul McGarr


No. 49, Winter 1990
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of the socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
SUE CLEGG
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETE MORGAN

Editorial

The decline of the Western Communist Parties, by Chris Bambery

A theory which has not withstood the test of facts, by Ernest Mandel

Criticism which does not withstand the test of logic, by Chris Harman

The law of value in the USSR, by Derek Howl

Shakespeare and the class struggle, by Terry Eagleton

Rape and pre-state societies: a note on Sheila McGregor’s anthropology, by Lionel Sims

A reply to Lionel Sims, by Sheila McGregor


No. 50, Spring 1991
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of the socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
PETE BINNS
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
PETE ALEXANDER
STEVE WRIGHT
ANN ROGERS
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
SUE CLEGG
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETE MORGAN

Editorial

Marxism and imperialism today, by Alex Callinicos

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

Open Letter to New Left Review, by Alex Callinicos, Paul Foot, Mike Gonzalez, Chris Harman & John Molyneux

The last of the reformists? by Donny Gluckstein

Revisionism refuted, by John Rees

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