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International Socialism
(Series 2)

CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(Summer 1991 – Autumn 2003)

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No. 51, Summer 1991
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

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

Editorial

The state and capitalism today, by Chris Harman

The end of nationalism? by Alex Callinicos

Feminists for a strong state? by Sharon Smith

Goodbye to the Swedish miracle, by Colin Sparks & Sue Cockerill

The South African Communist Party and the South African working class, by Simon Phillips

Class conflict and the crisis of feudalism, by John Brown


No. 52, Autumn 1991
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

In defence of October, by John Rees

The political crisis in Greece: an interview with Maria Styllou & Panos Garganas, by Ian Taylor & Julie Waterson

Mozart: overture to revolution, by Paul McGarr

Class, class consciousness and the English revolution, by Lee Humber

The legacy of Hal Draper, by Derek Howl


No. 53, Winter 1991
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The politics of AIDS, by Jonathan Neale

The road to hell, by Duncan Blackie

The remains of Louis Althusser, by Sue Clegg

A comment on National Liberation, by Nigel Harris

Drawing the line, by Alex Callinicos

Honour and anger are not enough, by Gareth Jenkins

Gramsci’s political thought revisited, by Sam Ashman


No. 54, Spring 1992
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Twilight of the American dream, by Sharon Smith

Class and crisis – the transition in Eastern Europe, by Mike Haynes

A miracle without end? Japanese capitalism and the world economy, by Costas Kossis

Capitalism and the state system; a reply to Nigel Harris, by Alex Callinicos

Do animals have rights? by Steven Rose

Crime and class in the 18th century, by John Charlton

Revolution, reform and working class culture, by John Rees

Blood simple, by Chris Harman


No. 55, Summer 1992
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Race and class, by Alex Callinicos

Racism and class struggle in the American Civil war era, by Lee Sustar

Prospects for socialists – an interview with Tony Cliff, by Lindsey German & Peter Morgan

Did Lenin lead to Stalin? by Robert Service

In defence of democratic revolutionary socialism, by Sam Farber

Defending ‘October’ or sectarian dogmatism? by David Finkel

Reply to John Rees, by Robin Blackburn

Dedicated followers of fashion, by John Rees

In praise of custom, by Colin Barker

Revolutionary witness, by Sheila McGregor


No. 56, Autumn 1992
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The return of the national question, by Chris Harman

Why the Earth Summit failed, by Dave Treece

Can Castro survive? by Mike Gonzalez

The good old cause – an interview with Christopher Hill, by Lee Humber & John Rees

The impasse of schematic dogmatism, by Ernest Mandel


No. 57, Winter 1992
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
PETE GREEN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Can there be a revolution in Britain? by Lindsey German

Columbus, the Americas and the rise of capitalism, by Mike Gonzalez

Poetry and revolution, by Paul Foot

Rhetoric which cannot conceal a bankrupt theory: a reply to Ernest Mandel, by Alex Callinicos

Capitalism, cruelty and conquest, by Charlie Kimber

Comments on Colin Barker’s review of Thompson’s Customs in Common, by David McNulty


No. 58, Spring 1993
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN
ANN ROGERS

Editorial

Where is capitalism going? by Chris Harman

Politics and class struggle today: a roundtable discussion, by Ruth Brown & Peter Morgan

The return of Comrade Tulayev: Victor Serge and the tragic vision of Stalinism, by Richard Greeman

A new English revolution, by Norah Carlin

Building a new world, by John Charlton

A reply to Dave McNulty, by Colin Barker


No. 59, Summer 1993
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COSTAS LAPAVITSAS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN
ANN ROGERS

Editorial

Back to the workhouse? by Ann Rogers

The labour aristocracy and the roots of reformism, by Kevin Corr & Andy Brown

god, Hill and Marx, by Brian Manning

Cutting the wire: a critical appraisal of Primo Levi, by Henry Maitles

Bookwatch: women and work, by Hazel Croft


No. 60, Autumn 1993
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Euro-fascism: the lessons of the past and current tasks, by Chris Bambery

Where is capitalism going? (part two), by Chris Harman

Chile and the struggle for workers’ power, by Mike Gonzalez

Bookwatch: Islamic activism in the Middle East, by Phil Marshall


No. 61, Winter 1993
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Before the flood?, by Lindsey German

The ‘politically correct’ controversy, by John Molyneux

E.P. Thompson: class struggle and historical materialism, by David McNally

Jazz – a people’s music? by Charlie Hore

Revolution and the challenge of labour, by Donny Gluckstein

Bookwatch: the Labour Party in decline, by Charlie Kimber


No.62, Spring 1994
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Mistaken identity – or can identity politics liberate the oppressed? by Sharon Smith

Containing the crisis: crime and the Tories, by Iain Ferguson

Orwell and the Spanish Revolution, by John Newsinger

Change at the first millennium, by Chris Harman

Nation and empire: Labour’s foreign policy 1945–51, by Adrian Budd

Novel questions, by Gareth Jenkins

Blake’s revolution, by Judy Cox

Bookwatch: the Russian Revolution, by Derek Howl


No. 63, Summer 1994
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Crisis and class struggle in Europe today, by Alex Callinicos

The United Nations and the politics of imperialism, by Duncan Blackie

The English Revolution and the transition from feudalism to capitalism, by Brian Manning

The roots of multi-racial labour unity in the United States, by Lee Sustar

Days of villainy: a reply to two critics, by Peter Linebaugh

Trotsky’s last, greatest struggle, by Dave Sherry

Geronimo and the end of the Indian wars, by Peter Morgan

Ignazio Silone and Fontamara, by David Beecham

Bookwatch: understanding fascism, by Chris Bambery


No. 64, Autumn 1994
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
SUE CLEGG
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The prophet and the proletariat, by Chris Harman

What is changing in Ireland? by Kieran Allen

The wrong road on Russia, by Mike Haynes

Hero and villain? by Rob Ferguson

Suffragette style, by Jane Elderton

The two faces of modernism, by Chris Nineham

Three replies to Jazz: a people’s music?

Bookwatch: South Africa – the struggle continues, by Charlie Kimber


No. 65, Winter 1994
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party (Britain)
THE REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS OF FREDERICK ENGELS

Editor:
JOHN REES

Editorial

Frederick Engels: life of a revolutionary, by Lindsey German

Engels’ Marxism, by John Rees

Engels and the origins of human society, by Chris Harman

Engels and natural science, by Paul McGarr

Index


No. 66, Spring 1995
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The crisis in Russia and the rise of the right, by Dave Crouch

Cruel and unusual punishment: the politics of crime in the US, by Phil Gasper

Backward to liberalism, by Alex Callinicos

Matewan: film and working class struggle, by John Newsinger

The light and the dark, by John Rees

How to make the Tories disappear, by Judy Cox

Jazz: a reply to critics, by Charlie Hore

Bookwatch: Ireland, by Pat Riordan


No. 67, Summer 1995
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

When will the Blair bubble burst? by Paul Foot

From Bernstein to Blair: one hundred years of revisionism, by Chris Harman

Was the Second World War a war for democracy? by Chris Bambery

Hope against the Holocaust, by Alex Callinicos

Is the media all powerful? by Chris Nineham

How the West was won, by Peter Morgan

Bookwatch: China since Mao, by Charlie Hore


No. 68, Autumn 1995
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
ANN ROGERS
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Racism and immigration controls, by Ruth Brown

Is Marxism deterministic? by John Molyneux

News from nowhere? by Stuart Hood

Communism in the heart of the beast, by Lee Sustar

‘To the teeth and forehead of our faults’, by Peter Linebaugh

Back to the future, by George Paizis

The children of Stalinism, by Phil Marshall

Bookwatch: 100 years of cinema, by Paul D’Amato


No. 69, Winter 1995
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
GILL HUBBARD
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ADRIAN BUDD
IAN GOODYER
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The Balkan war can there be peace? by Lindsey German

The left and the Balkan war, by Duncan Blackie

The myth of welfare dependency, by Nicolai Gentchev

Wealth, poverty and class in Britain today, by Judy Cox

Trade unions and strikes a snapshot of the industrial scene, by Peter Morgan

The party at its peak, by Julie Waterson

Living to some purpose, by Megan Trudell

The rise and fall of socialism in one city, by Nick Howard

Bookwatch: Civil War and revolution in Spain, by Andy Durgan


No. 70, Spring 1996
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editorial

South Africa after apartheid, by Alex Callinicos

France’s hot December, by Chris Harman

The making of a revolutionary, by Brian Richardson

Why Lucky Jim turned right – an obituary of Kingsley Amis, by Gareth Jenkins

The bloody birth of capitalism, by Mark O’Brien

Studies in revolution, by Lee Humber

A new life for Lenin, by Adrian Budd

Bookwatch: the General Strike, by Martin Smith


No. 71, Summer 1996
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
GILL HUBBARD
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
RUTH BROWN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ADRIAN BUDD
IAN GOODYER
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The crisis of bourgeois economics, by Chris Harman

William Morris and revolutionary Marxism: crossing the ‘river of fire’, by Hassan Mahamdallie

Darwin, materialism and evolution, by Alex Callinicos

Raymond Williams: revitalising the left? by Chris Nineham

A passionate prophet of liberation, by Paul Foot

Why has feminism failed women? by Gill Hubbard

Bookwatch: fighting to unite black and white, by Lee Sustar


No. 72, Autumn 1996
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
GILL HUBBARD
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ADRIAN BUDD
IAN GOODYER
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Betrayal and discontent: Labour under Blair, by Alex Callinicos

Japan in crisis, by Susan Cockerill & Colin Sparks

When science fails us, by Richard Levins

The Babeuf bicentenary: conspiracy or revolutionary party? by Ian Birchall

A voice for the poor, by Brian Manning

From the kingdom of necessity to the kingdom of freedom: Morris’s News From Nowhere, by Paul O’Flinn

Bookwatch: Palestine and the Middle East ‘peace process’, by Clare Fermont


No. 73, Winter 1996
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
GILL HUBBARD
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ADRIAN BUDD
IAN GOODYER
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Globalisation: a critique of a new orthodoxy, by Chris Harman

Marxism and sport, by Chris Bambery

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

Dennett, materialism and empiricism, by Joe Faith

Who made the American Revolution? by Megan Trudell

The class conflicts which shaped British history, by Mark O’Brien

From class war to Cold War, by John Newsinger

State in debate, by Alex Callinicos

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


No. 74, Spring 1997
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
GILL HUBBARD
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
ADRIAN BUDD
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The Tories, Labour and the education crisis, by Colin Sparks

The politics of information technology, by Colin Wilson

No more heroes: Nicaragua 1996, by Mike Gonzalez

Tumults and commotions: turning the world upside down, by Christopher Hill

Capitalism without frontiers? by Peter Morgan

Minds, machines and evolution, by Alex Callinicos

In perspective: Noam Chomsky, by Anthony Arnove


No. 75, Summer 1997
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
GILL HUBBARD
ADRIAN BUDD
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The class struggle under New Labour, by John Rees

Europe: the mounting crisis, by Alex Callinicos

Mexico after the Zapatista uprising, by Lance Selfa

Rise like lions? Shelley and the revolutionary left, by William Keach

What state are we really in? by Judy Cox

In perspective: Valentin Voloshinov, by John Parrington


No. 76, Autumn 1997
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
GILL HUBBARD
ADRIAN BUDD
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Was there a parliamentary alternative in Russia in 1917? by Mike Haynes

Prelude to revolution: class consciousness and the First World War, by Megan Trudell

A light in the darkness, by Judy Cox

Victor Serge: writing for the future, by Pete Glatter

A guide to action, by Gill Hubbard

Review article: Labour’s history of hope and betrayal, by Chris Bambery


No. 77, Winter 1997
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editorial

Addicted to profit – capitalism and drugs, by Audrey Farrell

The resurrections of Che Guevara, by Mike Gonzalez

India: imperialism, partition and resistance, by Sam Ashman

Never again! by Henry Maitles

The return of political science, by John Baxter

Past its peak, by Dave Renton


No. 78, Spring 1998
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editorial

The eye of the storm, by Colin Sparks

The crisis and workers’ movement in South Korea, by Shin Gyoung-hee

Financial crises and the real economy, by Rob Hoveman

Class divisions in the gay community, by Peter Morgan

The secret of the dialectic, by Alex Callinicos

It’s life Jim, but not as we know it, by John Parrington

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

The vice-like hold of nationalism? A comment on Megan Trudell’s Prelude to revolution, by Ian Birchall

In perspective: Alexander Cockburn and Christopher Hitchens, by William Keach


No. 79, Summer 1998
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The return of Marx? by John Rees

Reflections on The Communist Manifesto, by Lindsey German

An introduction to Marx’s theory of alienation, by Judy Cox

Making a comeback: the Marxist theory of crisis, by Judith Orr

New Labour, old conflicts: the story so far, by Megan Trudell

State of the art, by John Molyneux

In perspective: Sergei Eisenstein, by Anna Chen

Vietnam veterans, by Jonathan Neale

Bookwatch: Marxism and science, by Phil Gasper


No. 80, Autumn 1998
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Indonesia: the inferno of revolution, by Clare Fermont

Three interviews from Indonesia, by Workers’ Representatives and Socialists

Report from Indonesia, by Chris Bambery

Revolution and counter-revolution: lessons for Indonesia, by Tony Cliff

The legitimacy of modern art, by John Molyneux

A respectable trade? Slavery and the rise of capitalism, by Gary McFarlane

The French Revolution: Marxism versus revisionism, by Paul McGarr

Will the real James Connolly please stand up? by Shaun Doherty


No. 81, Winter 1998
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MICHAEL LAVALETTE

Editorial

World capitalism at the abyss, by Alex Callinicos

The Russian catastrophe, by Mike Haynes & Pete Glatter

Globalisation and the Third World, by Phil Marfleet

In a class of its own, by Lindsey German

John Reed: reporting on the revolution, by Judy Cox

The resistible rise of Adolf Hitler, by Kevin Ovenden


No. 82, Spring 1999
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MICHAEL LAVALETTE

Editorial

The Blair project cracks, by Lindsey German

Reflating Keynes: a different view of the crisis, by Dan Atkinson & Larry Elliott

The new Keynesians: staking a hold on the system? by Peter Morgan

Brenner and crisis: a critique, by Rob Hoveman

Art and alienation: a reply to John Molyneux, by Chris Nineham

Fascists brought to book, by Paul McGarr

Revisionism revised, by Brian Manning

In perspective: Tom Nairn, by Neil Davidson


No. 83, Summer 1999
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

The socialist revolution and the democratic revolution, by John Rees

Theses on the Balkan War, by Mike Haynes

Into slavery: the rise of imperialism, by Angus Calder

The physiology of barbarism, by Jim Wolfreys

Scenes from the class war: Ken Loach and socialist cinema, by John Newsinger


No. 84, Autumn 1999
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

The trouble with ‘ethnicity’, by Neil Davidson

Class struggles in France, by Jim Wolfreys

Nationalism and internationalism in the new Europe, by Phil Marfleet

The return of Italian Communism? by Tom Behan

Freedom fighters or Comintern army? The International Brigades in Spain, by Andy Durgan

Art, alienation and capitalism: a reply to Chris Nineham, by John Molyneux

Dreams of equality: the levelling poor of the English Revolution, by Judy Cox


No. 85, Winter 1999
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

Reformism and class polarisation in Europe, by Alex Callinicos

New Labour, new moralism: the welfare politics and ideology of New Labour under Blair, by Michael Lavalette & Gerry Mooney

Benign imperialism versus United Nations, by Ken Coates

Is the UN an alternative to ‘humanitarian imperialism’? by John Baxter

Jesus: history’s most famous missing person, by John Rose

The 20th century: an age of extremes or an age of possibilities? by Chris Harman

Is Modernism dead? by Mike Gonzalez

The man behind the mask, by Peter Morgan

All power to the imagination, by Anne Alexander

George Orwell: a literary Trotskyist? by Anna Chen

History of theory, by Rob Hoveman

Comment on Molyneux on art, by Chris Harman


No. 86, Spring 2000
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

Talking Seattle, by John Charlton

After Seattle: the politics of the World Trade Organisation, by Abbie Bakan

In perspective: Susan George, by Mark O’Brien

Chechnya: the empire strikes back, by Rob Ferguson

The Balkans’ imperial problem, by Lindsey German

The Russian civil war: a Marxist analysis, by Megan Trudell

Reviewing the millennia, by Robin Blackburn

In defence of Marxism, by Jim Wolfreys

Can capitalism be sustained? by Judy Cox


No. 87, Summer 2000
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

How Labour lost its roots, by Lindsey German

Socialists and the origins of Labour, by Mark O’Brien

Skinning a live tiger paw by paw: reform, revolution and Labour, by Judy Cox

The morning after the night before ..., by Peter Morgan

Plumbing the depths: some recent books on New Labour, by John Newsinger

From Seattle to Washington: the making of a movement, by Abbie Bakan

In perspective: Pierre Bourdieu, by Jim Wolfreys

Complement to Reformism and class polarisation in Europe, by Nick Barrett

Humanitarian intentions on the road to hell, by Mark Krantz

Tony Cliff: theory and practice, by John Rees

A revolutionary life, by Ygal Sarneh

The language of liberation, by Shaun Doherty


No. 88, Autumn 2000
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

Anti-capitalism: theory and practice, by Chris Harman

Why green is red: Marxism and the threat to the environment, by Paul McGarr

The suicide of New Left Review, by Boris Kagarlitsky

The ‘historical pessimism’ of Perry Anderson, by Gilbert Achcar

Class consciousness and the origins of Labour, by Dave Renton

Socialists and the origins of Labour: some other perspectives, by Keith Flett

Fantasy and revolution: an interview with China Miéville, by John Newsinger


No. 89, Winter 2000
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
JIM WOLFREYS
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

Serbia’s spring in October, by Lindsey German

Powerless in Gaza: the Palestinian Authority and the myth of the ‘peace process’, by Anne Alexander

The lessons of Prague, by Boris Kagarlitsky

The Zapatistas: the challenges of revolution in a new millennium, by Mike Gonzalez

Memoirs of the Italian Resistance, by Stuart Hood

Threads of resistance, by Esme Choonara

Setting the record straight, by Megan Trudell

Reasons to be cheerful: theories of anti-capitalism, by Judy Cox

A comment on Tailism and the Dialectic, by Mark O’Brien


No. 90, Spring 2001
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
JIM WOLFREYS
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Anti-capitalism, reformism and socialism, by John Rees

Beyond the boom, by Chris Harman

2000: the year of global protest, by Walden Bello

The woeful record of the House of Blair, by Micheal Lavalette and others

History and socialism, by Brian Manning

A troublemaker’s charter, by Peter Morgan


No. 91, Summer 2001
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

What now? by Susan George

The global conjuncture, by Walden Bello

An idea whose time has come, by Chris Nineham

Labour’s long march to the right, by Mike Marqusee

Wild streets: American Graffiti versus the Cold War, by Mike Davis

Changing women’s lives in Ireland, by Goretti Horgan

We’ll fight them in the hedgerows: socialist answers to the crisis in the countryside, by John Lister

The Zapatistas after the Great March – a postscript, by Mike Gonzalez

Hoist on their own petards, by Dragan Plavsic


No. 92, Autumn 2001
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
ROB HOVEMAN
MIKE LAVALETTE

Editorial

‘Nothing can be the same again’, by Tom Behan

The road from Genoa, by Boris Kagarlitsky

Toni Negri in perspective, by Alex Callinicos

The new workerism: the politics of the Italian autonomists, by Jack Fuller

How does globalisation affect women? by Goretti Horgan

East Asia since the 1997 crisis, by Rumy Hasan

Dark heart of imperialism, by Charlie Kimber

The pursuit of ‘unbounded freedom’, by Megan Trudell


No. 93, Winter 2001
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
ROB HOVEMAN

Imperialism: globalisation, the state and war, by John Rees

The long torment of Afghanistan, by Jonathan Neale

The crisis in the Middle East, by Anne Alexander

The poisoned embrace: Plan Colombia and the expansion of imperial power, by Mike Gonzalez

The new world recession, by Chris Harman


No. 94, Spring 2002
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Argentina: rebellion at the sharp end of the world crisis, by Chris Harman

The return of the rank and file? by Martin Smith

Crisis in Zimbabwe, by Leo Zeilig

Pierre Bourdieu: voice of resistance, by Jim Wolfreys

Memoirs of a revolutionary, by Richard Greeman

The seeds of national liberation, by Dave Crouch


No. 95, Summer 2002
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Racism: myths and realities, by Hassan Mahamdallie

‘The centre cannot hold’: fascism, the left and the crisis of French politics, by Jim Wolfreys

Leaps! Leaps! Leaps! by Daniel Bensaïd

A cyberspace Lenin – why not? by Slavoj Žižek

Leninism in the 21st century, by John Rees

Redrawing the political map, by Anne Alexander

Islam and imperialism, by Sam Ashman

From tangentopoli to Genoa, by Megan Trudell


No. 96, Autumn 2002
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The workers of the world, by Chris Harman

Class struggle under ‘Empire’: in defence of Marx and Engels, by August Nimtz

Marx’s ecology in historical perspective, by John Bellamy Foster

Failing growth and rampant costs: two ghosts in the machine of modern capitalism, by Mike Kidron

Zola for the 21st century, by Ian Birchall

The disposable heroes of hypocrisy, by Jim Wolfreys


No. 97, Winter 2002
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

The grand strategy of the American empire, by Alex Callinicos

Where is the SWP going? by Murray Smith

The united front today, by Nick McKerrell

The broad party, the revolutionary party and the united front, by John Rees

Engels: theorist of war, theorist of revolution, by Gilbert Achcar

The inevitability of radicalism, by Dave Crouch

Neither Washington nor Moscow, by Sheila McGregor


No. 98, Spring 2003
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
JIM WOLFREYS
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Editorial comment

The anti-capitalist movement and the war, by Sam Ashman

Cairo Calling: Introduction to The Cairo Declaration, by John Rees

The Cairo Declaration: against US hegemony and war on Iraq and in solidarity with Palestine

Inside the media, by Colin Sparks

Brazil in the eye of the storm, by Mike Gonzalez

The driving forces behind the ‘Argentinazo’, by Robert Sáenz & Isidora Cruz Bernal

Between the no longer and the not yet, by Rachel Aldred

When superpowers lose, by Dave Renton

Defying the colour line, by Hassan Mahamdallie

The Jubilee and the Apocalypse, by John Rose

Toil and trouble: the nature of the US economy, by Jane Hardy


No. 99, Summer 2003
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
A quarterly journal of socialist theory

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
JIM WOLFREYS
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN

Editorial

Analysing Imperialism, by Chris Harman

Daring for victory: Iraq in revolution 1946–1959, by Anne Alexander

Michael Kidron (1930–2003), by Ian Birchall

The revolt in Parma, by Guido Picelli

The legacy of Christopher Hill, by Brian Manning

Crying out for revolution, by Mike Gonzalez

Philosophy and the masses, by Mark Thomas


No. 100, Autumn 2003
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly Journal of the Socialist Workers Party (Britain)

Editor:
JOHN REES
Assistant Editors:
ALEX CALLINICOS
CHRIS HARMAN
JOHN MOLYNEUX
LINDSEY GERMAN
COLIN SPARKS
MIKE GONZALEZ
PETER MORGAN
MIKE HAYNES
JUDY COX
JIM WOLFREYS
SALLY CAMPBELL
MEGAN TRUDELL
MARK O’BRIEN
MIKE LAVALETTE
SAM ASHMAN
ROB HOVEMAN
ANDREW STONE
MARK THOMAS
JANE HARDY

Editorial

Socialism in the 21st century, by John Rees

Global and local echoes of the anti-war movement: a British Muslim perspective, by Salma Yaqoob

The broad party, the revolutionary party and the united front: a reply to John Rees, by Murray Smith

Revolutions in evolution: Stephen Jay Gould in perspective, by Paul McGarr

Life after capitalism, by James Meadway

Can capitalism go on forever? by Judy Cox


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