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International Socialism
(Series 2)

CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(Spring 2011 – Autumn 2018)


No. 131, Summer 2011
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS


FEATURES

Britain’s trade unions: the shape of things to come, by Martin Smith

The Tories: An anatomy, by Richard Seymour

The growing social soul of Egypt’s democratic revolution, by Anne Alexander

Culture and multiculturalism, by Gareth Jenkins

Geert Wilders and the rise of the new radical right, by Maina van der Zwan

The Great Unrest and a Welsh town, by Tim Evans


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No. 132, Autumn 2011
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS


FEATURE

“No one represents us”: the 15 May movement in the Spanish state, by Andy Durgan and Joel Sans

August 2011: a riot of our own, by Jonny Jones

Queer theory and politics, by Colin Wilson

Global cities, global workers in the 21st century, by Mike Haynes

Behind and beyond the crisis, by Guglielmo Carchedi

Once more (with feeling) on Marxist accounts of the crisis, by Joseph Choonara

Tony Cliff rediscovered

Robert Wedderburn: race, religion and revolution, by Michael Morris


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No. 133, Winter 2012
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS


FEATURES

The rebirth of our power? After the 30 November mass strike, by Charlie Kimber

The Occupy movement and class politics in the US, by Megan Trudell

Working people have no interest in saving the euro, interview with Costas Lapavitsas, conducted by Stefan Bornost

China’s capitalism and the crisis, by Jane Hardy & Adrian Budd

The Egyptian workers’ movement and the 25 January Revolution, by Anne Alexander

Libya at the crossroads, by Simon Assaf

Revolution against “progress”: the TIPNIS struggle and class contradictions in Bolivia, by Jeffery R. Webber

“Take that, Maynard G. Krebs!”: the Beat Generation, by Adam Marks

Engels’s contradictions: a reply to Tristram Hunt, by Roland Boer


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No. 134, Spring 2012
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

CONFERENCE

Videos of ISJ Crisis, Class and Resistance conference


ANALYSIS


FEATURES

The shock of the new: anti-capitalism and the crisis, by Jonny Jones

“Most humble day”: the Murdoch empire on the defensive, by John Newsinger

The growth paradigm: a critique, by Gareth Dale

Housing: as it is, and as it might be, by David Renton

Pitfalls and radical mutations: Frantz Fanon’s revolutionary life, by Leo Zeilig

The late Christopher Hitchens, by Richard Seymour


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No. 135, Summer 2012
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS


FEATURES

France after Sarkozy: Confronting the politics of despair, by Jim Wolfreys

The life and times of Occupy Wall Street, by Jen Roesch

Rochdale: an anatomy of the sexual abuse scandal, by Judith Orr

Resistance: the best Olympic spirit, by Dave Zirin & Gareth Edwards

The Syrian crucible, by Jonathan Maunder

The rise and fall of the Jewish Labour Bund, by Sai Englert

Characterising the period, by Nigel Harris

Twenty five years of revolution, by Colin Barker

Daniel Bensaïd and the broken time of politics, by Alex Callinicos

A reply to David McNally, by Joseph Choonara

Clutching at straws? Some mainstream accounts of the crisis, by Brian O’Boyle

Grappling with the united front, by Ian Birchall


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No. 136, Autumn 2012
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party

ANALYSIS


FEATURES

The crisis of black leadership, by Esme Choonara & Yuri Prasad

Democracy: fact and fetish, by Donny Gluckstein

Back to “normality”? US foreign policy under Obama, by Alexander Anievas, Adam Fabry & Robert Knox

In perspective: John Holloway, by Paul Blackledge

“Chavs”, class and representation, by Nicola Ginsburgh

Could Keynes end the slump? Introducing the Marxist multiplier, by Guglielmo Carchedi

Germany’s lost Bolshevik: Paul Levi revisited, by Sebastian Zehetmair

The Bradford riots: responses to a rebellion, by Amy Leather

The impact of the crisis on the working class in Britain, by Laura Cooke

Round-up on political economy, by Joseph Choonara


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