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International Socialist Review

CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(1997 – 2019)
(under construction)

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Issue 1: Summer 1997
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China from Mao to Deng

Editorials

Features

China: From Mao to Deng, by Ahmed Shawki

A New labor Movement?, by Lee Sustar

50 Years of the International Socialist Tradition, Ahmed Shawki interviews Tony Cliff

The Communist Party and Black Liberation in the 1930s, by Paul D’Amato

Book Reviews

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Issue 2: Fall 1997
Cover

Contradictions of
the “Miracle” Economy

Notes of the Quarter

Features

Contradictions of the Miracle Economy, by Joel Geier & Ahmed Shawki

The Resistible Rise of Jean-Marie Le Pen, by Katherine Dwyer

China: Deng’s Legacy, by Ahmed Shawki

Engels and the Origin of Women’s Oppression, by Sharon Smith

Reviews

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Issue 3: Winter 1997
Cover

80 Years Since the
Russian Revolution

Editorials

Features

80 Years Since the Russian Revolution, by Ahmed Shawki

Kronstadt and the Defeat of the Russian Revolution, by Chris Harman

The Politics of the Death Penalty, by Marlene Martin

Puerto Rico: The Last Colony, by Hector Reyes

Anarchism: How Not to Make a Revolution, by Paul D’Amato

Reviews

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Issue 4: Spring 1998
Cover

Origins of the
Middle East Crisis

Notes of the Quarter

Features

Zionism: False Messiah, by Lance Selfa

1968–1998: The Dynamics of Struggle, interview with Chris Harman, conducted by Ahmed Shawki

U.S. and Iraq: Back from the Brink? by Paul D’Amato & Lance Selfa

Reprint: What is Economism? by Duncan Hallas

Book Reviews

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Issue 5: Fall 1998
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Asia in Crisis

Notes of the Quarter

Features

Indonesia: Crisis and Revolt, by Anthony Arnove

A Manifesto for Today, by Phil Gasper

Socialism on Trial, Courtroom Speeches of South Korean Socialists

Whatever Happened to Feminism? by Sharon Smith

Reprint: Lenin and the Revolutionary Party, by Tony Cliff

Book Reviews

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Issue 6: Winter 1999

Cover

The Democrats and
the Death Penalty


Notes of the Quarter


Features

The Democrats and the Death Penalty, by Paul D’Amato

Gay Politics in the U.S., by Lance Selfa

John Reed: The Workers’ Journalist

Courtroom Speeches of South Korean Socialists

Chile: The State and Revolution, by Tom Lewis

Can the U.S. Escape the Gobal Crisis? by Joel Geier

Briefing: Human Underdevelopment Report, by Bill Roberts


Book Reviews

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Issue 7: Spring 1999

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Stop NATO’s war


Notes of the Quarter


Features

Origins of the war in the Balkans, by Paul D’Amato

Why Kosovo is not Serbia, by Leonard Kline & Paul D’Amato

U.S. Imperialism: A century of slaughter, by Lance Selfa

“What we say goes”: The Gulf War of 1991, by Lance Selfa

Can the UN bring peace? by Bridget Broderick

While six million died: How the West abandoned the Jews, by Annie Levin

Reprints on socialism and war: by Leon Trotsky, John Reed, Lenin & Duncan Hallas

Reviews

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Issue 8: Summer 1999

Cover

New Masters of the Balkans


Notes of the Quarter


Features

Bosnia: Model for a New Colonialism? by Paul D’Amato

From Cold War to Kosovo, by Lance Selfa

The Roots of Serbian Nationalism, by Phil Gasper

Marxism and War, by Joel Geier

Racism and the Criminal Injustice System, by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

The Crisis in Healthcare, by Helen Redmond

Briefing: Guns vs. Butter, by Eric Ruder

A Theory of Modern War, by David Whitehouse


Reviews

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Issue 9: Fall 1999

Cover

The New Movement Against
Sweatshops


Notes of the Quarter


Features

The New Movement Against Sweatshops, by Jennifer Roesch

U.S. Imperialism After Kosovo, by Lance Selfa

School of the Assasins, by Katherine Dwyer

Marxism and Oppression, by Paul D’Amato

Vietnam: the Soldiers’ Rebellion, by Joel Geier

The Iranian Revolution, by Saman Sepehri

Iran at the Crossroads, by Saman Sepehri

Interview with Howard Zinn, by Helen Scott


Book Reviews

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Issue 10: Winter 2000

Cover

Criss and Class Struggle
in Latin America


Notes of the Quarter

Features

Latin America: Birth of Resistance, by Lance Selfa

The Left in Latin America, by Lance Selfa

Colombia: the Terrorist State, by Tristan Adie & Paul D’Amato

Can Mexico’s rulers weather the storm? by Todd Chretien

Toward a democratic labor movement in Mexico, by Dan laBotz

The fall of Stalinism 10 years on, by Anthony Arnove

World War II: The good war? by Ashley Smith

The Mark Twain they didn’t teach us in school, by Helen Scott


Book Reviews

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Issue 11: April–May 2000

Cover

Death Penalty on Trial

Notes of the Quarter


Features

Briefing: The Shape of World Capitalism, by Ahmed Shawki & Paul D’Amato

Death Penalty on Trial, by Eric Ruder

Mexico after the Student Strike, by Todd Chretien

Cuba: Crisis of State Capitalism, by Hector Reyes

A Strike Derailed, by Meredith Kolodnor & Shaun Harkin

Reprint: What is Sectarianism? by Duncan Hallas


Reviews

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Issue 12: June–July 2000

Cover

The Revolt Against
Globalization

Editorials


Features

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Birth of a new movement

The color of justice, by Paul D’Amato

Ethiopia: Roots of Famine, by David Whitehouse

The hidden war against Iraq, by Anthony Arnove

The new assault on a woman’s right to choose, by Elizabeth Schulte

Rehabilitating McCarthyism, by William Keach

Standing on the shoulders of a giant: Remembering Tony Cliff


Book Reviews

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Issue 13: August–September 2000

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The Price of Lesser Evilism

Editorials


Features

Eight Years of Clinton-Gore – The Price of Lesser Evilism, by Lance Selfa

Death Penalty in the Spotlight, by Alice Kim

“Hiroshima Was No Longer a City”, by Mikki Smith

The Hidden History of America’s Concentration Camps, by Ken Matsumura

Marxism and Nationalism, by Tom Lewis

A Conversation with Denis Halliday

Reprint: On Perspectives, by Tony Cliff


Book Reviews

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Issue 14: October–November 2000

Cover

The Nader Challenge

Editorials


Features

Washington’s men in Kosovo, by Jeremy Scahill

Taking on the parties of Big Business, by Ralph Nader (speech)

How “Governor Death” runs Texas, by Quent Reese

“Hunger follows them like a shadow”, by Sharon Smith

The myth of the New Economy, by Lee Sustar

Gandhi and the politics of non-violence, by Meneejeh Moradian & David Whitehouse

100 years since the original ISR, by Alan Maass

Marxism and nationalism (part 2), by Tom Lewis

Richard Wright: “Using words as a weapon”, by Annie Levin


Book Reviews

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Issue 15: December 2000–January 2001

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The New Intifada:
Standing Up to Goliath

Editorials


Features

Howard Zinn on Class Warfare

Where Is the Serbian Revolution Headed? by Lee Sustar

The New Intifada: Standing up to Goliath, by Lance Selfa

The War on Drugs: Myth and Reality, by Helen Redmond

Briefing: Disease and Disasters: Suffering Unequally, by Alex Taylor

Reprint: On Authority, by Frederick Engels

Reprint: The Economic Roots of Reformism, by Tony Cliff


Book Reviews



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