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International Socialism Journal 103 – Summer 2004
Quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party (Britain) - Main article: Charlie Hore: China's century?
The Hindu chauvinist BJP's claims that 'India is shining' failed to convince the voters in May's elections. The results shocked left and right alike, ith the BJP losinga third of its seats an Congress returning as the main party after ten years on the sidelines. Chris Harman tackles the question of how the Indian left should respond, arguing that an opportunity exists to form a new left, ditch the old Stalinist certainties, and forge a movement to challenge the whole system.
Sixty years after D-Day Michael Bradley takes us through the days' events and argues that it wasn't the pivotal moment we are told about at school. He looks at the British Communist Party's role in galvanising working class support for the war effort, but argues that the class war was far from over.
Our 'In perspective' series continues with a look at US feminist and anti-war activist Judith Butler. Rachel Aldred brings out Butler's common concerns with Marxism in fighting for a world free from oppression
Brian Manning, a regular contributor to this jouranl, died in April this year. Deutscher Prize-winning author of 'Ehud's Dagger' James Holstun appreciates the work of this great Marxist historian af the English Revolution. Book reviews include ancient Rome and a newely discovered review of Tony Cliff's first book.
Udgivet første gang: 2004
Pris: 35 kr.
ISBN: 1 898876 57 6
Forlag: International Socialism
Sidst opdateret 24.12.2006