International Socialism #106

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Τεύχος:Νο 106
Φθινόπωρο 2005
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Imperialism’s New Facade

Chris Harman

The elections and the resistance in Iraq
Anne Alexander and Simon Assaf

Egypt: the pressures build up

Britain After Eight Years Of Blair

Chris Harman

The changing structure of the British economy
Jane Hardy

The working class
Jacob Middleton

Blair’s vision for education: business, business, business
Terry Wrigley

Urban landscapes
Alex Law and Gerry Mooney

Labour’s organic crisis
Charlie Kimber

Respect: the record so far

Can we change the world without taking power?
A debate between John Holloway and Alex Callinicos World Social Forum, 27 January 2005

Looking for an alternative
Mike Gonzalez

Venezuela: inside the Bolivarian revolution

Che and the socialist tradition: a reply to Mike Gonzalez
Fernando Lizárraga

Emin matters
John Molyneux

Book Reviews

Cities in revolt
Esme Choonara
A review of Meena Menon and Neera Adarkar, One Hundred Years, One Hundred Voices (Seagull Books, 2004), £19.95

Militant Dubliners
Kieran Allen
A review of John Newsinger, Rebel City (Merlin Press, 2004), £14.95

Barcelona class war
Andy Durgan
A review of Chris Ealham, Class, Culture and Conflict in Barcelona 1898-1937 (Routledge, 2004), £70

More than Culloden
Angus Calder
A review of Neil Davidson, Discovering the Scottish Revolution, 1682-1746 (Pluto Press, 2003), £19.99

Caught in a trap
John Game
A review of Vivek Chibber, Locked in Place: State-Building and Late Industrialisation in India (Princeton University Press, 2003), £26.95

Forgotten subversives
Chris Harman
A review of Jonathan I Israel, Radical Enlightenment (Oxford, 2002), £20.99

The other Moses
John Rose
A review of Edward Said, Freud and the Non-European (Verso, 2004), £8

I’m all lost in the supermarket
James Woodcock

Where Capital came from
Judy Cox
A review of Isaac Ilyich Rubin, A History of Economic Thought (Bertram), £19.99

Pick Of The Quarter

Pick of the quarter

A question of perspective
Daphne Lawless
A comment on the experience of the Alliance Party in New Zealand