CR79 - Spring 16

CR79 SpringISSN 1474-9246. £2.50 (+p&p).

COVER STORY - The 1916 Rising: A risen people challenges the empire by Eugene McCartan; State monopoly capitalism Part 2 by Gretchen Binus, Beate Landefeld and Andreas Wehr; Marxism versus reforism in the 1926 General Strike by Jack Cohen; The French anomaly by Jimmy Jancovich; Women workers and the trade unions: still much room for improvement Review by Mary Davis.

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CR78 - Winter 15/16

CR78 WinterISSN 1474-9246. £2.50 (+p&p).

COVER STORY - State monopoly capitalism by Gretchen Binus, Beate Landefeld and Andreas Wehr; Islam as reflected in the Marxist critique of religion by Hans-Peter Brenner; Leadership and rebellion in the Labour movement by Robert Griffiths; Mao Zedong: On Contradiction by Martin Jenkins; Nordahl Grieg's commitment to peace by Lars Ulrik Thomsen.

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The battle for the Labour Movement

1 2015: a year of struggle January 2
1 Despite its flaws Labour remains the best choice for the working class March 11
3 Socialism is the only antidote to exploitation May 1
4 After the election, what priorities for the left? May 23
6 The Tories are fighting on a wide front – so must we June 20
8 Bail-out sell out July 14
10 The illusory recovery August 8
12 Big spending – the spark our economy needs August 10
14 Corbyn's victory stands to chart a new course for Britain September 14
16 An unabashed socialist is at the helm again October 3
18 Privatise the profits – the only game in Tory town November 27
20 2016: A year for decisive advance November 28
22 March, demonstrate, lobby & strike against Tory government policies January 2, 2016


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Britain and the EU

This pamphlet ends with a warning. The EU’s imposition of neo-liberal policies on all governments, including those led by the traditional parties of the Left, has resulted in the collapse of support for social democracy. In the coming referendum voters will be asked to support an even more neo-liberal and probusiness EU. Politically, such an outcome would pose an additional danger that Cameron would use it to argue that the electorate has voted in support of the EU’s so-called free market policies and therefore against Labour’s programme for public ownership and enhanced public spending.


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