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International Socialism Journal

Issue No. 1935

Cover of ISJ 105

Cover of ISJ 105


The new bumper issue of International Socialism is out this month.

The rise of the Iraqi resistance is examined in depth by Anne Alexander and Simon Assaf.

We interview Iranian activist and author Elaheh Rostami Povey about workers and women in the Islamic republic of Iran.

Mark Thomas looks at the effect of the 1905 Russian Revolution on Marxists and their theory.

In our new Polemic section Gregor Gall and Martin Smith debate trade union struggles in Britain today.

Fabio Ruggiero criticises Rifondazione’s electoral U-turn and we print extracts from Rosa Luxemburg’s writing on electoral alliances.

Argentinian Marxist Néstor Kohan challenges the ‘post-Marxist’ orthodoxies of the 1990s.

Talat Ahmed looks at the life of committed Indian novelist Mulk Raj Anand, interviewed just before he died last year.

The Marxists Internet Archive is an invaluable source of material for activists and students of Marxism throughout the world. Martin Empson talks to the people behind the site.

Available for £5.50 (inc P&P). To order write to ISJ, PO Box 82, London E3 3LH, e-mail isj@swp.org.uk or phone 020 7538 3308. Discounts are available for bulk orders.


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SW Appeal
Sat 22 Jan 2005, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1935
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