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"One Day the Fields will Stay Green": A Journey into Nicaragua's War Zone

o f e x t e r n a l political A t th e e n d o f a very l o n g m o m e n t we shelter and basic facilities like water, and c i r c u m s t a n c e s w h ic h s e e m e d to have h a d all l o o k e d

"One Day the Fields will Stay Green": A Journey into Nicaragua's War Zone

o f e x t e r n a l political A t th e e n d o f a very l o n g m o m e n t we shelter and basic facilities like water, and c i r c u m s t a n c e s w h ic h s e e m e d to have h a d all l o o k e d

The Marriage-Family Institution

econom ic and political ones), and yet defined and utilised as the main social area for 2!' " T h e P o litical E conom y of W o m en 's L ib e ra tio n ." M o n th ly R eview , Sept. I% !), p p .13-28. 30

Foreign Policy Debate

triggered off the massive E uro p ean nuclear disarm am ent campaign. When United States military and political leaders indicated th at limited nuclear w a r w as u n d e r c o n s i d e r a t i o n , m a n y

Education and the Scientific and Technological Revolution

. Schultz, 10 p er cent (?C apital F orm ation by E d u catio n ?, Journal of Political E conom y 4/1960). All three au th o rs agree th a t education is becom ing increasingly effective. 120 Soviet and Am ... C o n trib u tio n of Eds. to N ational Incom e G ro w th ?, Journal of Political Econom y 5/1964. 121 Cf. Conditions Favorable to Faster G row th, London 1963; Policy Conference on Econom ic G rowth

Beginning or End?

th e fo llo w in g lines. 1. ISSUES (a) Internal University: student representation, composition of governing bodies, discipline, political, sexual, etc., freedom on campus,* the u n i­ versity’s

Aspects of Socialist Strategy

questions a n d the issue of rev o lu tio n ary tran sfo rm a­ tio n , I t was n o t th a t th e issues were p urely econom ic; o n th e con­ trary, they w ere econom ic, political an d m oral all at once. B

Beginning or End?

th e fo llo w in g lines. 1. ISSUES (a) Internal University: student representation, composition of governing bodies, discipline, political, sexual, etc., freedom on campus,* the u n i? versity?s

Comment

to th e ir ow n hero ic struggle, worlcl-wide su p p o rt fo r the V ietnam ese p e o p le is essential for th e ir victory. N ever has US political iso latio n been m ore obvious, a n d w orld o p in

Comment

to th e ir ow n hero ic struggle, worlcl-wide su p p o rt fo r the V ietnam ese p e o p le is essential for th e ir victory. N ever has US political iso latio n been m ore obvious, a n d w orld o p in

US Policy in Central America

, patriotism and distrust of the city. The old Democratic 'solid south' has been remarkably receptive to Reagan's 'newright'. Indeed the importance of ideology, combined with economic and political changes

US Policy in Central America

, patriotism and distrust of the city. The old Democratic 'solid south' has been remarkably receptive to Reagan's 'newright'. Indeed the importance of ideology, combined with economic and political changes

Energy Environment Employment

hold back the new technologies. Finally, only labor has the political strength to break the corporate stranglehold on energy and to help society apply the power of public governance to the creation of a

Energy Environment Employment

hold back the new technologies. Finally, only labor has the political strength to break the corporate stranglehold on energy and to help society apply the power of public governance to the creation of a

Gramsci and his Views

diffused th ro u g h o u t society in all its in stitu tio n al and private m anifestations, inform ing w ith its spirit all taste, m orality, customs, religious and political principles, and all social

One Year After

people believed, an d were m ade to believe, the m ilitary and political leaders of the country knew perfectly well th a t th ere was no th reat to Israel. T hey knew the state of the E gyptian Arm y, they

Carr, Stalin and Trotsky

espe­ cially th e la tte r) resorts to this m e th o d successfully.37 36 C arr, T h e Bolshevik R evolution, vol. i, p. 185. 37 Isaac D eutscher, Stalin a political biography (London, 1961), passim

New Conditions New Demands

unions, sh o u ld com e forw ard in defence of th e righ ts o f w orking w om en. A ny o rg an isatio n , w h e th e r tra d e u n io n , w o m en ’s o r political, w hich claim s to fu n c tio n in the