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"Bourgeois

u ctio n to the C ritique of Political Econom y. In a sense, of course, both things arc tru e. However, m odern psychology and sociology show decisively th at, u p till this point in history ... overseas there are radicals in A cadem ia and elsew here who are providing an altern a­ tive to the “B ourgeois” sociologists, psychologists and political scientists. Like M arx, before them , they do not

"Bourgeois

u ctio n to the C ritique of Political Econom y. In a sense, of course, both things arc tru e. However, m odern psychology and sociology show decisively th at, u p till this point in history ... overseas there are radicals in A cadem ia and elsew here who are providing an altern a? tive to the ?B ourgeois? sociologists, psychologists and political scientists. Like M arx, before them , they do not

"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

"Scoundrel Time

Committee a t the height of the McCarthy era. Although one of the foremost political dramatists of her generation, Hellman had, until recently, remained relatively unknown outside the U.S. It took the ... 's boys" (a s L illia n Heilm an calls them with undisguised contem pt) would get on to her, too; political terrorism had arrived in America. The political clim ate in the U.S. had ch an g ed d ra m a

"The Wretched of The Earth

liar?” Yes, says Fanon, of course he is, in the absence of political resis­ tance, these are the only weapons he can use to sabotage the colonial machine. T h e n again, the “native” is described as ... settlers themselves. T h e political m aturity of the FLN at this period is dem onstrated by the fact th a t it could win and use such people, and proves a salutary rem in der that, in contrast to what

"The Wretched of The Earth"

liar?? Yes, says Fanon, of course he is, in the absence of political resis? tance, these are the only weapons he can use to sabotage the colonial machine. T h e n again, the ?native? is described as back ... settlers themselves. T h e political m aturity of the FLN at this period is dem onstrated by the fact th a t it could win and use such people, and proves a salutary rem in der that, in contrast to what

10 Years Later

“normalisation” — like those of Dubcek, Kriegel, Kahout, Vaculik and other protagonists of 1968 who remain faithful to the ideals of the Prague Spring; the youth and political fringe; Christians; liberals and ... those disparate political and cultural elements which form the “ Charter 77” movement. - That attempt at “ socialist renewal” was certainly not the first by any Eastern bloc country. One recalls the

1789 and Us

. But modernity makes this hope possible while working against it: economic life determines political life, the dull compulsions of economic life make political participation difficult and diverse self ... marxist and its labourist forms, has traditionally addressed political ques­ tions via a commonsense version of the labour theory of value: rights were to be accorded to those who really produced value, not

1917-1967

disadvantage. M ainly this has been due to insular social and political prejudice, and a very real fear by the m ajority of producers, and even the p o p u latio n of Australia, that expressed interest in Soviet ... and saved the country from degeneration and destruction both political and economic. I t saved her from the im perialist aggressors. I t em ancipated her from economic slavery to foreign capital, it

1917-1967

disadvantage. M ainly this has been due to insular social and political prejudice, and a very real fear by the m ajority of producers, and even the p o p u latio n of Australia, that expressed interest in Soviet ... and saved the country from degeneration and destruction both political and economic. I t saved her from the im perialist aggressors. I t em ancipated her from economic slavery to foreign capital, it

1949 to 1956 : Stalinism or Independence

become a real political force in each country. The development of th is broad popular m ovement would sim plify for the people the creation of governm ents which would put an end to w ar preparations ... secure signatures to the petition a g a in st atom ic w eapons as a way of getting p arty members to carry out political work on a wide scale; the p arty should merge w ith the broad m ass m ovem ent as

1949 to 1956 : Stalinism or Independence

become a real political force in each country. The development of th is broad popular m ovement would sim plify for the people the creation of governm ents which would put an end to w ar preparations ... secure signatures to the petition a g a in st atom ic w eapons as a way of getting p arty members to carry out political work on a wide scale; the p arty should merge w ith the broad m ass m ovem ent as

A Brave New World?

for personal political power. These will not be the movers and shakers of the new era, and by the time the next generation of unionists is able to cement its control, critical years will have been lost

A Careful Analysis

ful social and that this created a sort of private political activity. world in which I could get my own back for my failure in All under the pretext of "national everyday life. r9 security". It is a

A Careful Analysis

ful social and that this created a sort of private political activity. world in which I could get my own back for my failure in All under the pretext of "national everyday life. r9 security". It is a

A Caste of Thousands

argues that the conflict goes to the heart of conceptions of ethnicity in modern political culture. ... dow n fil of the governproving that, even if its economy is not ment. Then came a climactic point in the agitation, festering since 1984, by some Hindu organisations and political remains functional

A Catholic Nation

polarisation of political forces here is already threatening to turn back the clo ck on P o la n d 's hard -w on d em ocracy. O ne o f the m ain beneficiaries of the Roman Catholic C hurch's political resurgence ... that were billed as the epitaph of communism and the inauguration of democracy have seen many of the political and economic reform processes under way grind to a virtual halt. Sixty percent of the

A Catholic Nation

polarisation of political forces here is already threatening to turn back the clo ck on P o la n d 's hard -w on d em ocracy. O ne o f the m ain beneficiaries of the Roman Catholic C hurch's political resurgence ... that were billed as the epitaph of communism and the inauguration of democracy have seen many of the political and economic reform processes under way grind to a virtual halt. Sixty percent of the

A Change of Heart

its political objective in ihe union movement by wages struggle. Those ovcraward campaigns in the late 70s were showing signs of flagging. They benefitted militant pockets of the union movement, but ... political views which aren't finding :?y response from the Left. The views of Michael Costa ?tod Mark Duffy (ALR 129, June) are a case in point; whatever you think about it, theirs is a very sophisticated