Nbr. 85, March 2005
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- Talking Turkey for democracy: fundamentalism, fascism and the EU.
- A call for emancipatory reflection: introduction to the forum.
- On John Holloway's Change the World Without Taking Power: the meaning of revolution today.
- Sympathy for the devil? John Holloway's Mephistophelian Marxism.
- !Que se vayan todos! Out with them all!(Forum) (Book Review)
- To change the world we need revolutionary democracy.
- Hopeful voyage; uncertain point of arrival?
- Contemporary struggle in Europe: 'anti-power' or counter-power?
- Nouns and verbs; or, Holloway's understanding of revolution.
- The state as a contradiction.
- Holloway on power and the 'state illusion'.
- Change the world without taking power.
- Critical theory in Global Political Economy: critique? Knowledge? emancipation?
- The National Childcare Strategy: the social regulation of lone mothers as a gendered reserve army of labour.
- Social policy, social exclusion and commodity fetishism.
- A precarious balance: neoliberalism, crisis management, and the social implosion in Jamaica.
- Christopher J. Arthur: the New Dialectic and Marx's Capital.
- Umut Ozkyrymly (ed.): Nationalism and its Futures.
- Mark Neocleous: Imagining the State.
- Rajiv Prabhakar: Stakeholding and New Labour.
- Magnus Ryner: Capitalist Restructuring, Globalisation and the Third Way: Lessons from the Swedish Model.
- Geoff Evans, James Goodman and Nina Lansbury (eds.): Moving Mountains: Communities Confront Mining & Globalisation.
- Ronaldo Munck: Globalisation and Labour: the New 'Great Transformation'.
- Books available for review.