Issue 80 of INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM, quarterly journal of the Socialist Workers Party (Britain) Published September 1998 Copyright International Socialism

Autumn 1998

Contents

Editorial
Clare Fermont   Indonesia: the inferno of revolution
Workers' Representatives and
Socialists      Three interviews from Indonesia
Chris Bambery   Report from Indonesia
Tony Cliff      Revolution and counter-revolution: lessons for Indonesia
John Molyneux   The legitimacy of modern art
Gary McFarlane  A respectable trade? Slavery and the rise of capitalism
Paul McGarr     The French Revolution: Marxism versus revisionism
Shaun Doherty   Will the real James Connolly please stand up?

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