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AUSTRALIAN
MARXIST
REVIEW

Journal of the Communist Party of Australia

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    # Date Topic/Articles
    56 2014 July

    Education

    55 2012 March The 13th International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties
    54 2011 September Some thoughts on the history of the communist movement in Australia
    53 2010 October
    52 2010 July
    51 2010 March 11th International Meeting of the Communist and Workers’ Parties
    50 2009 November
    49 2008 November
    48 2008 June
    47 2008 January
    46 2007 March
    45 2006 October
    44 2006 April
    43 2006 January
    42 2000 November
    41 1999 November
    40 1998 August
    39 1998 February
    38 1997 November
    37 1997 April
    36 1996 December
    35 1995 November
    34 1995 June
    33 1994 December
    32 1994 October
    31 1993 November Class Struggle and National Liberation – Counter-revolution in Ireland
    30 1993 September
    29 1992 May
    28 1991 September
    • The Soviet Union
    • A World to Save and a World to Win
    • New World Order
    • Grim Future for Farmers
    • New Developments for the Peace Movement
    • The Peace Movement in the 1990s
    • Marxism and Morality
    • Petty-Bourgeois Ideology
    • Perestroika in the Soviet Union
    27 1991 January
    • Our Changing World
    • Dialectics of Nature and Weather
    • Humour is Serious Business
    • Racism
    • Privatisation
    • Media in Australia
    • Alienation: The Worm in the Apple
    • New Struggles for a New Decade
    26 1990 September
    • Power and Democracy
    • Industrial Concentration and the impact of Changed Conditions
    • Building the Party in the Workplace
    • The Crisis in the Socialist World
    • Marxist theory under fire
    • After the elections in the GDR
    • Critical and United
    • On certain political-ideological issues related to developments in some socialist countries
    25 1990 April
    • Has the peace movement won?
    • Links between peace, social justice and the environment
    • Values
    • The state of apartheid
    • A turning in history
    • Economics and politics in the era of the dictatorship of the proletariat
    24 1989 November
    • Australion trade unions
    • Australia’s foreign debt
    • 40 years of socialist China
    • Politics of the Federal elections
    • The West’s peaceful evolution examined
    • Harare Declaration on South Africa
    23 1989 August
    • Good planets are hard to find
    • Aggression against nature
    • International communist movement
    • Unions at the crossroad
    • Australia’s Asia-Pacific policy
    • 14th Congress Communist Party of India
    22 1989 June
    • Migrant workers conference
    • Approaches to change
    • Responses to neo-conservatism
    • The Australian peace movement
    • The character of the ALP
    • The search of Yuri Krasin
    • Socialist revolution or evolution
    • International Women’s Day
    21 1989 March
    • Peace and Class Struggles
    • What is New Thinking?
    • Proletarian internationalism
    • Changing consciousness
    • Political essence of wages struggle
    • International Women’s Day
    • Aboriginal rights and the Bicentenary
    • Contribution to a branch meeting
    20 1988 August
    • Great October, Peace, New Thinking
    • Communists in today’s world
    • SPA at the WMR Conference
    • Keating’s economics – deregulation
    • Unity in the student movement
    • ALP National Conference
    19 1988 May
    • Problems of Unity
    • Uruguay’s left forces
    • Electoral experiences in Greece
    • Principles of unity advanced by the PCPE
    • Conflicting ideologies and common security – Statement & Interview
    18 1987 December
    • SPA 6th Congress
    • Principles of unity
    • Peace movement in Australia
    • Privatisation push
    • Coal in crisis
    • Local Government elections
    • Trade unions under socialism
    • Irangate
    17 1987 September
    • Revolutionary essence of Perestroika
    • GDR, Hungary, Czechoslovakia
    • The strategy of the “New Right”
    • The CPA and the “New Party”
    • 1987 Mini-Budget
    • Who we regard as allies
    • An independent New Zealand
    16 1987 April
    • International economic developments
    • New problems facing the working class
    • Australian unions move “Right”
    • Left Unity
    • Association of Communist Unity
    • Queensland Parliamentary elections
    15 1986 November
    • Australian working class movement
    • Communist trade union work
    • General crisis of capitalism
    • Dismantling Victorian State Schools
    • Communist Movement and Australia
    • Small business shoots wrong target
    • Southern African Revolution
    14 1986 March
    • The Accord
    • Left Unity
    • Lessonsfrom SEQEB dispute
    • Communist morality
    • More consequences of the Accord
    • Third World Debt
    • Global problems – global co-operation
    • Rizospastis: voice of the truth
    13 1985 October
    • European social revolutions
    • SEQEB dispute
    • Marxist parties and trade unions
    • Working class intellectuals
    • Our cultural heritage
    • Dialectics vs eclecticism
    • Internationalism
    12 1985 January
    • SPA Programs of Action
    • Transnationals
    • Role of the state
    • France – “class peace”
    • South Africa – “legal Marxism”
    • Part-time work
    • Anti-fascist Chilean Catholics
    11 1984 July
    • US imperialism
    • Foreign capital in Australia
    • Australia and world imperialism
    • “Self management” and socialism
    • Engels’ Origins of the Family ...
    • Left sectarianism
    10 1984 March
    • Development of the party
    • Foreign capital in Australia
    • Why a prices and incomes policy?
    • Wage restrictions not the solution
    • The arms race
    • 25 years of the World Marxist Review
    • 4th YSL Congress
    • The socialist economies
    • The STR in Australia
    • Accelerated Christian Education
    9 1983 August
    • Karl Marx – Berlin International Conference
    • Marx and revolutionary organisation
    • Proletarian Internationalism
    • Bourgeois propaganda
    • Class struggle or class collaboration
    • 4th YSL Congress
    • New education policy
    • Palestinian Revolution
    • Australian Literature
    • Building the party
    • Left sectarianism
    8 1982 December

    Special Issue

    • Contributions to a seminar on the problems of the women’s movement
    • Party Work Among Women (CC Resolution)
    • Character of a Communist Organisation
    7 1982 October
    • Social wage – “prices and incomes” policy
    • The Wornen’s movement
    • Nationalism and internationalism
    • Bourgeois Arts – a survey
    • Dimitrov – 100th anniversary
    • Left Sectarianism
    • Peace and stability in Southeast Asia
    6 1982 May
    • Lenin and petty bourgeois ideology
    • Wages – a critical review
    • 10th World Trade Union Congress
    • Resources boom fizzles out
    • Marxism-Leninism and Opportunism
    • The party spirit
    • “Superpowers” theory
    5 1981 July
    • 26th Congress of the CPSU
    • Fourth Congress of the SPA
    • Unions in struggle for peace
    • Politics of the struggle forr peace and disarmament
    • Party press in struggle for scientific socialism
    • Marxism – and Australian history
    4 1980 October
    • Editorial: Left unity and the struggle for peace
    • The Sixtieth Anniversary
    • The united front, essential feature of communist work
    • A Party of Communist science reborn
    • Sixty years of struggle by Communist women
    • Marxist-Leninist science and youth
    • The Communist movement and the national question in Australia
    • Do we need a worker-farmer alliance
    3 1980 March
    • 60 years of struggle for scientific socialism
    • CIA-Peking subversion of Afghanistan revolution
    • The renaissance of Australian realism
    • International Women's Day – an inspiration for 70 years
    • Role of petty bourgeois ideology in China
    • A rabbit-sized imperialism
    • The destiny o f the world – Socialist shape of things to come (Book review)
    2 1979 November
    • Social democrats historic dialogue in Moscow
    • The agrarian problem today
    • World Peace Council - its 4th Decade
    • Socialism - Australia's essential alternative
    • Significance of the World Marxist Review
    • Collective strength of the communists
    1 1979 June
    • Australian imperialism
    • Marxist science and history
    • Women and Socialism
    • Class struggle defined
    • Existing Socialism and its international significance
    • Forces shaping the world
    • Philosophy Course
    7/3 1979 March
    • SPA on China
    • Essence and form of working class power
    • CPA's 1979 draft program
    • Lenin on imperialism
    • Worker-farmer alliance – Some modem problems
    • On the Australian Labor Party
    • Australia and struggle against opportunism
    7/2 1978 December
    • Capitalist and socialist world contrast
    • Stages in the general crisis of capitalism
    • Soviet psychiatry and the struggle for peace
    • Eurocommunism
    • New feature on Study Classes
    • The scientific and technological revolution
    • Prospects under socialism
    • Problems under capitalism
    7/1 1978 September
    • On the Australian Labor Party
    • Building a revolutionary Party
    • World position of Australian nation
    • Party organisation and action
    • Women and the 3rd Party Congress
    • Unemployment and poverty
    • Struggle for scientific socialism in Australia (historical notes)
    6/3 1978 April
    • On Democratic and Bureaucratic Centralism
    • How Peking policies imperil world peace
    • The Politics of an Economic Policy
    • Party Building and the Role of Youth
    • Dictatorship of proletariat – and democracy
    • Power is always the power of a class
    • Chilean Communist view on State Power
    6/3 1977 December
    • USSR and 60 years of Socialism
    • The ASIO sbake-up
    • Key issue in crises
    • Human rights In Africa
    • China, enemy of African liberation
    • Two "Communist" Parties or Greece
    • Marxism and bourgeois economists
    6/2 1977 August
    • For International Solidarity, against opportunism.
    • Job democracy and Socialism
    • Whither the Australian Union of Students?
    • The fastest growing economic area in the world
    • Labor and the Socialist Alternative
    6/1 1977 March
    • Root Problem In Monopoly Growth
    • Petty Bourgeois Ideology
    • Petty Bourgeois Ideology – and Its Advocates
    • Role of Fraser Government
    • Talk with Phillipine Party
    • The Ethnic Australian

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