30: War and Revolution

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War and Revolution, February 1997
30: War and Revolution Introduction: Smell the Tragic: War, Revolution and Violence After the Cold War
John Brady, Joe Lockard, Joel Schalit
Instead of asking in what case violence is legitimate as a political instrument, we must ask to what extent violence is legitimate as a regulatory, integrative force in everyday life.
30: War and Revolution Voices From the Collective: Marxism versus Postmodernism
Each issue we reprint a series of posts from the Bad Subjects discussion list. As always, these posts are reprinted unedited and as they appeared on the list.
30: War and Revolution Interview with Jello Biafra
David Grad, Jello Biafra
Jello was the lightning rod for conservative attacks on radical American music culture during the ninteen eighties.
30: War and Revolution The End of History? Revolutionary Politics in Latin America
Jim Cane
While the persistent illusion that definitive change in Latin America is just around the corner is now clearly destroyed, the potential for political struggle and radical social transformation is far from having evaporated.
30: War and Revolution Political Violence and Political Organization: Notes from the South African Counter-Revolution
Jason Myers
South African problems can't be solved without referring to the political nature of the violence, to the role of organizations in contesting for local and, as the end of the apartheid era came nearer, national hegemony.
30: War and Revolution Faith and Firepower
Charlie Bertsch, Joel Schalit
Like most people, right-wing Christians are extremely worried about their future in a historical and economic period of unprecedented socio-economic reorganization and deindustrialization.
30: War and Revolution Voodoo Politics: Tyranny and Enlightenment in Haiti and Britain
David Hawkes
Formal fascism may be dead in the West. But the irrationalism and idolatry which characterize that mode of politics are stronger than ever.

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