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Contents (Socialist Review 262, April 2002)

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Inside front cover: On the march against Berlusconi.

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Three million take to the streets of Rome, Italy, 23 March 2002

 

Editorial: The power of protest

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Weyman Bennett: (News Review:) Racism: Stopping them on sight

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Between the lines (WTC scrap dumped in South East Asia; Scotland Yard; Air travel security)

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Alan Walter: (News Review:) Housing: No easy touch

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Leo Zeilig: (News Review:) Zimbabwe: Still living in Limbo

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Jim Wolfreys: (News Review:) French elections: A watershed for the revolutionary left

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Whatever the result of the first round of this month's presidential election in France, the poll is certain to confirm the crisis of mainstream politics.

 

The Walrus: Move over, Darling

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Is your pension at risk? Yes, minister says The Walrus

 

John Rees: The movement erupts: The fight against capital and war

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The anti-capitalist movement is back with a vengeance. John Rees argues that socialist politics are crucial to its success

 

Peter Morgan: The movement erupts: Shaking Labour to its core (Interview with George Galloway about the growing opposition to Bush and Blair's war)

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Simon Assaf: The movement erupts: Losing the appetite for war (Middle East)

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Simon Assaf reports from Lebanon about the growing unrest in the Middle East

 

Chris Harman: Thinking it through: Hegemony and harmony?

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Despite its military dominance the US still has reason to fear its rivals as Chris Harman explains

 

Alex Callinicos: United Front: Unity in diversity

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The movement against neoliberalism and war must be built, says Alex Callinicos, but so too must the revolutionary Marxist current within it

 

Ian Birchall: 'Parrots have never made a revolution' (Tony Cliff: "Selected Writings Volume Two: In the Thick of Workers' Struggle")

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Attacks on Labour and trade union leaders, as well as the occasional anecdote, makes Tony Cliff's second volume of selected writings essential reading says Ian Birchall

 

Martin Smith: Trade unions: Funds for the future (on the political funds)

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Martin Smith explains why New Labour can no longer take the trade unions' money for granted

 

Mike Davis: Voices from the US: Great and glorious days

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George W nearly as popular as Abe Lincoln? Mike Davis looks at the strange twists of the US political scene

 

Michael Moore: Voices from the US: It's the government, stupid (Mike Moore book signing tour)

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Jimmy Ross: Singing for the common folk (Obituary of Hamish Henderson)

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Jimmy Ross pays tribute to the Scottish radical Hamish Henderson

 

Mike Gonzalez: Arts Review: Cultural currents: It's not a dream--it's possible (Studs Terkel)

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Mike Gonzalez on why the work of Studs Terkel lets ordinary Americans speak for themselves

 

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