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Inside front cover: Firefighters take to the streets in their campaign for a decent pay rise

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2

sep 02

 

Editorial: Who wants this war?

266

3

sep 02

 

Andrew Stone: (News Review:) Earth summit: An ideological world away

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4

sep 02

 

Between the lines (Starbucks, traffic congestion, Lords are directors)

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sep 02

 

Peter Morgan: (News Review:) Lesbians and gays: Put the politics back into Pride

266

5

sep 02

 

Andrew Stone: (News Review:) Germany: Can Schröder turn the tide again?

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6

sep 02

 

Kevin Ovenden: (News Review:) Industry: Fire down below

266

6

sep 02

 

Chris Harman: (News Review:) Venezuela: When is a coup not a coup?

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7

sep 02

 

Venezuela is suffering from the backlash right across South America

 

Martin Empson: (News Review:) Martin's Web: A tale of two logos

266

8

sep 02

 

Neve Gordon: (News Review:) Letter from Israel: A cell is still a cell

266

8

sep 02

 

The Walrus: Ken and Barry go off

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9

sep 02

 

Lindsey German: A year of war: Bush and Blair's war plans

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10

sep 02

 

The 'war on terror' was meant to bring peace. Instead we are on the edge of much greater war with Iraq

 

Chris Harman: A year of war: The recession strikes back

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sep 02

 

Chris Harman wonders whatever happened to the US economy's 'new paradigm'

 

Dragan Plavsic: A year of war: Liberty up against the law

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sep 02

 

Is New Labour fighting terrorism or restricting our rights?

 

John Parrington: Science: The gene machine

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sep 02

 

Sir John Sulston, former director of the human genome mapping project, talks to John Parrington

 

Solomon Hughes: Pensions: One hand in the till

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sep 02

 

Pensions – once the bedrock of the welfare state – are under attack as never before. Solomon Hughes explains why this is connected to the spread of global capital.

 

Nick Grant: Education: Bottom of the class

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sep 02

 

Labour's crude currency of succes in education is the market

 

Sabby Sagall: Internationalism: Solidarity forever

266

24

sep 02

 

Sabby Sagall looks at the hidden history of support for international causes among British workers

 

Mike Gonzalez: Arts Review: Cultural currents: Travelling lite

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Holiday promise imagined places but only give us the familiar

 

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