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Inside front cover: Thousands of anti-war protesters take to the streets of South Korea.

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nov 02

 

Editorial: Fight Fire with Fire (L)

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nov 02

 

By any standards it has been a bad month for Tony Blair. One of the strongest and most powerful groups of workers, the firefighters, threatened their first national strike since the 1970s, support for the anti-war movement continued to grow, and one of Blair's closest allies, Estelle Morris, chose to jump ship as incompetence and controversy piled more pressure on New Labour.

 

Nicolai Gentchev: News Review: Russia: The Theatre of War

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nov 02

 

The brutal storming of a Moscow theatre by Russian forces last month led to the deaths of 117 hostages and all 50 hostage takers.

 

News Review: Between the Lines: Most company boards ignore social and environmental issues – London Eye and British Airways debt problems – US Justice Department Loses Computers and Weapons

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Andrew Stone: News Review: European Union: Larger than Life

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nov 02

 

The froth surrounding the potential 'rebranding' of the European Union should not distract from the real economic and political issues being hammered out behind closed doors.

 

Clare Fermont: News Review: Socialist Alliance: Pretty Bubbles Everywhere

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nov 02

 

We're all still bubbling with excitement in Hackney Socialist Alliance after the Foot for Mayor campaign, despite our collective exhaustion.

 

News Review: Brazil: Don't Be 'Lite' on the Bosses

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nov 02

 

The landslide victory of the Workers Party (PT) candidate, Lula da Silva in the Brazilian presidential election in October, was of historic significance.

 

Martin Empson: Martin's Web: Spam, Spam, Spam

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nov 02

 

Anyone who has ever used Hotmail--one of the most popular online e-mail systems--will have noticed that junkmail, or spam as it is called, is much worse on its service than any other.

 

The Walrus: Up the Barbara

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nov 02

 

Add up housing costs and average wages and £30k looks modest.

 

Chris Bambery + Peter Morgan: Industry: Anger into action?

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nov 02

 

The firefighters' action has revived talk of the winter of discontent in the 1970s. Chris Bambery and Peter Morgan look at what happened.

 

Lindsey German: War and Resistance: Moving On Up

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nov 02

 

The Stop the War Coalition has created the biggest anti- war movement in generations.

 

Mubin Haq: The Worst is Yet to Come? (Afghanistan)

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nov 02

 

The Afghan tragedy continues.

 

Chris Harman: Unfree and Unfair

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nov 02

 

The aims of fair trade face a hostile system.

 

Tom Behan + Andrew Stone: European Social Forum: Meeting of a Multitude

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nov 02

 

All eyes will be on Florence this month when the European Social Forum comes to town. Tom Behan analyses the Italian left while Andrew Stone talks to some activists who will be attending.

 

Chanie Rosenberg + Frank Henderson + Ian Birchall: Duncan Hallas: An Agitator of the Best Kind (Obituary)

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nov 02

 

We pay tribute to the life and work of Duncan Hallas, who died recently.

 

Duncan Hallas: The Fight for Revolution

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nov 02

 

How do working people win improvements in their lives, and how do they hold on to them?
(This is a reprint of an article by Duncan Hallas first published in June 1994 in Socialist Review Issue 176.)

 

Jane Shallice: Joan Littlewood: Worker's Playtime (Obituary)

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nov 02

 

Jane Shallice pays tribute to Joan Littlewood whose recent death robs us of one of the greatest and most left wing architects of modern British theatre.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Arts Review: Cultural currents: Dispatches from a War Zone

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nov 02

 

The Vietnam War still has the power to horrify.

 

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