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Contents (Socialist Review 264, June 2002)

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Inside front cover: Marxism 2002

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Editorial: Waging war at home

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jun 02

 

Phil Pardoe: (News Review:) Civil Servants: A very uncivil coup

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jun 02

 

Between the lines (VM-strømmangel i Nigeria; Colombia-højregruppes klage-telefon; NASA efterlyser reservedele på Yahoo)

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Elizabeth Atherton: (News Review:) Colombia: Darling of the death squads

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Solomon Hughes: (News Review:) Media Ownership: The Sky's the limit for broadcasters

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The Walrus: Jackson's hole

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New Labour's favourite union leader is facing problems in the forthcoming election says The Walrus

 

Praful Bidwai: Kashmir: The dance of death

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The possibility of war between India and Pakistan refutes the idea that nuclear weapons act as a deterrent

 

Lindsey German: The growing opposition (to war)

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Kevin Ovenden: Polarisation in Europe: Right turn or revolt?

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The crisis in Europe has allowed the far right a hearing explains Kevin Ovenden, but it's also led to a resurgence of the left

 

Chris Harman: Thinking it through: To vote or not to vote? (France)

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It was wrong to call for a vote for Chirac against Le Pen in the recent French elections, argues Chris Harman

 

Chris Bambery: Polarisation in Europe: Designed to deceive (fascism)

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Chris Bambery explains why today's fascists stand in the tradition of their Nazi forefathers

 

Luciano Muhlbauer: Anti-capitalism: The agents of change

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Luciano Muhlbauer invites you to join thousands of others at the European Social Forum in Florence later this year

 

Paul Foot: Obituary: Red Barbara's rocky road (Barbara Castle)

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Martin Smith: The jubilee: No future in England's dream (punk music)

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Punk was the perfect antidote to the 1977 jubilee, says Martin Smith, because it stuck two fingers up to the establishment.

 

Ian Birchall: The jubilee: The house of horrors

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Ian Birchall explains why he is not impressed by recent attempts to rehabilitate the monarchy

 

Steven Rose: Obituary Stephen Jay Gould: Science: The measure of a man

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Steven Rose pays tribute to the life and work of Stephen Jay Gould

 

Wael Fateen: Middle East: The light on the horizon (interview with the Egyptian writer Nawal El Saadawi)

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The Egyptian writer Nawal El Saadawi spoke to Wael Fateen about women, globalisation and the Middle East

 

Sabby Sagall: Middle East: State of denial

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Discrimination against Palestinians runs through the state of Israel. Sabby Sagall traces its origins

 

Mike Gonzalez: Arts Review: Cultural currents: Is there a doctor in the house? (Emergency Room programmes)

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The trauma of ER is not just medical. Mike Gonzalez gives a diagnosis.

 

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