Issue 168 of SOCIALIST REVIEWPublished October 1993Copyright © Socialist Review
Notes of the month
The crisis of British politics
After the BNP win in Millwall, Lindsey German assesses the state of politics in Britain today
Chris Nineham investigates the Liberal's racist record in Tower Hamlets
From barricades to ballots
Why the struggle in Ireland has reached a deadlock, by Kieran Allen
The workers weekly
We talk to Socialist Worker editor Chris Harman about the first 25 years of the papers history
The making of a working class historian
Duncan Hallas and Alex Callinicos look back on the life and work of socialist historian EP Thompson
Riding through the glen
Who was the real Robin Hood, asks Judy Cox more
RegularsEditor Lindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Lee Humber, Judith Orr, Pat Stack, Liz Rattue, Margot Hill, Simon Joyce, Duncan Blackie, Jack Robertson and Sabby Sagall. Business Hazel Croft. Reviews Duncan Blackie and Hazel Croft.
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