Issue 169 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published November 1993
Copyright © Socialist Review
Notes of the month
Top of the golden iceberg
Lee Humber looks at the rich in Britain today
Planning the party
Chris Bambery on the experience of the Communist Party in the 1930s and what we can learn from it today
A war on the population?
An Eyewitness account from Moscow after the attempted coup
Strong arm of the law
Pat Stack talks to Jim Nichol about crime and punishment
An empire built on blood
Yunus Bakhsh describes the history of slavery
Rebels against the machine
The story of the Luddites by Suzanne Jeffrey
Editor 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.
Subscription rate for one year Britain and Ireland £15, overseas surface £18, European air £18, elsewhere air £24 (institutions add £10). To Socialist Review, PO Box 82, London E3 3LH. Cheques and postal orders, in sterling only, payable to Socialist Review. Tel: 071 538
Socialist Review is sent free to all prisoners on request.
ISSN 0141 2442. Printed by East End Offset Ltd (TU), PO Box 82, London E3 3LH.
Return to Contents page:
Return to Socialist Review Index Home page