Issue 170 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published December 1993
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Notes of the month
Between recession and revolt
Lee Humber and Gareth Jenkins assess the strength of the recent workers' upsurge across Europe
A battle undermined
How did the Tories get away with closing so many pits? Mike Simons reports
The Frankensein's monster
Ireland's 'troubles' are Britain's creation argues Chris Harman
Some of our Writers pick their favourite reads of 1993
A small step for democracy
Branko Horvat, the founder of an anti-nationalist party in Croatia, talks to us about war and the resistance in former Yugoslavia
All white with Labour
Labour's shameful record on immigration explained by Bob Carter
For land and liberty
Mike Gonzalez on the life and times of Emiliano Zapata
'I must keep fighting'
Paul Robeson--a great performer and a class fighter says Harold Wilson
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.
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