Issue 171 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published January 1994
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Notes of the month
What's in store for '94?
We look at the latest Tory attacks and prospects of resistance
Family values: the big lie
Jan Neilson unearths the truth about single parent households and crime
Italy: on the edge of a volcano
Dave Beecham looks at the collapse of Italian politics
Reform of revolution?
Hazel Croft introduces some of Leon Trotsky's writings on Britain
Spanner in the works
Ben Watson pays tribute to rock musician Frank Zappa who died last month
The fight that blasted Heath
Strikes which brought down a Tory government remembered by Dave Sherry
From innocence to experience
E P Thompson's book on the poet William Blake reviewed by Lee Humber
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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