Issue 172 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published February 1994
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Notes of the month
The sleaze factor
The political impact of corruption examined by Lindsey German
When protest rises
Daniel Ricca reports on why the uprising in Chiapos took place
Balanced on a knife edge
The Kurdish struggle explained by a Socialist from Turkey
Arthur Scargill on the campaign against pit closures
A shaft of light
We review two new books on the revolutionary tradition
Blackshirts across the border
The story of Scottish fascism by Henry Maitles
A touch of class
John Rose looks at new trends in sociology
Gareth Jenkins on the politics of Middlemarch
Editor Lindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Lee Humber, Judith Orr, Pat Stack, Margot Hill, Duncan Blackie, Sabby Sagall, Chris Nineham and Kate Lord. Business Hazel Croft. Reviews Hazel Croft.
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