Issue 183 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published February 1995
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Notes of the month
Can the right let rip?
Lindsey German and Peter Morgan look at the issues behind Labour's row over Clause Four and ask how far can Blair go?
As a new law on disability goes through parliament, Pat Stack explains why the disabled get such a raw deal
In the balance
The ups and downs of the class struggle analysed by Tony Cliff
Margot Hill tells the story of Britain's bombing of Dresden
Sabby Sagall reports on his trip to Israel as part of a delegation to free the political prisoner Mordechai Vanunu
Not enough Cooks
An assessment of the comedy of Peter Cook by Dave Beecham
Jack Robertson reviews a new book on hanging
Editor Lindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Lee Humber, Pat Stack, Margot Hill, Duncan Blackie, Sabby Sagall, Chris Nineham and Patrick Connellan. Business Peter Morgan and Judith Orr. Reviews Peter Morgan.
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