Issue 196 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published April 1996
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Notes of the month
The great train robbery
The Tories' plans for rail privatisation will mean a more dangerous and more expensive system as Sabby Sagall explains
Socialist by design
Chris Nineham looks at the life and politics of William Morris
The intelligence fraud
Attempts to rehabilitate Cyril Burt, who falsified research to prove that intelligence was hereditary, are investigated by John Parrington
Left, right and centre
Paul Brook looks at the prospects for the left in the Italian elections while Miguel Cabrillana and Steve Cedar ask why the left failed in Spain
The market man
Clare Fermont exposes the unacceptable face of New Labour
Highlanders' last fling
Neil Davidson blows away some of the myths about the Battle of Culloden
EditorLindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Lee Humber, Pat Stack, Margot Hill, Sabby Sagall, Chris Nineham, Ian Taylor, Judith Orr, Peter Morgan. Business Peter Morgan and Judith Orr. Reviews Peter Morgan.
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