Issue 202 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published November 1996 Copyright Socialist Review


Notes of the month
Editorial, Belgium, NHS, France, Students


Labour's crisis and the revolutionary alternative
As New Labour continues its relentless move to the right we interview Tony Cliff about the tensions this has caused within the working class, and the opportunities for revolutionaries

A state of war - 1
A state of war - 2
Clare Fermont assesses the prospects for peace in the Middle East, while Sabby Sagall reports following a recent visit to Gaza

Is society becoming more violent?
Maxine Bowler, Phil Turner and Judith Orr look beyond the media hysteria and examine the evidence

Gunpowder, treason and plot
Remember, remember the 5th of November a new book on Guy Fawkes is reviewed by Paul McGarr


Letter from the US
Thinking it through: Afghanistan
Writers reviewed: Walter Mosley
Why I became a socialist: Paul O'Flinn
The big picture: Battle of Algiers
Stack on the back

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