Issue 215 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published January 1998 Copyright Socialist Review


Editorial, student fees, Ireland, Diana, devolution


New Labour fraying at the edges
Judith Orr reports on the mood at this year's TUC conference and its implications for the Blair government

Hattersley's heroes
Roy Hattersley has recently been viewed as a left winger in hos opposition to Blair. Lindsey German argues that his new book tells a different story

Where Goldhagen goes wrong
Norman Finkelstein is interviewed about the book Hitler's Willing Executioners

When dreams come true
Megan Trudell on the Russian Revolution's 80th anniversary

One for the road
Seth Harman take a look at the arguments on transport

The lost generation
The life and politics of Che Guevara by Mike Gonzalez

A novel approach
Gaverne Bennett interviews writer Iain Banks, best known for his science fiction


Thinking it through: Cuban missile crisis
Letter from the US: police brutality
Why I becam a socialist: John Brown
The big picture: Danton
Stack on the back

Editor Lindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Pat Stack, Margot Hill, Sabby Sagall, Judith Orr, Peter Morgan, John Parrington, Anna Chen, Nicolai Gentchev. Business Peter Morgan and Judith Orr. Reviews Peter Morgan.

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