Issue 221 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published July 1998 Copyright Socialist Review



The Stephen Lawrence case and racism in Britain
Paul Foot, Gary McFarlane, Donncha Mac Raghnaill and Lindsey German on the Lawrence case, its implications, and racism since the Windrush


Winds of change in Wales
Julian Goss looks at swings to Welsh nationalists in traditional Labour strongholds

World crisis: wars and revolutions
Reports and analysis from crisis ridden countries around the globe

Whose party is it?
Martin Smith interviews Patrick Seyd about Labour Party membership

'If I were an Irishman I would be a rebel'
The United Irishmen's rebellion celebrates its 200th anniversary. Judith Orr records the events which shook the British establishment

The test of time
Tony Cliff demonstrates that his analysis of state capitalism in Russia, first developed in the 1940s, has been proved by events

All work and no play
Children are used as a source of cheap labour in many industries. Michael Lavalette explains why child labour is still with us today


Thinking it through: slump and revolution
Letter from the US: Colombia
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, Nicolai Gentchev, Donncha Mac Raghnaill and Weyman Bennett. Business and reviews Peter Morgan.

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