Issue 222 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published August/September 1998 Copyright Socialist Review

Socialist Review Issue:222

CONTENTS

Notes of the month
Editorial, TUC Congress, Labour Party Conference, British Library, Ireland, Kosovo

Features
Licence to kill
Alex Callinicos explains what lies behind the latest military offensive from the US, while Talat Ahmed examines the politics of the Taliban

The recession heads west
With economic turmoil deepening throughout the world, Rob Hoveman takes a look at what lies behind the current crisis

Storms over Scotland
Chris Bambery on the discontent with Labour north of the border

A people's tragedy
On the 25th anniversary of the Chilean coup, Mike Gonzalez recalls the events which shook the world

'Stand up, stand firm and speak out'
Peter Morgan reports on the issue of Stephen Lawrence in Leicester, while Ed Mynott casts a critical eye over Labour's proposals for immigration

Mourning sickness
A new book on the legacy of Princess Diana is reviewed by Pat Smith

Regulars
Thinking it through: The Russian economy
Letter from the US: class struggle
Reviews: Theatre, Film, Books
Letters
Red letter days: Colorado, 17 September 1913
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, Beccy Reese, Peter Morgan, John Parrington, Nicolai Gentchev and Weyman Bennett. Business and reviews Peter Morgan and Beccy Reese.

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SEPTEMBER 1998 SOCIALIST REVIEW

 


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