Issue 229 of SOCIALIST REVIEW
Published April 1999
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Notes of the month
Rosemary Nelson and the rule of law
Eamonn McCann examines the murderous nature of the Northern Ireland state
Who gains from the fall of Red Oskar'?
Lindsey German asks what the future holds for Europe's social democratic parties after Oskar Lafontaine's sudden resignation, and Peter Morgan looks at growing discontent with New Labour in Britain
Power and prejudice
The history of anti-racist and anti-fascist struggle in Britain demonstrates how racism can be effectively challenged, argue Weyman Bennett and Beccy Reese
'The lion of the 17th century'
400 years after Oliver Cromwell's birth Gareth Jenkins describes his role in the English Revolution and Duncan Brown highlights the radical Diggers
Expression of an age
John Molyneux reviews the current Jackson Pollock exhibition
The flowering of the masses
John Parrington marks the 25th anniversary of the Portuguese Revolution
Editor Lindsey German. Assisted by Gareth Jenkins, Dave Beecham, Paul Foot, Clare Fermont, Pat Stack, 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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