Issue 236 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published December 1999 Copyright © Socialist Review
Derry, August 1969
Peter Morgan explains what the fight for London mayor reveals about Labour politics
The Balkan tragedy
Author Misha Glenny talks to Nicolai Gentchev about the region's conflicts
SPECIAL FEATURE: OUR HIDDEN HISTORY
Chris Harman examines the world 1,000 years ago
Hope and horror go hand in hand
Capitalism's promise and betrayal, by Mike Haynes
A thousand years of resistance
Compiled by Dave Beecham
A century of barbarism
Chris Bambery charts 100 years of war
Gareth Jenkins looks at a century of culture
The cost of health, by Sharon Smith
Red letter days
Judy Cox on John Milton
Stack on the back
Pat Stack asks, can Loyalists be socialists?
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