Issue 237 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published January 2000 Copyright © Socialist Review
Patrick Jones's poem 'Ich Dien'
John Rees looks at the way forward after the anti-capitalist protests
Century of the great hope
Paul Foot examines why the vote has not brought real change
Dreams and disillusion
Caroline Benn talks about the Labour Party past and present
Present tense, future perfect?
Our contributors look to the future of social and cultural change
Chris Harman looks at the economic disaster in eastern Europe
Letter from the US
Sharon Smith reports on the Seattle protests
Red letter days
Bloody Friday in George Square, Glasgow, by Dave Sherry
Stack on the back
Pat Stack asks, who wants to be a Tony Blair?
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