Issue 238 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published February 2000 Copyright © Socialist Review
Discontent with New Labour
Lindsey German examines the crisis that has engulfed the New Labour government
Peadar O'Grady & Jacqui Pointon: 'labour has let us down'
Beccy Reese: Labour's ethical policy
The battles are beginning
Andy Brown reports on recent events in Ecuador
The past in the present
Chilean exile Mario Nain speaks to Beccy Reese on how Pinochet's detention has affected working class politics
The booming US economy may not be as wonderful as some make out, says Chris Harman
New partnerships, old priorities
David McNeill outlines the downside of China's boom
Never forgive, never forget
The Holocaust and its war criminals must not be forgotten, Henry Maitles & John Rose
Welcome to the rip off zone
Gareth Jenkins takes a trip around the dome
Sharon Smith on US society's inequalities
Red letter days
Russia's revolutionary army, by Megan Trudell
Stack on the back
Pat Stack on Labour and drugs
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