Issue 239 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published March 2000 Copyright © Socialist Review
Vienna, 19th February 2000
Eamonn McCann looks at events in Ireland
Rotten to the core
Jim Wolfreys reports on the deepening crisis in France
Class war from above
Is fascism on the rise in Europe? Kevin Ovenden analyses Haider's Freedom Party in Austria
Hitler's willing supporters
Donny Gluckstein argues that appeasement of fascist parties is nothing new
'No rich people on death row'
Rage Against the Machine and Asian Dub Foundation interview by Robyn Mills and Martin Smith
Voice of the voiceless
Alex Callinicos pays tribute to Geoffrey de Ste Croix
Sponsor or be damned
The history of the Royal Court Theatre by Patrick Connellan
A break with tradition Chris Harman
Letter from the US
Sharon Smith on the death penalty
Red letter days
International Women's Day, by Judith Orr
Stack on the back
Pat Stack on Section 28
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