Issue 243 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published July/August 2000 Copyright © Socialist Review
Why anti-capitalists should head for Prague
Can we stop global capital?
Are multinationals taking over the world? Peter Morgan looks at the limits to their power
Thinking it through
Chris Harman on anti-capitalist demonstrators
Interview with investigative reporter Greg Palast
Sand in the wheels of speculation
Jim Wolfreys on the Tobin tax
Mark Brown on the anti-gay backlash in the Scottish Section 28 campaign
The car warriors
Ford strikes, by Sabby Sagall
The other Latin America
Mike Davis's new book on Hispanic workers reviewed by Chris Bambery
The Italian general strike 14 July 1948
Stack on the back
Is Pat Stack politically correct?
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