Issue 244 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published September 2000 Copyright © Socialist Review
Dysunitednation by Patrick Jones
Julie Waterson on the moral panic over paedophilia
System shakers, system breakers
Anti-capitalism and Prague by Martin Empson
Get the banks off our backs
Argues Mike Haynes
Design and conquer?
A look at the advertising industry by Elane Heffernan
Tested to the limit
Indian anti-nuclear protestor Praful Bidwai speaks out
A workers' voice
Zimbabwean MP Munyaradzi Gwisai interviewed
Sabby Sagall on the music of Johann Bach
Cashing in on pester power
The Harry Potter phenomenon explained by Carmel Brown
Chris Harman on the US elections
Red letter days
The Invergordon Mutiny 15 September 1931
Stack on the back
The silly season turns nasty says Pat Stack
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