Issue 249 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published February 2001 Copyright © Socialist Review
News Review Special
Asks is this the beginning of a working class fightback?
Neve Gordon examines the Israeli elections
The growth of the anti-capitalist movement, by Peter Morgan
The bitter pill
The world's poor are worse off after the IMF and World Bank intervene, argues Yuri Prasad
The stuff of nightmares
Dragan Plavsic looks at the horrors of depleted uranium
Passionate about socialism
An obituary of Audrey Farrell by Colin Barker
A strike to the death
Kathy Lowe on the Turkish hunger strike
The red mole of history
How ideas and society change, by Raymond Challinor
Crisis in the car industry
Thinking it through
Chris Harman on the past of Germany's foreign minister
Stack on the back
Pat Stack on the Bulger case
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