Issue 251 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published April 2001 Copyright Socialist Review

Socialist

Review

CONTENTS



SPECIAL FEATURES


FEATURES

    Wars without end
    Imperialism and global capitalism by Dragan Plavsic

    Enough to make you sick
    Carlo Morelli looks at the role of giant corporations in the latest food crisis

    Slip sliding away
    Japan's continuing slump analysed by David McNeill

    The people's opera
    Sabby Sagall on the radicalism of Verdi's opera


COLUMNS

    The Walrus
    PostComm Prat, Privatisation of the post office
    Thinking it through
    A year is a long time in the world economy, says Chris Harman
    Stack on the back
    Don't cry for the poor old farmers, says Pat Stack


REVIEWS

    Arts Review
    Theatre, Film, Art including Bertolt Brecht's The Good Woman of Setzuan and Spike Lee's new film Bamboozled
    Books Review
    Books reviewed include ...Tony Cliff's selected works, a defence of John Pilger and Jonathan Coe's new novel

    Letters

Socialist Review Issue:251

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