Issue 267 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published October 2002 Copyright © Socialist Review




    War, weapons and Iraq
    Peter Morgan presents a 16-page pull-out dossier refuting the arguments for war

    Arms and the man
    An analysis of the shifting attitudes of the West towards Saddam Hussein: One, Two

    An inspector calls
    Myths about UN inspectors: Three, Four

    Chemical reaction
    The truth about Iraq's weapons: Five

    Sanctioning murder
    A summary of the US oil interests behind the war: Six

    With friends like these...
    The corporate composition of the Bush cabinet: Seven

    Thinking it through
    Chris Harman explains why the Bush gang wants a war
    The Walrus
    Why British Energy is failing to set the markets alight by the Walrus
    Stack on the back
    Pat Stack fails to observe a minute's silence

    Arts Review
    Theatre, Film, Music, Art Mike Gonzalez on Six Feet Under, plus Ken Loach's new film Sweet Sixteen
    Books Review
    Books reviewed include Eric Hobsbawm's autobiography, Howard Zinn's Terrorism and War, and the new Easy Rawlin's novel


Socialist Review Issue:267

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