Issue 270 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published January 2003 Copyright © Socialist Review
Don't attack Iraq
Protest spreads worldwide introduced by Lindsey German
Nato's sea of troubles
Dragan Plavsic on the west's imperialist aims
We are all subversives
The Italian movement faces down repression, by Tom Behan
Anger and the anguish
Kevin Ovenden on Germany
Value for money?
Tensions grow between the unions and New Labour, reports Rob Hoveman
The Clash of civilisations
A tribute to Joe Strummer, by John Rees
The rich striking oil
Venezuela protests explained, by Chris Harman
Bloody Streets of New York
Mike Davis on the latest Martin Scorsese film
And justice for all?
Obituary of John Rawls by Alex Callinicos
Union leaders and the rank and file, by Chris Harman
Privatisation and the FBU by the Walrus
Stack on the back
Prospects for 2003, by Pat Stack
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