Issue 271 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published February 2003 Copyright © Socialist Review
Don't attack Iraq
Editorial, Anti-war demonstration, Higher education, Tube, Martin's Web, Between the lines
Mike Haynes analyses the systematic roots of war
'A party I am beginning to despise'
Labourt activists speak out to Peter Morgan
Reason to be fearful
Andrew Stone counters the arguments of the hawks
Bush's ultimate Thule?
Mike Davis on Greenland's anti-war movement
Capital and conquest
Chris Bambery takes issue with a rose-tinted history of Empire
Oil and the intifada
This conflict is also about Saudi Arabia, argues Sabby Sagall
Let my brothers go
Three Irish Republicans are framed for 'terrorism', says Johnny Connolly
'Fighting for tomorrow'
George Gomez interviewed by Joseph Choonara
Chris Harman on London's congestion charge
The common demominator in failed services is privatisation says the Walrus
Stack on the back
Songs don't kill people--guns do, writes Pat Stack
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