Issue 280 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published December 280 Copyright © Socialist Review
The toppling of George Bush
Martin Smith celebrates the return of unofficial strikes
Hope amid the hostility
Kevin Ovenden assesses the challenges facing anti-racists
Dear Diane Abbott...
Poet Michael Rosen slams New Labour's education agenda
Beyond the crossroads
Paul Foot and Michael Lavalette on left unity
The Bolsheviks' attitude towards Muslims, by Dave Crouch
Paris on my mind
Gill Hubbard reports back from the European Social Forum
They took the high road
Historian Neil Davidson on the Scottish Revolution
All I want for Xmas
Contributors' books of the year
The Walrus on the 'call centre exodus'
Letter from the US
Mike Davis on a covered-up war crime in Vietnam
Thinking it through
Chris Harman relates the history of autonomism
Stack on the back
Pat Stack, There's something of the right about Michael Howard
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