Issue 281 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published January 2004 Copyright © Socialist Review

Socialist

Review

CONTENTS



FEATURES
    Laying the foundations
    Julie Bundy talks to activists in Harlow building a new left

    A matter of opinion
    Social attitudes are surprisingly progressive, finds Michael Lavalette

    The alternative we need
    Declaration for a new coalition of the left

    Will China beat the US?
    Chris Harman analyses the growth of Chinese capitalism

    Rage of empire
    Acclaimed poet Benjamin Zephaniah speaks to Hassan Mahamdallie

    Underbelly of the beast
    Chanie Rosenberg on poverty in the US


COLUMNS
    The Walrus
    The pros and cons of regional pay explained by the Walrus
    Letter from the US
    Mike Davis finds Howard Dean a false hope
    Stack on the back
    Pat Stack, descibes some films that won't be coming to a multiplex near you

REVIEWS
    Arts Review
    Theatre, Film, Music, Art Mike Gonzalez on Buena Vista Social Club, plus The Last Samurai and radical theatre
    Books Review
    Books reviewed include ...John Le Carré, Deutscher's Trotsky trilogy and Obsolescent Capitalism

    Letters

Socialist Review Issue:nnn

Socialist Review is the monthly magazine of the Socialist Workers Party www. socialistreview.org.uk
ISSN
0141 2442

Editor Lindsey German.
Business and Reviews Sally Campbell and Andrew Stone
Design Christophe Chataigné.
Email sr@swp.org.uk
Phone 020 7538 3308

Subscription: One year Britain £24, Europe £30, elsewhere £36
Printed by Larkham P&P Ltd(TU), PO Box 82, London E3 3LH.

Return to Contents page: Return to Socialist Review Index Home page