Issue 282 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published February 2004 Copyright © Socialist Review

Socialist

Review

CONTENTS



FEATURES
    The necessity of Respect
    John Molyneux on the role of the new electoral coalition

    The best hated man
    Paul Foot on Karl Marx, scourge of capitalism

    Learning to dream
    Michael Rosen suggests another kind of education is possible

    Freedom music
    Accalaimed jazz musician Denys Baptiste speaks to Martin Smith

    Found in translation
    Anne Ashford reveals the achievments of Arab civilisation

    The meek and the militant
    Clare Fermont charts 200 years of Haitian independance


COLUMNS
    Thinking it through
    Chris Harman on revolutionaries and reformism
    The Walrus
    Walrus explains the scandal of women's pay
    Letter from the US
    Mike Davis on the Great Wall of Capital
    Stack on the back
    Pat Stack asks what Kilroy has ever done for us

REVIEWS
    Arts Review
    Theatre, Film, DVD, Art Ten years of the Zapatistas, His Dark Materials on stage, Dogville and Lost in Translation
    Books Review
    Books reviewed include Mark Haddon's Whitbread winner, Michael Rosen's new collection and Crossroads of Freedom

    Letters

Socialist Review Issue:282

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