Issue 283 of SOCIALIST REVIEW Published March 2004 Copyright © Socialist Review




    A year to remember
    Lindsey German on the movement haunting our rulers

    Casualties of war
    The costs of occupation analysed by Andrew Stone

    The BBC at war
    Colin Sparks sees the tensions at the heart of the BBC

    Their word is not enough
    MI5 whistleblower David Shaylor on dossiers and deceit

    Class of 1984
    Activists remember the effects of the Great Miners' Strike

    Continental conundrum
    Andy Durgan reports on the balance of forces in Spain

    Dear Michael Rosen...
    Dianne Abbott on race andclasses

    Thinking it through
    Chris Harman asks who won at the WTO summit
    The Walrus
    The threat of publc sector reform explained by the Walrus
    Letter from the US
    Mike Davis exposes California's corrupt prison system
    Stack on the back
    Pat Stack, makes some enquiries about Lord Hutton

    Arts Review
    Theatre, Film, Exhibition, Art, Mike Gonzalez rediscovers Don Quixote, The Quare Fellow, Brancusi, and The Dreamers
    Books Review
    Books reviewed include The Adventure of English, and the Dresden controversy


Socialist Review Issue:283

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