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Socialist Rewiew 287 Frontpage: Che! From rebel to icon

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jul 04

 

Contents (Socialist Review 287, July / August 2004)

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Editorial: Off to a Flying Start

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jul 04

 

Problems for New Labour in the elections and Iraq.

 

Editorial: More Resistance in the Pipeline

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jul 04

 

Whatever happened to ‘the remnants’? In the early days of Iraq’s occupation, as the neo-cons basked in the glory of their military conquest, ‘remnants’ was one of their favourite ways to disparage the embryonic resistance movement.

 

Christophe Chataigné: Che: From Rebel to Icon

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Christophe Chataigné spoke to author Mike Gonzalez about Che Guevara's life and legacy.

 

Chris Harman: Che: From Rebel to Icon: South America’s New Revolt

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jul 04

 

Che Guevara’s vision of continental revolution is being revived, argues Chris Harman, but political leadership remains essential.

 

Lindsey German: Vote 04: Putting Respect on the Map

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jul 04

 

Mayoral candidate Lindsey German assesses the impact of the vote.

 

Peter Morgan: Vote 04: On Whose Authority?

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jul 04

 

Peter Morgan tries to find out how well the left did in the recent elections

 

Vote 04: Respect Election Results

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jul 04

 

Detailed results from key areas

 

Alex Callinicos: Iraq: End of Empire: Spectre of Defeat

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jul 04

 

Will the Iraqis humble the mighty US empire? Alex Callinicos investigates.

 

Michael Paris: Iraq: A Deadly Action Replay

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Events in Iraq today are familiar, argues Michael Paris, if we look at the country’s past.

 

Mike Davis: Oedipus Bush

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jul 04

 

Thought Ronald Reagan was dead and buried? You ain’t seen nothing yet.

 

Andy Zebrowski: Obituary: Jacek Kuron

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jul 04

 

Andy Zebrowski explores the life and politics of a leading Polish dissident.

 

John P. Johnston: Letters: Shrinking our Pensions to Maximise Their Profits

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jul 04

 

The World Bank is one force behind the attacks on pensions.

 

Sara Tomlinson: Letters: Shrinking our Pensions to Maximise Their Profits 2

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jul 04

 

Public sector pensions are also under attack.

 

Brian Richardson: Arts Review: Left Field Glastonbury

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jul 04

 

Is popular music turning radical? Posing this question is not simply an act of wishful thinking here at Socialist Review. Rather it reflects a genuine debate that is finding an echo in sections of the music press.

 

Pat Stack: Stack on the Back: A Pat on the Back

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A fond farewell from one of your favourite columnists.

 

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