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Front cover of Socialist History, 22

ISBN: 1 85489 150 2 (hb)
ISBN: 1 85489 151 0 (pb)
ISSN: 0969 4331

Issue 22: Contents

Notes on Contributors

Editorial

Irish Labour in a Time of Revolution
John Newsinger

Prisoner Number 3566
An interview with Joseph Leon Glazer
Allison Drew

The Historical Significance of the Russian Revolution
A roundtable discussion
Edward Acton, Monty Johnstone, Boris Kagarlitsky, Francis King and Hillel Ticktin

REVIEWS

Books to be remembered (5)

John Peet, The Long Engagement: Memoirs of a Cold War legend (John Saville)

Richard Sakwa, Postcommunism (Shivdeep Singh Grewal)

M. J. Turner, British Politics in the Age of Reform (John Callow)

Nigel Copsey, Anti-Fascism in Britain; and Dave Renton, Fascism, Anti-Fascism and Britain in the 1940s (Tobias Abse)

Janet Todd, The Secret Life of Aphra Behn (Peter Turner)

David Childs, The Two Red Flags, European social democracy and Soviet communism since 1945 (Richard Cross)

John Newsinger, Orwell's Politics (Rodney Barker)

Susan Weissman, Victor Serge. The course is set on hope (Mike Waite)

Vida Henning, Woman in a Shabby Brown Coat (Laurie Green)

Dian Anhalt, A Gathering of Fugitive. American political expatriates in Mexico 1948-1965 (Steve Parsons)

Griselda Carr, Pit Women. Coal communities in Northern England in the early twentieth century (Meg Allen)

Paul Allender, What's Wrong with Labour? A critical history of the Labour Party in the twentieth century (David Rubenstein)

   
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