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ISBN: 1 85489 160 X (pb)
ISSN: 0969 4331

Issue 27: Contents

Notes on Contributors

Editorial

Communism, Social Democracy and the Democracy Gap
Stefan Berger

Reasons for 'Progressive' Disunity
Labour and Liberal Politics in Britain, 1918-45
Andrew Thorpe

Socialist Intellectual as Social Engineer
Jan Tinbergen's Ideas on Economic Policy and the Optimal Economic Order (1930-60)
Aad Blok

History Without Manifestoes
Donald Sassoon Interview
Willie Thompson

FORUM

New Labour in Perspective
New Labour, Science, and Democracy
Mark Bevir

Margaret Thatcher's Conservative Party - Midwife of the New Labour Project
Robert Taylor

Reviews

Jean-François Fayet, Karl Radek (1885-1939): Biographie politique (Brian Pearce)

Charles Ashleigh, The Rambling Kid: A Novel about the IWW (David Howell)

Francis Wheen, How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered the World: A Short History of Modern Delusions (Willie Thompson)

Beverly J. Silver, Forces of Labor. Workers' Movements and Globalization since 1870 (Steve Ludlam)

Martin van Gelderen and Quentin Skinner (eds), Republicanism. A Shared European Heritage (Steven Fielding)

Steven Fielding, The Labour Governments 1964-1970, vol. 1: Labour and Cultural Change (Julia Speht)

John Keane, Global Civil Society? (Alan Apperley)

Lawrence Black, The Political Culture of the Left in Affluent Britain, 1951-64. Old Labour, New Britain? (Jeremv Nuttall)

Catherine Epstein, The Last Revolutionaries: German Communists and Their Century (Stephen Hopkins)

Matthew Worley (ed.), In Search of Revolution: International Communist Parties in the Third Period (Jean-François Fayet)

   
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