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Reviews Date
Courage and caution
Patricia d'Ardenne on different women's voices at the 2011 Reith Lectures
  Nov/Dec 2011
Towards the fragments
David Lister applauds Melissa Benn's response to Gove's attack on the comprehensive system
  Nov/Dec 2011
Scoop: Chartist beats the Guardian
Martin Rowson on a long marriage and lampooning government
  May/Jun 2011
Rise like lions!
Phil Vellender revisits Percy Bysshe Shelley's 'The Mask of Anarchy'
  Jan/Feb 2011
Dull roar
Patrick Mulcahy reviews Four Lions
  May/Jun 2010

A view from the inside
Carole Tongue on Wreckers or Builders?

  Jan/Feb 2010
Media watch
David Floyd on left lifelines
  Mar/Apr 2009
Lives of the rich and famous
Kate Green on the problem of riches
  Nov/Dec 2008
Erosion of human rights
Patricia d'Ardenne on American justice
  Nov/Dec 2008
Scapegoat of the British Left?
Gerard Killoran explains his frustrations with Hobsbawm's latest book
  Jan/Feb 2008
Capitalism's catastrophe
David Floyd talks to Naomi Klein about her new book The Shock Doctrine
  Nov/Dec 2007

What's left
Gerard Killoran chews over Nick Cohen's latest book

  May/Jun 2007
Years of oblivion beckoned
Chris Wearmouth on Nixon/Frost and Bobby
  Mar/Apr 2007
Bill and Tony's Excellent Adventure
David Floyd reads the latest weighty tomes on the Third Way’s prominent evangelists.
  Nov/Dec 2004
Normal history is resumed
Francis Fukuyama reconsiders the end of history thesis reports Frank Lee.
  Sept/Oct 2004
Slough of despond
Pete Smith on the disturbing reality of The Office world.
  Mar/Apr 2004
Patrick Mulcahy reviews the new Oliver Stone biopic of Fidel Castro.
  Sept/Oct 2003
Infuriating and invaluable
Johann Hari reviews John Pilger’s The New Rulers of the World.
  May/June 2003
Politics and the English Language
Noam Chomsky's Pirates and Emperors reviewed by Frank Lee.
  Mar/Apr 2003
Friends and Rivals
Johann Hari on the big hitters of the Labour right torn apart by personal differences.
  Mar/Apr 2003
They're Here! - Invasion of the Bodysnatchers reviewed - Pete Smith
Review of John Gray's A False Dawn: The Delusions of Global Capitalism - Frank Lee    
Pottering around - Pete Smith says Harry Potter can be good for us   Jan/Feb 2002