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Soundings - Issue 77 (Spring 2021): History / Memory

‘That rare forum which brings together critical thought and transformative action – always in informed and stimulating ways.’ (Priya Gopal)
In this issue:
Can a re-animated New Deal see off Trump Republicanism? – by Matt Seaton
Is Macron the persuader reaching the end of the road? – by Chris Myant
‘Every generation has to make its own women’s movement’ – by Sheila Rowbotham
The legacies of British slave ownership – by Catherine Hall, Ruth Ramsden-Karelse
Mutualism, massive and the city to come: Jungle Pirate Radio in 1990s London – by Tom Cordell, Malcolm James
The long revolution: why the left needs a strategic and long-term perspective – by Michael Rustin
Arch villains – by Richard Payne
When care needs piracy: the case for disobedience in struggles against imperial property regimes – by Valeria Graziano, Tomislav Medak, Marcell Mar
Small Axe and the big tree of 2020 – by Roshi Naidoo
Reviews – Andrew Gamble

Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart / ISBN: 9781913546151
Author: Soundings
Medium: Magazine


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