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Issue 27:
January–February 2003

IMPERIALISM: Washington's gamble for a new Middle East



Washington's war on the world
No mandate for Bush's war at home
Affirmative action: We won't go back


Venezuela: Yet another bosses' strike • Another left turn in Latin America • A settlement forced on the union (interview with U.S. dockworkers) • NO to a Europe of War and Capital • Italy: Prelude to a "hot" winter? • Haiti: Class analysis of a crisis


Imperialism: Washington's gamble for a new Middle East
by Phil Gasper

The "secret" war on Iraq
by John Pilger

The U.S. develops new weapons of mass destruction
by Phil Gasper

Two views from Palestine
Eric Ruder interviews Toufic Haddad and Tikva Honig-Parnass

International law: Illusion and Reality
by Bill Keach

Health care's deadly crisis
by Helen Redmond

For a national health system
Interview with Quentin Young

The powerlessness of anti-power
Paul D'Amato reviews John Holloway's Change the world without taking power

The Comintern: Mass parties and the International
last in a three part series by Duncan Hallas

REVIEWS: King George's court historian • Strangling Iraq • War for oil, not liberation • American theory, Nazi practice • History of Argentina • Doing justice to Richard Wright's work

The Revolutionary Ideas of Karl Marx Available from Haymarket Books.

Anarchism and autonomism: Readings from the ISR archive

A critique of insurrectionary anarchism
Geoff Bailey

Comtemporary Anarchism
Eric Kerl

Comtemporary Anarchism: an exchange
Tom Wetzel and Eric Kerl

Problems of autonomism
Claudio Katz

The powerlessness of anti-power: a critique of Change the World Without Taking Power
Paul D'Amato

Emma Goldman: A life of controversy
Lance Selfa

Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War
Geoff Bailey

Anarchists in the Russian Revolution: The Makhno myth
Jason Yanowitz

Empire strikes out: a critique of Hardt and Negri's Empire
Tom Lewis

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