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Welcome to issue 29 of the International Socialist Review

Issue 29:
May–June 2003

The Occupation
of Iraq



Oppose the U.S. occupation of IraqDon't fall for lesser-evilism


U.S. Navy forced out of Vieques
by Roberto Barreto and Héctor Reyes

The end of Lula's Honeymoon
by Tom Lewis

Britain: Challenges facing the antiwar movement
by Mike Marqusee

Greece: A new generation looks to the left
by Antonis Davanellos

SARS in China: One insult too many?
by David Whitehouse


The occupation of Iraq
by Paul D'Amato

Tribute to Rachel Corrie
by Cindy Corrie

Shiites and the occupation of Iraq
by Lee Sustar

Patriot II: The sequel is worse than the original
by Nicole Colson

The U.S. and the Philippines
by Eduardo R.C. Capulong

The media in a time of war
by Dina Roy

The occupation of Japan
by Ashley Smith

Vietnam: The war the U.S. lost
part one, by Joe Allen

The trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
by Elizabeth Schulte

The Rosenberg case 50 years on
Interview with Robert Meeropol, son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg

REVIEWS: Welfare reform's terrible cost •
Sandinista memoir • Southern scalawags
• Media and war • U.S. vs. Europe? • Arundhati Roy on war
• Class war in the fields

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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