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islamophobia book

What Is Islamophobia? - book review

The contributions in What is Islamophobia? show it as a form of racism driven in the first instance by the state and the war on terror, finds Shabbir Lakha

  • Written by Shabbir Lakha
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Republic of Islamophobia - book review

Republic of Islamophobia effectively analyses the nature and rise of the vindictive Islamophobia that has come to grip French politics and society, finds Susan Ram

  • Written by Susan Ram
  • Category: Book Reviews
revolt on the clyde

Revolt on the Clyde - book review

William Gallacher’s account of the early-twentieth-century socialist movement in Glasgow shows how we can challenge our rulers today, argues Richard Allday

  • Written by Richard Allday
  • Category: Book Reviews
ian angus

A Redder Shade of Green - book review

Ian Angus’ essays range across many issues at the intersection of politics and environmental science, illuminating the meaning of ecosocialism, finds Kevin Crane

  • Written by Kevin Crane
  • Category: Book Reviews
addis book

The Addis Ababa Massacre - book review

The Addis Ababa Massacre reveals a major atrocity committed by Fascist Italy, in which the imperialist calculations of Britain and others are implicated, finds Martin Hall

  • Written by Martin Hall
  • Category: Book Reviews
marx ecology

Marx the ecologist

Some criticise Marx as anti-environmental, but understanding his ecology is essential to grasping his critique of capitalism, finds Elaine Graham-Leigh

  • Written by Elaine Graham-Leigh
  • Category: Book Reviews
corbyn effect

The Corbyn Effect - book review

The Corbyn Effect, a diverse collection of arguments on left politics, is politically uneven but offers many insights into the upheavals in the Labour Party argues Alex Snowdon

  • Written by Alex Snowdon
  • Category: Book Reviews

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