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When memory yields to pride

John Marciano’s The American War in Vietnam exposes ongoing attempts to rehabilitate a war that did so much to discredit imperialist interventions, finds Kit Klarenberg

  • Written by Kit Klarenberg
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Black Ops Advertising

Black Ops Advertising is a startling and entertaining critique of new forms of advertising, but the solution lies in collective organising, argues Lindy Syson

  • Written by Lindy Syson
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Len, A Lawyer in History

Len, A Lawyer in History is the important story of Leonard Weinglass and other activist lawyers in the US who represented people targeted for their politics, finds Alan Wieder

  • Written by Alan Wieder
  • Category: Book Reviews
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No way to remember anything

An analysis of the 2011 Egyptian revolution reproduces the same mistakes on the left that led to the revolution’s defeat in 2013, argues Kevin Crane

  • Written by Kevin Crane
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Crowds and Party

Jodi Dean in Crowds and Party boldly reasserts the need for socialist organisation, as a necessary antidote to neoliberal individualism, finds Lindsey German

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Book Reviews

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