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african in london

An African in Imperial London - book review

Danell Jones’ biography of an African man living in Edwardian London reveals a remarkable life amid the racism and imperialism of the time, finds Jacqueline Mulhallen

  • Written by Jacqueline Mulhallen
  • Category: Book Reviews
The Battle for Paradise cover

The Battle for Paradise - book review

Naomi Klein gives a stirring account of the struggle against disaster capitalism in Puerto Rico after 2017’s Hurricane Maria, finds Ellen Graubart

  • Written by Ellen Graubart
  • Category: Book Reviews
october song

October Song - book review

Paul le Blanc’s history of the Russian Revolution shows that the tragic outcome was not inevitable, and there is much to learn from it, argues Lindsey German

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Book Reviews
amlo mexico

A New Hope for Mexico - book review

AMLO, the new Mexican president, represents a break from neoliberalism, despite the political limitations of his programme, argues Orlando Hill

  • Written by Orlando Hill
  • Category: Book Reviews
two londons

Tales of Two Londons - book review

This collection of writings on London has some striking moments, but is lacking class politics, despite its stated theme, finds Tom Lock Griffiths

  • Written by Tom Griffiths
  • Category: Book Reviews
Trade is War

Trade is war - book review

Trade is War criticises globalisation, but does not distinguish national from class struggle, and fails to understand capitalist imperialism, finds Orlando Hill

  • Written by Orlando Hill
  • Category: Book Reviews

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