LookLeft issue 8 in the shops now
Just a heads up that the new issue of LookLeft (#8) is now in the shops (including every Eason’s nationwide). I’ve got three articles in it – one about the Campaign Against Household and Water Taxes and two reviews of Debtocracy and Jewish Identity and Palestinian Rights. Go pick up a copy.
Also, keep an eye out for the upcoming new issue of No Quarter (#6, Anti-Fascist Action’s magazine) in which I will have an article on the ultra-right in Israel.
In this issue of LookLeft
Can trade unions lead a fight back? – Paul Dillon examines the strategic choices which face the trade union movement North and South
LookLeft looks at how class defines health outcomes
Nama plays no constructive economic role so why was it created, asks Conor McCabe
Historian Brain Hanley takes a look at the life of socialist-republican George Gilmore
Donal Fallon and Kevin Brannigan take alook at Ultra football culture
ESB – ‘It’s Your energy…for now”
Slaves and Slavery – William Wall looks at the economics underpinning the Magdalene Laundries
Tom Redmond on Left Unity
Reports from Bodenstown and Peter Daly commemorations
Tomas MacGiolla – An enduring legacy
Fighting austerity in the Banana Republic of Italy – Angela Gissi, an Italian living in Ireland, examine the backgroudn to Italy’s recent general strike
An Uncertain Future – the Arab Spring
A toxic Triangle – Gavan Titley examines the media’s role in the growth of Islamophobia.
Saving the Euro and the cowardice of Social Democracy – Influential Greek economist, Yanis Varoufakis,
Interview with the authors of White Riot and history of Punk
Three pages of news from working class communities and the left
Five pages of reviews
The Jemmy Hope Column
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