How to see without a camera

Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing at The Barbican, London, reviewed by Andy Stowe The clothes and vehicles are a bit different, but in many ways the subjects of Dorothea [...]

2nd July 2018 // 0 Comments

The Young Marx

I was thoroughly enthused and inspired by Raoul Peck’s film The Young Marx, when I watched at the ICA, London recently, writes Derek Wall. However, I appreciate that not [...]

29th May 2018 // 1 Comment

Is Fascism Inevitable?

Phil Hearse reviews Can Democracy Survive Globalised Capitalism? by Robert Kuttner, Norton Publishers, May 2018 Since the global financial crisis in 2007-8, and the [...]

24th May 2018 // 0 Comments

Comedy from the front line

Showtime from the Frontline by Mark Thomas, Faisal Abu Alhayjaa and Alaa Shehada I’m sorry to be writing this review so close to the end of the run of this remarkable show [...]

15th April 2018 // 1 Comment

Championing inclusion

Champions of Equality: Trade Unions and LGBT rights in Britain by Peter Purton, Lawrence and Wishart, 2017. Reviewed by Terry Conway. Peter Purton’s book is a real service [...]

12th March 2018 // 0 Comments

For the Many … Preparing Labour for power

This impressive and varied collection of voices from the left weaves this anthology assembled by Mike Phipps. For the Many …Preparing Labour for power is reviewed by [...]

28th February 2018 // 0 Comments

Inside Trump’s White House

Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff (Henry Holt and Little, Brown, 2018) reviewed by Jo Taku Michael Wolff was able to take a seat inside the White [...]

17th January 2018 // 1 Comment

The Radical Rebirth of Corbynite Politics

Jo Taku reviews the Second Edition of Richard Seymour’s Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics (Verso, 2017). This is a book that had its finger on the pulse in [...]

5th January 2018 // 0 Comments

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