Living Marxism: List of contents and publications

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Living Marxism was a publication of the Revolutionary Communist Party launched in late 1988. After the dissolution of the party in 1996 it was renamed as LM magazine. It closed following a libel action taken by TV broadcaster ITN in 2000. A core of those associated with the RCP and LM magazine went on to form a wide variety of other organisations which took forward their libertarian and allegedly 'humanist' views in what has been dubbed the LM network.

LM also published a number of pamphlets a continuation of the kind of material regularly put out by the RCP and published by Junius Publications. This page lists all the contents of Living Marxism/LM, pamphlets and books published by LM together with a listing of online commentaries it published between 1995 and 2000.


The logo of LM Magazine after it changed its name from Living Marxism at issue 97 in February 1997.[1]


The RCP suicide note: Living Marxism, The point is to change it, Junius Publications, 1996.


Contents

Pamphlets and Books

The following list includes books published by LM or by the RCP publisher Junius Publications. It also includes books listed on the LM website between 1998 and 2000.[2]

Engels, Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, introduction by Alan Hudson in the online LM bookshop 1995

1991

Andrew Calcutt's 1998 book - advertised on the LM online bookshop.
Tessa Mayes book on the online LM bookshop
Aidan Campbell's 1997 book - advertised for sale in the LM bookshop
Adam Burgess book as advertised in the online LM bookshop.


1994

  • Frank Furedi, The New Ideology of Imperialism: Renewing the Moral Imperative, Pluto Press, 1994
  • Frank Furedi, Colonial Wars and the Politics of Third World Nationalism, IB Tauris, 1994
  • Mark Ryan War and Peace in Ireland London: Pluto Press; 1st Edition edition (27 May 1994) ISBN-10: 0745309240 ISBN-13: 978-0745309248
  • Vladimir Illich Lenin, The State and Revolution. The Marxist Theory of the State and the Tasks of the Proletariat in the Revolution. Introduction by James Heartfield London: Junius Publications Ltd; 1st. edition (1994) ISBN-10: 0948392185 ISBN-13: 978-0948392184
  • Frederick Engels The origin of the family, private property and the state, with a rebuttal of his critics from Karen Guldberg, London: Junius Publications, 1994.

1995

  • John Gillott and Manjit Kumar Science and the Retreat from Reason, London : Merlin Press, 1995. ISBN 0850364515 (hbk.) : 0850364337 (pbk.)
  • Frederick Engels Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, with an introduction by Alan Hudson London: Junius, 1995. . P/b, 8.5" x 5.", 73pp. 'Living Marxism Originals'.

1996

  • V I Lenin, Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism (Living Marxism Originals) (ISBN: 0745310354 / 0-7453-1035-4) Introduction-James Malone; Norman Lewis, London: Junius Publications and Pluto Press, 1996.
  • Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels The Communist Manifesto (Living Marxism Originals), Introduction by Mick Hume London: Pluto Press; New edition (15 May 1996) ISBN-10: 0745310338 ISBN-13: 978-0745310336
  • The Point is to Change It: A Manifesto for a World Fit for People, London: Junius (1996), x-xiii. The RCP dissolution 'manifesto'.
  • Kenan Malik, The Meaning of Race: Race, History and Culture in Western Society (Palgrave / New York University Press, 1996)

1997

1998

Living Marxism/LM

1988

The first edition of Living Marxism, November 1988, edited by Mick Hume.
Living Marxism 1 - November 1988
  • Linda Ryan 'What's the big Idea?', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 3.
  • Editorial 'The Living and the Dead', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 4-5.
  • Frank Richards, 'revolutions don't come from above', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 6-10.
  • Tony Kennedy 'Lawson's luck is running out', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 12-16.
  • Nigel Lewis 'The biggest bat-shoot in history', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 17.
  • Mike Freeman and Gemma Forest 'Old ideas for New times', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 18-23.
  • James Malone 'President of Disneyland', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 24
  • Stephanie Boston 'A new coup behind closed doors?', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 25-28.
  • Alan Harding 'A very British coup', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 29.
  • Mark Reilly 'How the war began', Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 30-34.
  • Joanna Doyle, 'Policing the young' review of Digby Anderson, Full Circle? Bringing Up Children in the Post-Permissive Society, Social Affairs Unit, Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 35.
  • Manjit Singh 'Got the time?', Review of Stephen Hawking, A Brief History of Time, Bantam Press, Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 35.
  • Kenan Malik 'Lifting the siege', 'Book of the Month', Review of Keith Tompson, Under Siege, Penguin, Living Marxism, November 1988, No. 1, p. 36.
Living Marxism 2 - December 1988
Living Marxism Issue no 2 December 1988
  • Mike Freeman, 'Whose Freedom: Individual Rights and Class Politics', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 7.
  • 'Architecture: Behind the Prince Charles controversy' Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 13.
  • Frank Richards, 'Escaping the bloody trap: Zionism and Anti Semitism', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 14.
  • 'Then and now: December 1978 the "winter of discontent"'Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 18.
  • Joan Phillips, 'The secret of Thatcher's success', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 19.
  • 'How the racists won the US election' Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 25.
  • James Malone, 'Bush era begins', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 26.
  • 'News of the world: Israel shifts right (again)', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 30.
  • 'The Acid House and Ecstasy hype', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 31.
  • Reviews: 'Tony Benn's diaries', 'Ireland 20 years on', 'Eisenstein', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 32.
  • 'Introducing the right to silence the opposition', Living Marxism, No. 2 - December 1988, p. 36.

1989

Living Marxism 3 - January 1989
Cover of Living Marxism No. 3 January 1989.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Our lives on the line', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 3.
  • Mick Hume, 'Do we need a new constitution?', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 4-5.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Off with the Old', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 7-9.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Kenan Malik '"Nigger-hunting" in Liverpool 8', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 11.
  • Toby Banks, 'The rise of Political Policing', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 12-17.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'The Kremlin quakes', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 18-19.
  • Jon Hann and Joe Hall 'Union-Busting, British style', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 20-25.
  • Mick Hume 'Gerry Adams interview', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 26-30.
  • Don Milligan, 'Men's Magazines', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 31.
  • Frank Richards, 'Death-Squad Economics', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 32-35.
  • Lesley Banham, 'Then and Now: Britain on the brink of revolution', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 37.
  • Gemma Forest, 'Designer Capitalism', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 38-42.
  • 'Reviews', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 43.
    • Fenna King, 'Ho low can you get?' Gunter Walraff, Lowest of the Low, Methuen, Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 43.
    • John Fitzpatrick '"Never to be released" Grant McKee and Ros Franey, Time bomb: Irish bombers, English justice and the Guildford Four', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 43-4.
    • Mick Kennedy 'SAS Fanzine: James Adams, Robin Morgan and Anthony Bambridge, Ambush: The War between the SAS and the IRA, Pan books', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 44.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 45.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'Perils of Privatisation: Where's Sid now?', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 48.
Living Marxism 4 - February 1989
Cover of Living Marxism No. 4 February 1989.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Silent voices: The omerta factor', Living Marxism - No. 4 - February 1989, p. 3.
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Twenty things they don't won't you to know about the Libyan chemical weapons scare', Living Marxism - No. 4 - February 1989, p. 4.
  • Mark Butler, 'Sackings in the City', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 7.
  • Phil Murphy, 'Bernadette McAliskey Interview', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 8-11.
  • Stefanie Boston, 'Spanish general strike', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 12.
  • Keith Tompson, 'Kent miners' last stand?', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 16.
  • Frank Richards, 'Can capitalism go Green?', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 18.
  • Sabena Norton, 'Petra Kelly', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 24.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 29.
  • Nigel Lewis, 'Red, white and Green', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 30.
  • John Gibson, 'No nukes here?', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 35.

'Living':

  • Toby Banks, 'When Saturday Comes', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 40.
  • Alan Harding, 'The hooliganism hoo-ha', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 41.
  • Don Milligan, 'The gay scene today', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 43.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Tabloid TV', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 44.
  • Sheona York, 'King of Italy', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 45.
  • 'Letters, Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 47.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'Lawson's rise and fall', Living Marxism, No. 4 - February 1989, p. 48.
Living Marxism 5 - March 1989
Living Marxism No. 5, March 1989
  • Kenan Malik, 'How a car-park became four hospitals', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 3.
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The one-party state', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 4.
  • Sara Llewelyn, 'Down in the valley', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 6.
  • Penny Robson, 'The killing of Marie Kane', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 8.
  • Keith Tompson, 'Photofit-up', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 11.
  • Christina Braun, 'What's gone wrong with the German Greens?', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 12.
  • Anne Burton, 'Safe sex and abortion booms', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 15.
  • Frank Richards, 'The dictator in Downing Street', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 18.
  • 'Whither Scotland', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 24.
  • Alan Harding, 'Long to reign over us?', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 29.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Pact, PR or bill of rights?', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 30.
  • Rob Knight, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 35.
  • John Gibson, 'An ozone-free zone?', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 36.

'Living':

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Jam today', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 40.
  • Toby Banks, 'The Falklands Factor', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 41.
  • Francis Walsh, 'How to make a Hollywood blockbuster', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 42.
  • Pat Ford, 'That Petrol Emotion', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 43.
  • Don Milligan, 'Rent boys: victims or villains?', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 44.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 5 - March 1989, p. 46.
Living Marxism 6 - April 1989
Living Marxism No. 6, April 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Defend the right to be offensive', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 4.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Living dangerously', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 6.
  • Anne Burton, 'Ten years beyond the fragments', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 8.
  • Anne Burton, 'Spare rib', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 12.
  • Keith Tompson, 'Rough justice', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 13.
  • Alan Harding, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 14.
  • Frank Richards, 'Origins of the Third World War', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 16.
  • Gemma Forest, 'The making of Star Wars', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 21.
  • Toby Banks, 'Desertion and mutiny in the British army', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 24.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Japan rewrites its history', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 27.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'Britain's little Empire', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 30.
  • John Gibson, 'The war economy', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 32.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'National security', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 34.
  • Russell Osbourne, 'Nambia: free at last?', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 35.
  • Mike Neary, 'American kitsch comes to Britain', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 37.

'Living':,

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'CLR James', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 38.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'A pen against oppression', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 40.
  • Nick King, 'TV thought police', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 42.
  • Pat Ford, 'Another Easterhouse rising', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 43.
  • Bartholomew Walsh, 'Art and anatomy', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 44.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 45.
Living Marxism 7 - May 1989
Living Marxism No. 7, May 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Gorbachev should get a job on the Sunday Telegraph', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 4.
  • Joyce Hennessy, 'Scaring women to death', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 6.
  • Keith Tompson, 'Market town militarism', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 9.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Designer terrorism', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 10.
  • Keith Tompson, 'Death under the rock', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 12.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'Cowboy capitalism', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 14.
  • Kerry Dean, 'Lethal environment', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 16.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'The small publican's party', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 17.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 18.
  • Rob Knight, 'Man of the people?', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 20.
  • Don Milligan, 'The unsexy state', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 21.
  • Derek Owen, 'Jim Sillars: old habits die hard', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 22.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Sleeping demons' awake', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 24.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Fertile ground for fascism', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 28.
  • Alan Harding, 'There'll always be an England', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 33.
  • Suke Karey, 'Who let in Le Pen?', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 34.
  • Kirk Williams, 'NF - No future', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 37.
  • Fenna King, 'Green Nazis?', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 39.

'Living':

  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 7 - May 1989, p. 46.
Living Marxism 8 - June 1989
Living Marxism No. 8, June 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: We are talking terror', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 4.

'After Hillsborough':

  • 'The poll', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 6.
  • Mick Hume, 'The politics', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 8.
  • 'Speaking up for supporters', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 10.
  • Keith Tompson, 'The away fan's tale', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 11.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'The advertising banks', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 12.
  • Don Milligan, 'Winston Silcott for president', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 13.
  • Derek Owen, 'Has Glasgow gone yuppie?', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 14.
  • Kerry Dean, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 16.

'Gorbymania':

  • Frank Richards, 'The myths behind Gorbymania', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 18.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Get back to Russia', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 24.
  • Adam Eastman, 'Peace at what price?', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 28.
  • James Malone, 'Why Washington needs the Red Menace', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 29.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'Soviet disunion', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 30.
  • Ragne Miles, 'Gorbachev's Victorian values', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 33.
  • Rob Knight, 'Pamyat: unpleasant memory', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 34.
  • Joan Phillips, 'The Thatcher/Churchill fan club', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 35.
  • Russell Osborne, 'Solidarity or sell out?', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 36.

'Living':

  • Emmanuel Oliver, 'I'd lke to teach the world to sing', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 38.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Cultural materialism', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 40.
  • Francis Walsh, 'One good thing about glasnost', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 42.
  • Kenan Malik, Kunle Oluremi and Barry Crawford, 'Books', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 44.
  • Toby Banks, 'Confessions of 500 police officers', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 45.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 8 - June 1989, p. 46.
Living Marxism 9 - July 1989
Living Marxism No. 9, July 1989

'In defence of revolution':

  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: China - an advert for revolution', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 4.
  • Frank Richards, 'Vive le revolution', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 6.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Chinese whispers', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 9.
  • Graham Bishop, 'A load of Rottweilers', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 10.
  • Don Milligan, 'Maid in Britain', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 11.
  • Keith Tompson, 'Official: Being Irish is a crime', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 12.
  • Lesley Banham, 'Preparing for Power', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 13.
  • Helen Simons, 'Thou shalt commit adulteration', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 14.
  • Gemma Forest and Manjit Singh, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 16.

'Women's trouble':

  • Anne Burton, 'The New Woman - an old wives' tale?', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 18.
  • Anne Burton, 'A woman's work: never done', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 23.
  • 'Survey: desires within young women', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 24.
  • Fiona Foster, 'Guess who's left holding baby?', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 28.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Tories to back Spuc', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 30.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Equal Pay Act on trial', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 31.
  • Daniel Nassim, Mary McCaughey and Mandana Hashemi, 'Women of the world', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 32.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Linda Bellos - loony no longer?', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 35.

'Living':

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'As not sen on TV', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 38.
  • Pat Ford, 'Married to the Mob', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 39.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Professional scousers are the worst writers', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 40.
  • Toby Banks, 'Lenin-the-video', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 41.
  • Mark Thomas, 'Ghosts in the machine', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 42.
  • Jane Wilde, 'McCarthy', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 42.
  • Sara Hardy, 'Motherhood is powerful', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 43.
  • Andy Clarkson, Ragne Miles and Eddie Veale, 'Books', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 44-45.

'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 46.

Living Marxism 10 - August 1989
Cover of Living Marxism No. 10 August 1989.

'Special Ireland Issue':

  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The people who applaud the IRA', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 4.
  • Pat Roberts, 'The politics of protest', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 6.
  • Don Milligan, 'Kate Adie: symbol of civilisation?', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 9.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Why Ireland matters', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 10.
  • Phil Murphy, 'Why the troops went in', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 14.
  • Phil Murphy, 'View from the barricades', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 18.
  • Sean Thomas, 'Al Capone for premier', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 23.
  • 'Inside the IRA - two volunteers from the IRA explain why they're at war with Britain', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 24.
  • Denis Ryan, 'A problem of guts?', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 29.
  • Fiona Foster, 'Out of the frying pan', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 32.
  • Charles Longford, 'When Karl Marx marched for Irish freedom', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 35.
  • Frank Richards, 'Revolution in the future', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 36.

'Living':

  • Bernadette Walsh, 'Women at war', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 40.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Can anyone make sense of him?', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 42.
  • Gemma Forest, 'Post-glasnost le Carre', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 44.
  • Sara Hardy, 'Will you still love me tomorrow?', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 45.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 10 - August 1989, p. 46.
Living Marxism 11 - September 1989
Living Marxism No. 11 September 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Who won?', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 4.
  • Frank Richards, 'The past holds no answer', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 6.
  • Kenan Malik, 'The making of Eastenders', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 8.
  • Manjit Singh, 'Storm in a test-tube', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 11.
  • Don Milligan, 'Not-so-soft shoe shuffle', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 13.
  • Dave Lamb, 'Undermining perestroika', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 14.
  • Gemma Forest, 'Somebody is going to get hurt', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 16.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'The price of life', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 17.
  • Alan Harding, 'A war to re-divide the world', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 18.
  • Toby Banks, 'One big, thumping lie', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 24.
  • Paul Flewers, 'How the left did Churchill's dirty work', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 29.
  • Ann Bradley, 'What did you do in the war, mummy?', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 32.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Not the woman she was', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 34.
  • Jon Hann, 'The alternative Tory party', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 37.

Living:

  • Jon Fitzpatrick, 'Battle of Britain', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 38.
  • Eddie Veale, 'Britain is a dump', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 40.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Control experiment', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 40.
  • Kenan Malik, 'The white man's burden', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 41.
  • Anne Burton, 'Memoirs are for the retired', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 42.
  • Sara Hardy, 'A shoulder to dry on', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 43.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Hackney meets Hollywood', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 45.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 11 - September 1989, p. 46.
Living Marxism 12 - October 1989
Living Marxism no 12 October 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: 'Free us from the Free World', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 4.
  • Kenan Malik, 'We're black and British and that's bloody hard', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 6.
  • Russell Osbourne and Julian Laslo, 'Will Poles pay Walesa's price?', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 8.
  • Laszlo Kelemen, 'Budapest is a deutschmarket', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 12.
  • Mark Wilder, 'Dinner with Gaspar', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 13.
  • Don Milligan, 'History is not bunk', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 15.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Playing God or helping humanity', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 16.
  • Frank Richards, 'Red and Green don't go', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 20.
  • Stefanie Boston, 'Bush is not after the narcos', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 24.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Killed by the good life', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 25.
  • Christine Kelly, 'Thatcher's children', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 26.
  • 'The new militants', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 32.
  • Gemma Forest, 'Then and now: Wall Street - the crash of October 1929', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 37.
  • Tony Kennedy and Jon Fryer, 'How to make money', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 38.

'Living':

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'The importance of being Irish', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 40.
  • James Heartfield, 'Bash Street Kids Rool', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 42.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Communards', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 44.
  • 'Behind the Mask', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 45.
  • Kevin Young, 'Puppy love and pet hate', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 46.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Selling the future short', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 47.
  • Derek Owen, 'Rangers cannae sign a Catholic', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 48.
  • 'Books', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 49.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 50.
Living Marxism 13 - November 1989
Living Marxism No. 13 November 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Socialist - the new all purpose insult', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 4.
  • Ann Bradley, 'The abortion pill they want to ban', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 6.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'An Englishman's home is his headache' Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 9.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'The Krays', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 10.
  • Linda Ryan, 'The moors murderers', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 13.
  • Bob Hughes, 'The Shankill Butchers', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 14.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Death on the dole', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 16.
  • Rob Knight, 'What's left in the Soviet Union', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 18.
  • Don Milligan, Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 21.
  • 'On the game', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 22.
  • Frank Richards, 'History hasn't even begun', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 26.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Is there a moral majority?', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 30.
  • Keith Tompson, 'The year of the racist attack', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 34.
  • 'Australia's secret coup', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 36.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 40.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Are Jim and Eric relics', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 41.
  • 'Living', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 42-29.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 50.
Living Marxism 14 - December 1989
Living Marxism no 12 October 1989
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: the end of the decayed', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 4.
  • 'What they said in '89', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 8.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Balcombe Street timebomb', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 10.
  • Sara Llewellyn, 'The Cheltenham Five', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 14.
  • Don Milligan, 'Burying Lenin', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 15.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Jesus Christ: the man, the myth', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 16.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Goodwill to all?', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 21.
  • Mark Reilly, 'The ghosts of Christmas past', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 22.
  • 'The British and God', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 24.
  • Frank Richards, 'The West will Miss the Berlin Wall', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 26.
  • Lindsay Daniels, 'By order of The Management', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 32.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'The other refugees', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 33.
  • John Gibson and Manjit Singh, 'Silence of Despair', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 34.
  • Sue Nicholls, 'Then and now: December 1979 - the Soviets invade Afghanistan', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 37.
  • Jon Fryer, 'ERM... yes and no', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 38.
  • 'Segregation in school playgrounds', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 40.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Segregation in British society', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 41.

'Living':

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Laugh? I nearly died!', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 42.
  • Pat Ford, 'Freedom of speech bubbles', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Here come the sound bites', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 45.
  • Toby Banks and Sean Thomas, 'Snobbery with violence', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 46.
  • Joe Boatman and Pandora Anderson, 'Prints in emperor's clothes', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 47.
  • 'A little light reading', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 48.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 14 - December 1989, p. 50.

1990

Living Marxism 15 - January 1990
Living Marxism No. 15 January 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Confessions of a communist', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 4.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Whose war crimes?', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 8.
  • 'Don't Panic!', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 9.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Acid house parties', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 10.
  • Linda Ryan, Dr Michael Fitzpatrick and Don Milligan, 'Aids', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 14.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'International terrorism', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 20.
  • Don Milligan, 'Kraut-bashing makes a comeback', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 25.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'More CND, vicar?', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 32.
  • Toby Banks, 'Royal family fortunes', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 34.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 36.

'Living':

  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Clark contrast', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 38.
  • Andrew Calcutt, Manjit Singh and Alka Singh, 'Monster hits', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 40.
  • Mark Reilly, 'Ireland's identity crisis', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 44-45.
  • Alex Kershaw, 'Kick-and-tell' Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 46.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'The Blankety-Blank Generation Game', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 47.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Theatre of complexity', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 48.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 50.
Living Marxism 16 - February 1990
Living Marxism No. 16 February 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Making a revolution', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 4.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'When Dracula dined with the Queen', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 8.
  • Don Milligan, 'Gilt complex', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 11.
  • Stefanie Boston, 'When Bush 'ran' Agent Noriega', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 12.
  • Joan Phillips, 'The nicer nineties?', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 15.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Where is Britain going?', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 16.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'A problem shared', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 22.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Tale of two cities', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 24.
  • Frank Furedi, 'The corpse of communism', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 26.
  • Adam Eastman, 'Soviet soap opera', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 34.
  • Ann Bradley, 'The year of the embryo?', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 35.
  • Kirk Williams, 'Death row in Brixton jail', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 38.

'Living':

  • Joe Boatman, 'Confessions of a housewife', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 40.
  • Tessa Myer, 'The If man', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 42.
  • Kirk Williams, 'This is heavy metal', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 44.
  • Derek Owen, 'Glasgow: City of Culture?', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 46.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Thunderbirds are a-go-go', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 47.
  • Don Milligan, Adam Curtis and Alan Harding, 'Books', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 48-49.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 50.
Living Marxism 17 - March 1990
Living Marxism No. 17 March 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: How can you call yourself a Marxist?', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 4.
  • Joe Boatman, Alex Campbell and Chris Allen, 'Irish are still in the frame', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 8-11.
  • Russell Osbourne, 'The Mandela myth', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 12.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Jane Wilde, 'Taxi drivers on mean streets', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 14.
  • Sara Hardy, 'Nothing Nazi about it', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 17.
  • Don Milligan, 'Judging gays', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 18.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'Inflated opinions', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 20.
  • Liz Bradshaw, 'A rise, Sir Ralph?', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 22.
  • Frank Richards, 'Who rules behind the wall?', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 24.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'The German question: an answer', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 30.
  • Helen Simons, 'Deutschmark uber alles?', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 32.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Where Ossie met Wessie', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 35.
  • Rob Knight, 'Is Gorbachev going?', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 36.

'Living':

  • Joe Boatman and John Fitzpatrick, 'Hollywood vets Vietnam', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 38.
  • Pat Ford, 'Not so sunny bunny, Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 39.
  • Toby Banks, 'Viddy well, little brothers', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 40.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Guilty looks', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 41.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'New Realism and novel realities', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 42.
  • John Gibson, 'Eco-doom day book', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 44.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 46.
Living Marxism 18 - April 1990
Cover of Living Marxism No. 18 April 1990.
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 4.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Noam Chomsky: The real Cold War's not over', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 6.
  • Stephanie Boston, 'A gift from Gorbachev', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 10.
  • Revolutionary Communist Party, 'No time for euphoria', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 12.
  • Don Milligan, 'Browne Sugar', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 15.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Marxism Lives', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 16.
  • Leon Trotsky, reprint of 'Stalinism and Bolshevism', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 23.
  • Alan Harding, 'Gizza job!', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 31.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Has socialism failed?', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 32.
  • Gemma Forest, 'Tony Benn: Still taking it from the top?', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 36.
  • Lynn Rawley, 'Then and now: April 1975 - Pol Pot comes to power', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 39.

Living, p. 40-48:

  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Dirty Don Giovanni', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 40.
  • Joe Boatman, 'The Scrooge of Flint', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 41.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Brookside against infantile disorders', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 43.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Hard times on the high street', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 44.
  • Nick Johnson, 'King of the ring', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 45.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Get a ticket', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 46.
  • Joe Curran, 'Live and kickin'?', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 47.
  • 'Books', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 48.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 50.
Living Marxism 19 - May 1990
Cover of Living Marxism No. 19 May 1990.
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The riots - left and right unite and fight', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 4.
  • Fiona Foster and Joe Watson, 'Who says South Armagh is British?', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 8.
  • Don Milligan, 'The Nazis next door', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 11.
  • Joan Phillips, 'A British Marxist in Eastern Europe', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 12.
  • Alan Harding, 'Eastern Europe: no second spring', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 20.
  • Rob Knight, 'Capitalists in the Kremlin?', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 23.
  • Frank Richards and Barry Crawford, 'South Africa: why a two-stage revolution won't work', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 28.
  • Charles Longford, 'Apartheid's homelands are burning', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 33.
  • Ann Bradley, 'When does life begin?', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 34.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Simon Norfolk, 'Making a living in the past', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 38.

'Living':

  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 50.
Living Marxism 20 - June 1990
Living Marxism No. 20 June 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: There is no future in the Union Jack', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 4.
  • Adam Sampson, 'The personal column', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 8.
  • Alan Harding, 'World cup war', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 10.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Who needs the embryo bill?', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 14.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Romania: what revolution?', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 18.
  • Don Milligan, 'Save us from Mother Teresa', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 25.
  • Frank Furedi, 'Towards a new world order', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 26.
  • Helen Simons, 'Globalisation? - It's not the same the whole world over', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 32.
  • Adam Eastman, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 37.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Last post for NATO?', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 38.

'Living':

  • Andrew Calcutt, 'The Ealing cottage murders', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 40.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Not cricket', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 41.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Fool's Gold', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 42.
  • Joe Boatman, 'Look who's not talking', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 43.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Red stars', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Hero Nerds', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 45.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 50.
Living Marxism 21 - July 1990
Cover of Living Marxism No. 21 July 1990.
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The New Enlightenment starts here', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 7.
  • Louise Cohen, 'The Personal Column', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 8.
  • Russell Osborne and Julian Laslo, 'What price Poland?', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 10.
  • Stefanie Boston and Joan Phillips, 'Ciao, immigrante?', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 14.
  • Phil Murphy, 'The invisible economy', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 20.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Police and press run riot', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 24.
  • Frank Furedi, 'Out of the dark, into the light', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 26.
  • John Gibson and Manjit Singh, 'Let's conquer tomorrow's world', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 32.
  • Don Milligan, 'Bovine spongiform on the brain', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 37.
  • Charles Longford, 'South Africa: the great non-debate', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 38.
  • Alan Harding, 'Then and now: King Billy wasn't a Paisleyite', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 41.

'Living':

  • Emmanuel Oliver, 'Rap against racism', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 42.
  • Pat Ford, 'Pure Genius', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 43.
  • Jon E Lewis, 'Political pulp writer', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'A nation united behind the living room curtains', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 45.


Living Marxism 22 - August 1990
Living Marxism No. 22 August 1990

'Special Ireland Issue':

  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Two-party politics in a one-party state', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 7.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Contraception - why women are still doing it for themselves', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 9.
  • Linda Ryan, 'IRA bombs in Britain: who's to blame?', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 10.
  • Phil Murphy, 'Does Britain still dominate the South?', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 14.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Running on empty', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 18.
  • Stefanie Boston and Joan Phillips, 'Euroracism: the FN connection', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 20.
  • Paula Roberts, 'The Personal Column', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 25.
  • Frank Richards, 'Leon Trotsky: a magnificent failure', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 26.
  • Russell Osborne and Julian Laslo, 'Solidarnosc no longer', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 32.
  • Andrew Calcutt, '1956 and all that', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 35.
  • Mick Hume, 'Why the poll tax is not a class issue', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 36.
  • Don Milligan, 'The snobs and the mobs', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 39.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Paul Hill: life after Guildford', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 40.

'Living':

  • Joe Boatman, 'Summer of war', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 42.
  • Alan Harding, 'What we do on our hols', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 43.
  • Gareth Rhys, 'Pioneer of modernism', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Living TV: Fat Harold, thirtysomething and the freedom of the airwaves', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 45.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Irish Books, Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 47-50.
Living Marxism 23 – September 1990
Living Marxism No. 23 September 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Hands off the Gulf', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 8.
  • Jill Gordon, 'Then and now', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 10.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Who's afraid of the mad axemen?', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 12.
  • Joe Watson, 'The Personal Column', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 13.
  • Charles Longford, 'Beware of imperialist plots', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 14.
  • Rob Knight, 'Taking the slow road to market', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 18.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'What went wrong in Liverpool', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 22.
  • Frank Furedi, 'Britain's national identity crisis', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 27.
  • Helen Simons, 'A Great Britain or a Good European?', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 32.
  • Thomas Fischer and John Gibson, 'A new Germany in the making', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 36.
  • Don Milligan, 'Queen Mummery', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 39.

'Living':

  • Robert Charles, 'The Prince's new clothes?', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 40.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Love and Revolution', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 42.
  • Joe Boatman, 'Tales of the unexpected', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 42.
  • Nat Edwards, 'Agitpot', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 43.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Paddy Haycocks: the uncut version', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 44.
Living Marxism 24 - October 1990
Living Marxism No. 24 October 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Imperialism is alive - and kicking', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 8.
  • Mick Hume, 'Ten things you should know about the Gulf crisis', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 10.
  • Frank Furedi, 'So much for the peace dividend', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 14.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'How Britain created the Gulf crisis', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 20.
  • Charles Longford, 'What the Western powers taught Saddam', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 22.
  • Jill Gordon, 'Then and now: Appeasement and war', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 25.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Fragile states', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 26.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Kuwaitis in Britain', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 29.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'Fuelling prejudice', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 30.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Alex Campbell, 'Danger and death on another oilfield', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 33.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Where's the Guinness', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 34.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Where's the opposition?', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 35.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Divorced from reality', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 37.
  • Kerry Dean, 'Rise and shine, sisters', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 38.
  • Don Milligan, 'Washing dossers down the drain', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 39.

'Living':

  • Mike Fitzpatrick, 'Mike Leigh interview: Real lives', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 40.
  • Joe Boatman, 'Fear is the future', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 42.
  • Toby Banks, 'The New Man', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 43.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Dramadocs', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 44.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 45-50.
Living Marxism 25 - November 1990
Living Marxism No. 25 November 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The New Age of Imperialism', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 8.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'When Britain planned to colonise Kuwait', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 10.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'How Britain Built Kuwait', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 12.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Why they hate the West', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 14.
  • Jill Gordon, 'Then and now: November 1920', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 17.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Gulf crisis provokes racism', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 18.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'British bulldogs and lamb wars', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 20.
  • Charles Longford, 'Civil war in South Africa?', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 22.
  • 'Recession exposes the enterprise culture', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 26.
  • Jonathan Fryer, 'The unfree market', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 28.
  • Helen Simons, 'Exploitation', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 31.
  • Phil Murphy, 'They're banking on us', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 32.
  • Craig Barton, 'How to look like a billion dollars', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 35.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Satan never ate my baby', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 37.
  • 'The personal column', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 38.
  • Don Milligan, 'Irresponsible citizens', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 39.

'Living':

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Richard Ingram interview: Eye-opener', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 40.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Religious broadcasting', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 42.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Denis Leary', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 43.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 25 - November 1990, p. 45.
Living Marxism 26 - December 1990
Living Marxism No. 26 December 1990
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Europe is only the tip of the Tories' iceberg', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 4.
  • 'Who rules?', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 7.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 8.
  • Compiled by Andrew Calcutt, 'What they said in 1990', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 10.
  • Sara Hardy, 'Single mothers and absent fathers', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 12.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Born-again charlatans', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 15.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Drawing lines in the sand', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 16.
  • Christine Kelly, 'All change in the Middle East', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 20.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Winter comes to Eastern Europe', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 22.
  • 'The great euro-debate', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 26.
  • Helen Simons, 'Why British business can't beat Europe', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 27.
  • Phil Murphy, 'What's so special about the pound?', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 30.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'The City: forever blowing bubbly', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 33.
  • Frank Richards (1990) 'Midnight in the Century', Living Marxism, No. 26, December 1990, pp. 34-8.
  • Don Milligan, 'Losing by default', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 39.
  • Joe Boatman, 'Steve Barron interview: Turtle power', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 40.
  • Gemma Forest, Living for the city', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 41.
  • James Heartfield, 'Patrick Hughes interview: Putting the infinite in perspective', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 42.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'James Elroy: Sex, violence and violent sex', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Bringing out the animal in you', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 45.
  • 'Boxing day books', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 47.

1991

Living Marxism 27 - January 1991
Living Marxism No. 27 January 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: No more Mr Nice Guy', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 6.
  • Linda Ryan, 'A thin gloss of greatness', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 8.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Tories first, woman last', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 11.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Capitalism can't be classness', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 12.
  • Phil Murphy, 'No major miracles', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 14.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Animal magic', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 17.
  • Andrew Calcutt and John Fitzpatrick, 'Innocent until proven Irish', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 18-21.
  • Helen Simons, 'EMU lives?', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 22.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Peace dividend is no defence', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 25.
  • 'The Gulf crisis: the West has already declared war', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 26.
  • Frank Furedi, 'The end of the world order is nigh', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 28.
  • James Malone, 'Turn of the American century', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 33.
  • Rob Knight, 'Can the capitalists save the Soviet Union?', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 36.
  • Jill Gordon, 'Then and now: January 1901 - death of the Queen', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 38.
  • Don Milligan, 'Sour grapes', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 39.

'Living':

  • Alan Harding, 'The spy novel comes in from the cold', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 40.
  • Toby Banks, 'Still Deadheads after all these years', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 42.
  • Helen West, 'Egon Schiele: Filth is in the eye of the beholder', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 43.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'When Gazza wept and Thatcher fell', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 44.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 27 - January 1991, p. 45.
Living Marxism 28 - February 1991
Living Marxism No. 28 February 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: For what?', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 4.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Anti-war? Not good enough', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 8.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'An A-Z of the triumph of capitalism', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 12.
  • Don Milligan, 'The Torture Vice Gang trial', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 16.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Sonia Sutcliffe: a set-up', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 16.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'That nice Mr Major declares war', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 18.
  • Helen Simons, 'Redundant arguments', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 20.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Liam Harris, 'Corby: from bust to boom and back again', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 22.
  • Frank Furedi, 'Britain's national identity crisis', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 24.
  • Alan Harding, 'Marketing the monarchy', *Frank Furedi, 'Britain's national identity crisis', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 30.
  • Fiona Foster, 'A murder is not announced', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 32-34.

'Living':

  • Joe Boatman, 'Ken Loach interview: hidden agenda', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 36.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Censorship on 4', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 38.
  • Toby Banks, 'All for a good cause?', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 39.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'And Tarzan's desert adventure...?', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 41.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 28 - February 1991, p. 43.
Living Marxism 29 - March 1991
Living Marxism No. 29 March 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: How the West has lost', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 6.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Women in the Mother of battles', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 9.
  • 'What's so special about Saddam?', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 10.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'An alliance of tyrants', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 11.
  • John Pilger, 'Censorship by omission', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 15.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Why is Britain so pro-war?', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 16.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Noam Chomsky interview: Now the lid is off for the free use of force', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 20.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Israel: still the chosen one?', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 24.
  • Mike Freeman, 'CND's alternative imperialism', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 26.
  • Jill Gordon, 'Then and now: War against war', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 31.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Operation racism', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 32.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Bradford: a city at war', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 33.
  • Don Milligan, 'From somewhere over the rainbow Sir Ian', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 35.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'British capitalism slumps: the forgotten battlefront', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 36.
  • Rob Knight, 'This is Perestroika', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 38.

'Living':

  • Toby Banks, 'Inside England's World Cup: All played out?', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 40.
  • Jimmy Simpson, 'Cool jazz and hot funk: Only a fad, dad?', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 42.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Geoff Dyer interview: Brixton beatniks', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 43.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Faking dreams for the camera', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 44.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 29 - March 1991, p. 45.
Living Marxism 30 - April 1991
Living Marxism No. 30 April 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: After Iraq, who's next?', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 6.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Atrocities and acts of war', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 10.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Kuwait was never the issue: the cruellest hoax', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 12.
  • Rob Knight, 'How the peace movement played into their hands', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 16.
  • Mike Freeman, 'America: beyond the Vietnam syndrome?', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 18.
  • Don Milligan, 'Stormin' Norman and gay sex', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 22.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Ribble by-election: grey shadows in the valley', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 23.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Different mags for different worlds', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 25.
  • 'Casting more light on Midnight in the Century', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 26.
  • Frank Richards, 'Settling accounts with the past', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 29.
  • Geoff Pilling, 'Opening up the debate', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 33.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Pay cuts and company culture', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 34.
  • Helen Simons, 'Recession: Tories blame their miracle', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 36.
  • Eve Anderson, 'Then and now: Connolly under fire again', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 38-39.

'Living':,

  • Mark Reilly, 'Mozart - all in the genes?', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 41.
  • Toby Banks, 'Mike Leigh: Life is Sweet', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 42.
  • Craig Barton, 'Max Ernst - Visions of our century', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Human trainers stalk Beverly Hills', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 45.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 30 - April 1991, p. 47.
Living Marxism 31 - May 1991
Living Marxism No. 31 May 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The Walter Mitty Tendency and the poll tax', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 6.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'The Birmingham Six and British injustice', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 8.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Why is British politics so boring?', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 10.
  • Sean Thomas, 'The Tories: stuck with Tina', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 13.
  • Keith Tompson, 'The left: left behind', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 14.
  • John Gibson, 'The Greens: eaten up', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 15.
  • Linda Ryan, 'Beating boredom by taking control', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 16.
  • Mick Hume, 'Whatever happened to the working class?', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 18.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Polish miners in the pit', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 22.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Virgin on the ridiculous', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 25.
  • Editorial statement, 'The tragedy of the Kurds', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 26.
  • Andy Clarkson and Kunle Oluremi, 'The West always makes it worse', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 28.
  • Phil Murphy, 'The economics of war', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 30.
  • Fiona Foster, 'Hunger Strikers', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 36-38.
  • Don Milligan, 'Don't listen to your heart!', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 39.

'Living':

  • Pat Ford, 'Goodfellas whack Godfathers', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 40.
  • Toby Banks, 'The New Age: Totally cosmic', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 42.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'The Governor', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 44.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Jihad at Sunday tea-time', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 45.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 31 - May 1991, p. 47.
Living Marxism 32 - June 1991
Living Marxism No. 32 June 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The myth of the White Man's burden', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 6.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'How Britain tricked the Kurds', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 8.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Free Kuwait?', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 11.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Liberals for imperialism', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 12.
  • Ann Bradley, Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 15.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Special Reports: Winners and losers in the East European market', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 16.
  • Rob Knight, 'Stalemate in the Soviet Union', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 24.
  • 'Towards 2000', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 26.
  • Sharon Clarke, 'Pre-election politics: no contest', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 28.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Tory visions of the future', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 32.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Can beneficial insects save Britain's Industry?', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 34.
  • Alan Harding, 'The death of parliamentary politics?', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 36.
  • Phil Murphy, 'Behind the Brooke talks in Ireland', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 39.
  • 'Something old, something new', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 39.
  • 'Living', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 40.
  • 'Frank Cottrell-Boyce on TV', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 44.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 45.
Living Marxism 33 - July 1991
Living Marxism No. 33 July 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Towards 2000 - a time for revolutionary ideas', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 6.
  • Mike Freeman, 'Towards 2000: Is socialism finished?', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 8.
  • Phil Murphy, 'Recession: kill or cure?', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 12.
  • Andrew Calcutt, Kerry Dean and Simon Kray, 'Mass sackings north and south', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 14.
  • Kate Lawrence, 'White collar redundancies', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 16.
  • Ann Bradley, 'A Tory shaggy dog story', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 17.
  • John Gibson, 'Germany one year on', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 18.
  • Toby Banks, 'A right circus', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 21.
  • Charles Longford, 'Behind the Winnie Mandela trial', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 22.
  • 'Towards 2000 - Living Marxism live', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 25.
  • Frank Richards, 'The importance of being anti imperialist', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 30-34.
  • Andy Clarkson, 'Britain's bloody legacy in India', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 35.
  • Barry Crawford, 'The making of Mozambique's famine', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 36.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Aiding the West', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 38.

'Living':

  • John Fitzpatrick, 'GBH: Socialism for scabs', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 40.
  • Toby Banks, 'Charles Shaar Murray interview', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 42.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'An English Heritage Bilko', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 44.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 33 - July 1991, p. 45.
Living Marxism 34 - August 1991
Living Marxism No. 34 August 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: Scum politics', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 6.
  • Mick Hume, 'Liverpool: Who's to blame', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 8.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'The legend of the striking gravediggers', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 12.
  • Rob Knight, 'The West won't save the Soviets', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 14.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Yugoslavia: The dangers of secession', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 16.
  • Ann Bradley, 'R U for the abortion pill', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 19.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'A mockery of democracy in the third world', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 20.
  • 'An open letter to all opponents of imperialism: Challenge Britain's colonial war', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 24.
  • Fiona Foster, 'Ireland: The peaces of the grave', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 26-29.
  • Alex Farrell, 'Can the IRA survive', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 30-32.
  • Toby Banks, 'Beer talking', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 33.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Why Britain loves Japan', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 34.

'Living':

  • Dawn Levine, 'Psychos and censors', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 36.
  • Joan Phillips, 'The battle for Bud', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 38.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'The great British conspiracy', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 39.
  • Alan Harding, 'To read or not to read', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 40.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 34 - August 1991, p. 41.
Living Marxism 35 - September 1991
Living Marxism No. 35 September 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: If Marxism is dead, why to they keep digging it up?', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 6.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Eastern Europe joins the third world', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 8.
  • Rob Knight, 'Some home truths from the Soviet Union', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 12.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Out, out, out?', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 15.
  • Charles Longford, 'South Africa after Inkathagate', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 16.
  • Moses Dube, 'Behind the sports boycott', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 19.
  • Phil Murphy, 'BCCI: the myth of the free market', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 20.
  • Chris Allen, 'The end of enterprise culture', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 23.
  • Frank Richards, 'Realising the human potential', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 24.
  • Debra Warner, 'The dangers of human resources development', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 28.
  • James Malone, 'US employers police workers private lives', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 31.
  • Tony Kennedy, 'Whatever happened to post-fordism?', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 32.
  • Toby Banks, 'A royal knockout', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 35.

'Living':

  • Emmanuel Oliver, 'Young soul rebels', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 36.
  • Pat Ford, 'Viva Madonna', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 39.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Low spirits', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 41.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 35 - September 1991, p. 43.
Living Marxism 36 - October 1991
Living Marxism No. 36 October 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: The West plays wordgames while the East burns', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 6.
  • Eve Anderson, 'Whose peace in the Middle East', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 8.
  • Ann Bradley, 'It's only natural', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 11.
  • Kenan Malik, 'Blacks under siege in Forest Europe', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 12.
  • Emmanuel Oliver, 'Racism and riots in Telford', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 16.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Public order exercise in Oxford', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 18.
  • Rob Knight, 'The truth about the Soviet coup', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 20.
  • Frank Richards, 'The Good West and the Evil East', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 24.
  • Paul Flewers, 'No tears at death of Lenin cult', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 24.
  • Mike Freeman, 'What the British left said', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 30.
  • Frank Richards, 'Militant and Labour', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 33.
  • Penny Robson, 'Hoodwinking: The IRA and the Newry hoods', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 34.
  • Toby Banks, 'Good men and true', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 35.

'Living':

  • Alan Harding, 'Karl Friedrich Schinkel: A universal man', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 37.
  • Emmanuel Oliver, 'Boyz n the wood', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 38.
  • Toby Banks, 'How the West was invented', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 39.
  • Deirdre Molloy, 'James Kelman - Glasgow voices', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 40.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'The Big Brontosaurus', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 43.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 36 - October 1991, p. 44.
Living Marxism 37 - November 1991
Living Marxism No. 37 November 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: There's only one party in it', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 6.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'How will Essex man vote now', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 8.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Happy families', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 11.
  • Helen Simons, 'Tory economics: the feelgood factor', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 12.
  • Toby Banks, 'Sham '91', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 15.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Why the West lost the East', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 16.
  • Amanda Macintosh, 'Romania: who's afraid of the working class', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 20.
  • Pat Roberts, 'Croatia: rewriting the Second World War', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 22.
  • 'The silent race war', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 24.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'The destruction of the third world', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 26.
  • Barry Crawford, 'Zaire: heart of darkness', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 29.
  • Frank Richards, 'The underclass: a race apart?', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 30.
  • Gemma Forest, 'Behind Bush's missile cuts', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 35.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Cop Rock', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 37.

'Living':

  • Sonia Parker, 'Another vision of Japan', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 38.
  • Mark Reilly, 'Don't blame Big Lucy', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 40.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Elmore Leonard: Maximum minimum', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 42.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 36 - November 1991, p. 43.
Living Marxism 38 - December 1991
Living Marxism No. 38 December 1991
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial: What's so good about Western civilisation?', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 6.
  • Compiled by Andrew Calcutt, 'What they said in '91', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 8.
  • Theresa Clarke, 'Sexual harassment is not the issue', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 10.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Raping the Missus', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 13.
  • Tessa Myers, 'The truth about the Aids panic', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 14.
  • Charles Longford, 'South Africa: minority rights or majority rule?', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 18.
  • Toby Banks, 'Rugger off', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 21.
  • John Gibson, 'The dangers of sustainable development', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 22.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Germany: the right's new racist agenda', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 24.
  • Rob Knight, 'Croatia: Germany's Gulf War?', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 28.
  • Amanda Macintosh, 'Poland's empty elections', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 31.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Pearl Harbor 50 years on', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 32.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Cash and chaos: the ITV franchise auction', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 36.

'Living':

  • Carrie Bloom, 'Sex, morality and videotape', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 38.
  • Helen West, 'High art, low life?', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 39.
  • Toby Banks, 'Bernard Manning: True blue', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 40.
  • Hugh Carter, 'I-I-Irish bands', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 42.

'Books for Xmas', Living Marxism, No. 38 - December 1991, p. 43.

1992

Living Marxism No. 39 - January 1992
Living Marxism No. 40 - February 1992
  • Mick Hume, 'Editorial', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 4.
  • 'Letters', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 6.
  • Ann Bradley, 'Rape: Reopening the case', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 8.
  • Ann Bradley, Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 11.
  • John Fitzpatrick, 'Education: Expansion on the cheap', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 12.
  • Toby Banks, Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 15.
  • Frank Richards, 'Today the east, tomorrow the world', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 16.
  • Dominic Salter, 'A friendly fourth Reich?', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 20.
  • Rob Knight 'Letter from Frankfurt', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 23.
  • Joan Phillips, 'Report from Frontline Croatia', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 24.
  • Daniel Nassim, 'Is Israel out?', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 29.
  • Kirsten Cale, 'Carpet-bagger capitalism', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 30.
  • Helen Simons, 'What did Major win at Maastricht', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 32.
  • Richard Christiansen, 'Muslims in France', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 35.
  • 'Living', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 36-40.
  • Frank Cottrell-Boyce, 'Frank Cottrell-Boyce on TV', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 41.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 40 - February 1992, p. 43.
Living Marxism No. 41 - March 1992
Living Marxism, No. 41


Living:

Living Marxism 42 April 1992
Living Marxism, No. 42

Election Special - The decay of British democracy, p. 17-32:

Living, p. 36:

Living Marxism 43 May 1992
Living Marxism, No. 44

Living p. 38:

'The Marxist Review of Books', p. 43:

Living Marxism 44 June 1992

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 45 July 1992
Living Marxism, No. 45

'Living', p. 40:

Living Marxism 46 August 1992
Living Marxism, No. 46

'Living', p. 38:

'The Marxist Review of Books', p. 44:

Living Marxism 47 September 1992
Living Marxism, No. 47

Living, p. 38:

Living Marxism 48 October 1992

Living, p. 40:

Living Marxism 49 November 1992

Living, p. 38:

Living Marxism 50 December 1992
Living Marxism, No. 50, December 1992

Living:


1993

Living Marxism 51 January 1993

'Living', p.36:

  • 'Frank Cottrell-Boyce on TV', Living Marxism, No. 51 - January 1993, p. 38.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 51 - January 1993, p. 43.
Living Marxism 52 February 1993
Living Marxism, No. 52, February 1993

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 53 March 1993
Living Marxism, No. 53, March 1993

Living, p. 38:

Living Marxism 54 April 1993
Living Marxism, No. 54, April 1993

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 55 May 1993
Living Marxism, No. 55, May 1993

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 56 June 1993

'Living', p. 38:

  • 'Frank Cottrell-Boyce on TV', Living Marxism, No. 56 - June 1993, p. 41.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 56 - June 1993, p. 43.
Living Marxism 57 July 1993

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 58 August 1993

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 59 September 1993

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 60 October 1993

'Living', p.38:

Living Marxism 61 November 1993

‘Focus on Eastern Europe’:

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 62 December 1993
Living Marxism, No. 62

‘Living’, p. 38:

1994

Living Marxism 63 January 1994
Living Marxism, No. 63

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 64 February 1994
Living Marxism, No. 64

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 65 March 1994
Living Marxism, No. 65

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 66 April 1994
Living Marxism, No. 66

‘Living’, p.38:


Living Marxism 67 May 1994

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 68 June 1994

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 69 July 1994
Living Marxism, No. 69

‘Living’, p. 42:

Living Marxism 70 August 1994
Living Marxism No. 70, August 1994

‘Living’, p. 38:


Living Marxism 71 September 1994

'Living', p. 38:

  • 'Frank Cottrell-Boyce on TV', Living Marxism, No. 71 - September 1994, p. 41.
  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 71 - September 1994, p. 43.
Living Marxism 72 October 1994
Living Marxism No. 72, October 1994

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 73 November 1994
Living Marxism No. 73, November 1994

‘Living’, p. 38:


Living Marxism 74 December 1994

'Living', p. 38:

1995

Living Marxism 75 January 1995
Living Marxism No. 75, January 1995

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 76 February 1995
Living Marxism No. 76, February 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 77 March 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 78 April 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 79 May 1995

‘Living’, p. 42:

Living Marxism 80 June 1995
Living Marxism No. 80, June 1995

'Living', p. 41:

Living Marxism 81 July/August 1995
Living Marxism No. 81, July-August 1995

‘Living’, p. 56:

  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 81 - July/August 1995, p. 61.
Living Marxism 82 September 1995
Living Marxism No. 82, September 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 83 October 1995
Living Marxism No. 83, October 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 84 November 1995
Living Marxism No. 84, November 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 85 December 1995
Living Marxism No. 85, December 1995

‘Living’, p. 38:

1996

Living Marxism 86 January 1996
Living Marxism No. 86, January 1996

Living, p. 38:

Living Marxism 87 February 1996

Living, p. 38:

  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 87 - February 1996, p. 43.
Living Marxism 88 - March 1996
Living Marxism No. 88, March 1996

'Living', p.38:

Living Marxism 89 April 1996
Living Marxism No. 89, April 1996

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 90 May 1996
Living Marxism, No 90, May 1996

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 91 June 1996
Living Marxism No. 91 June 1996

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 92 July/August 1996
Living Marxism No. 92 July/August 1996

‘Living’, p. 42:

Living Marxism 93 September 1996
Cover of LM No. 93 advertising the 1996 post RCP manifesto minus references to class struggle.

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 94 October 1996

‘Living’, p. 38:

Living Marxism 95 November 1996
Living Marxism No. 95, November 1996

'Living', p. 38:

Living Marxism 96 December/January 1996/1997
Living Marxism No. 96, December/January 1996/1997

'Living', p. 38:

  • 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 96 - December/January 1996/1997, p. 43.

1997

Living Marxism became LM at issue 97 in February 1997.

February 1997 No. 97
LM No. 97, February 1997
March 1997 No. 98
LM No. 98, March 1997
April 1997 No. 99
May 1997 No. 100
LM No. 100, May 1997
June 1997 No. 101
LM No. 101, June 1997
July/August 1997 No. 102
LM No. 102, July/August 1997
September 1997 No. 103
LM No. 103, September 1997

'alt.culture.lm', LM 103, September 1997, p. 38-41:

October 1997 No. 104
LM No. 104, October 1997

'Mourning sickness'. LM writers give an alternative view of the national grief-fest and what it says about Blair's Britain AD (After Diana):

'ALT.CULTURE.LM', LM 104, p. 38, October 1997.

November 1997 No. 105
LM No. 105, November 1997
December 1997/January 1998 No. 106
LM No. 106, December/January 1997/1998

1998

LM 107 February 1998
LM No. 107, February 1998
LM 108 March 1998
LM No. 108, March 1998
LM109 April 1998
LM No. 109, April 1998
LM110 May 1998
LM No. 110, May 1998

'Discussing the paedophile panic', LM 110, p. 24-30, May 1998:

'alt.culture.lm', LM 110, p. 38-42, May 1998:

LM111 June 1998
LM No. 111, June 1998
LM112 July/August 1998
LM No. 112, July/August 1998
LM113 September 1998
LM114 October 1998
Cover of LM, No. 114

alt.culture.lm, LM 114, October 1998, p. 38-41:

LM115 November 1998
Cover of LM, No. 115

'alt.culture.lm', LM 115, November 1998, p. 38-40:

LM116 December/January 1998/1999
Cover of LM, No. 116, December/January 1998/9

1999

LM117 February 1999
LM118 March
LM No. 118
LM119 April
Cover of LM Magazine No. 119, April 1999, the special issue attacking the green movement. It featured articles by LM stalwarts Frank Furedi, Brendan O'Neill, James Heartfield, Helene Guldberg, Tony Gilland as well as right wing think tanker Richard D North and the pro-whaling High North Alliance
LM120 May 1999
LM121 June
Cover of LM, No. 121
LM122 July/August
Cover of LM, No. 122
LM123 September 1999
LM124 October 1999
Cover of LM, No. 124
LM125 November 1999
Cover of LM, No. 125
LM126 December/January 1999/2000
Cover of LM, No. 126

2000

LM127 - February 2000
LM Magazine, Issue 127, February 2000
LM128 - March 2000
The penultimate issue of LM Magazine, Issue 128, March 2000

Culture Wars:

LM129 - April 2000
The cover of the last edition of LM Magazine, No. 129, April 2000

Culture Wars

Last Magazine - Summer 2000
The front cover of Last Magazine, published Summer 2000.

Notes

  1. 'Welcome to the new-look LM', LM, February 1997, retrieved from the Internet Archive of 18 February 1998, accessed 27 October 2010
  2. Informinc LM Bookstore
  3. Informinc Issue 128, March 2000 LM Archives, Retrieved from the Internet Archive of 8 April 2000, accessed 26 January 2011