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CONTENTS What Next? No.16 2000

LESSONS OF THE LONDON ELECTIONS  Martin Sullivan

REDS AND GREENS UNITE!  Peter Tatchell

GREEN POLITICS AND SOCIALISM  Terry Liddle

THE LABOUR NEC ELECTIONS  Bob Pitt

STILL WALKING WITH DINOSAURS: MARXIST REFLECTIONS ON EVOLUTION AND MASS EXTINCTIONS  Josť Villa

IS THE PARTY OVER? SOME THOUGHTS  Harry Vince Coulter

TONY CLIFF: AN APPRECIATION  Ted Crawford

DEMOCRATIC CENTRALISM  Socialist Alternative

KARL KORSCH  Dave Renton


REVIEWS

Francis Wheen, Karl Marxreviewed by Bernard H. Moss
Brian Lloyd, Left Out: Pragmatism, Exceptionalism, and the Poverty of American Marxismreviewed by Jason Shulman
I. Kh. Urilov, Martov: Politician and Historianreviewed by Boris Kagarlitsky
Toby Harnden, "Bandit Country": The IRA and South Armaghreviewed by Jonathan Trautman


LETTERS

John Palmer  on Kosova and genocide
Henry Balfour  on Trotskyism and social democracy
Robert Wilkins  on the jazz revolution and Frank Kofsky


CONTRIBUTORS

Martin Sullivan  is a member of the Labour Party
Peter Tatchell  stood for the London Assembly as a Green Left independent
Terry Liddle  was the Green Party's London Assembly candidate for Greenwich and Lewisham
Bob Pitt  is the editor of What Next?
Josť Villa  is a member of the editorial board of Revolutionary History
Harry Vince Coulter  was active in socialist politics in Britain from the early 1960s to the late 1980s before moving to Dublin
Ted Crawford  is a member of the editorial board of Revolutionary History
Dave Renton  is the author of Fascism, Anti-Fascism and Britain in the 1940s