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CONTENTS What Next? No.8 1998

WHY SOCIALISTS SHOULD WELCOME THE NORTHERN IRELAND PEACE AGREEMENT  Tony Dale

DONíT WANT TO SLEEP WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE: BLAIRíS FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE  Dave Osler

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE BLAIR PROJECT  Mike Phipps

"ENTRISM": LESSONS FROM THE 1930s  John Archer

THE CASE FOR THE SWP  Ian Birchall

THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF BRITAIN AND LEFT UNITY  Kenny Coyle

FREDERICK ENGELS, BARON JELLACHICH DE BUZIM ... AND BOSNIA?  Ernie Haberkern

TROTSKYIST REGROUPMENT: THE UNUNITEABLE IN PURSUIT OF THE UNDESIRABLE  Nick Davies

SOVIETS IN ACTION  John Reed

RED FLAG OVER ST PANCRAS (PART 2)  Bob Pitt


REVIEWS

Louis Althusser, The Spectre of Hegel: Early Writings  reviewed by Jonathan Joseph
Al Richardson, ed, Blows Against the Empire: The Lanka Sama Samaja Party, 1935-1964 (Revolutionary History, Vol.4, No.3)  reviewed by T. Perera and Ajith Samaranayake
Paul Whiteley and Patrick Seyd, New Labour Ė New Grass Roots Party?  reviewed by Bob Pitt


LETTERS

Ian Harrison  on Joan Maynard
Mike Jones  on Marxism and Bosnia
Martin Sullivan  on the Morning Star strike


CONTRIBUTORS

Tony Dale  is a member of the editorial board of Labour Left Briefing
Dave Osler  is a member of the Socialist Democracy Group
Mike Phipps  is a member of the editorial board of Labour Left Briefing
John Archer  joined the Trotskyist movement in 1934 and is a supporter of the International Workers Association
Ian Birchall  is a member of the Socialist Workers Party
Kenny Coyle  is a member of the Communist Party of Britain
Ernie Haberkern  is the director of the Center for Socialist History, Berkeley, California
Nick Davies  is a supporter of Workers Action
Bob Pitt  is active in the labour movement in Camden, North London