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The purpose of this journal is to give a new direction and depth to a political, cultural and economic debate in Britain. It aims to explore the possibilities of a non-conservative order, and of the re-invention of the socialist tradition. Apart from the special launch edition, each issue deals in depth with a particular theme. This issue dissects the relationship between law and wider questions of social justice. It explores the rights of citizens, both as individuals and as participatory members of a political community. It also looks at civil rights abuses within the UK and abroad, and includes a specially commissioned article by Ken Wiwa, son of the murdered Ken Saro Wiwa. Contributors to this issue include: Kader Asmal, David Bell, Sarah Benton, Jonathan Cooper, Anna Coote, Keith Ewing, John Griffin, Ruth Lister, Mike Mansfield, Stephen Rose and Jeffrey Weeks.
Release date Australia
March 1st, 1996
Illustrated by Cynthia Cockburn Volume editor Doreen Massey Volume editor Michael Rustin Volume editor Stuart Hall
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Lawrence & Wishart Ltd
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