Soundings Volume 1995 Issue 1

ISSN 1362-6620

Contents

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Launch issue

The Lessons for Labour, pages ‑
Barbara Castle

The echoing corridor: Music in the postmodern East End, pages ‑
Andrew Blake

Interpretations of the New World, pages ‑
Fred Halliday

Editorial: Uncomfortable Times, pages 5‑18
Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin Free to download

Parties on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, pages 19‑34
Stuart Hall Free to download

Old Fogeys and Angry Young Men: A critique of communitarianism, pages 47‑64
Beatrix Campbell

The Politics of Attachment: Personal and social influences on parenting and adult life, pages 65‑76
Lynne Murray

Unravelling Gene Biotechnology, pages 77‑98
Mae-Wan Ho

Environmental Images and Imaginary Landscapes, pages 99‑110
Lola Young, lngrid Pollard

Mountain Bikes in Them There Hills: Is it about a bicycle?, pages 111‑114
Maggie Mort

Containing the car: Returning the streets to people, pages 115‑122
Kerry Hamilton, Max Dixon, Graham Smith

Balancing Act: Personal politics and anti-roads campaigning, pages 123‑138
Heather Hunt, Doreen Massey

William Cobbett and the Invention of Popular Radical Journalism, pages 139‑156
Michael Rustin

Consuming in the Face of Hatred: Lifestyle and the gay advance, pages 163‑174
Simon Edge

The echoing corridor: Music in the postmodern East End, pages 175‑192
Andrew Blake

Making Spaces: Or, geography, is political too, pages 193‑208
Doreen Massey

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