Soundings Volume 2021 Issue 77

ISSN 1362-6620

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History / Memory


Small Axe and the big tree of 2020, pages 9‑22
Roshi Naidoo Free to download

The legacies of British slave ownership, pages 23‑36
Catherine Hall talks to Ruth Ramsden-Karelse

‘Every generation has to make its own women’s movement’, pages 37‑54
Sheila Rowbotham Free to download

When care needs piracy: the case for disobedience in struggles against imperial property regimes, pages 55‑70
Valeria Graziano, Tomislav Medak, Marcell Mars

Arch villains, pages 71‑75
Richard Payne

Can a re-animated New Deal see off Trump Republicanism?, pages 76‑88
Matt Seaton

Is Macron the persuader reaching the end of the road?, pages 89‑100
Chris Myant

Reviews, pages 101‑108
Andrew Gamble, Michael Rustin Free to download

Mutualism, massive and the city to come: Jungle Pirate Radio in 1990s London, pages 109‑120
Tom Cordell, Malcolm James

The long revolution: why the left needs a strategic and long-term perspective, pages 121‑134
Michael Rustin

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