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Series: International Socialism

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INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM {A QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF SOCIALIST THEORY} by Chris Harman
International Socialism 7Issue 07
International Socialism 8Issue 08
International Socialism 9Issue 09
International Socialism 10Issue 10
International Socialism 11Issue 11
International Socialism 12 by Socialist Workers PartyIssue 12
International Socialism 13 by Chris HarmanIssue 13
International Socialism 14Issue 14
International Socialism 15Issue 15
International Socialism 16Issue 16
International Socialism 17Issue 17
International Socialism 18Issue 18
International Socialism 19Issue 19
International Socialism 20Issue 20
International Socialism 21Issue 21
International Socialism 22Issue 22
International Socialism 23Issue 23
International Socialism 24Issue 24
International Socialism 25Issue 25
International Socialism 26Issue 26
International Socialism 27Issue 27
International Socialism 28Issue 28
International Socialism 29Issue 29
International Socialism 30Issue 30
International Socialism 31 by Alex CallinicosIssue 31
International Socialism 32 by Chris HarmanIssue 32
International Socialism 33Issue 33
International Socialism 34Issue 34
International Socialism 35Issue 35
International Socialism 36Issue 36
International Socialism 37Issue 37
International Socialism 38Issue 38
International Socialism 39Issue 39
International Socialism 40Issue 40
International Socialism 41Issue 41
International Socialism 42: The Myth of Market Socialism by Chris HarmanIssue 42
International Socialism 43Issue 43
International Socialism 44Issue 44
International Socialism 45Issue 45
International Socialism 46Issue 46
International Socialism 47Issue 47
International Socialism 48: The last days of Thatcher? by Lindsey GermanIssue 48
International Socialism 49Issue 49
International Socialism 50Issue 50
International Socialism 51Issue 51
International Socialism 52Issue 52
International Socialism 53 by Jonathan NealeIssue 53
International Socialism 54 by International SocialismIssue 54
International Socialism 55: Race and class by Alex CallinicosIssue 55
International Socialism 56 by Chris HarmanIssue 56
International Socialism 57: Can there be a revolution in Britain? by Lindsey GermanIssue 57
International Socialism 58: A Quarterly Journal of Socialist Theory by Chris HarmanIssue 58
International Socialism 59Issue 59
International Socialism Journal 60 september 1993: Euro Fascism what makes it tick by Chris BamberyIssue 60
International Socialism 61 by Socialist Workers PartyIssue 61
International Socialism 62Issue 62
International Socialism 63Issue 63
International Socialism 64 by KIERAN ALLEN 'CHRIS., MIKE HAYNES AND OTHERS. HARMAN'Issue 64
The Revolutionary Ideas of Frederick Engels by Lindsey GermanIssue 65
International Socialism 66Issue 66
International Socialism 67 by Paul FootIssue 67
International Socialism 68 by Ruth BrownIssue 68
International Socialism 69Issue 69
International Socialism 70 by Ken MochizukiIssue 70
International Socialism 71Issue 71
International Socialism 72 by Mother LoveIssue 72
International Socialism 73Issue 73
International Socialism 74 by Colin SparksIssue 74
International Socialism 75Issue 75
International Socialism 76Issue 76
International Socialism 77Issue 77
International Socialism 78Issue 78
International Socialism 79Issue 79
International Socialism 80Issue 80
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM 82: THE BLAIR PROJECT CRACKS. by Lindsey GermanIssue 82
International Socialism 85 by Alex CallinicosIssue 85
International Socialism 90 by John ReesIssue 90
International Socialism 94 by Chris HarmanIssue 94
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM 100 - AUTUMN 2003 by John ReesIssue 100
international socialism 103Issue 103
International Socialism 109 by Chris HarmanIssue 109
International Socialism 110 by Socialist Workers PartyIssue 110
International Socialism 111 Summer 2006 by International SocialismIssue 111
International Socialism Autume 2006 Number 112 by Chris HarmanIssue 112
International Socialism 115 by International SocialismIssue 115
International Socialism 121: Winter 2009 by Chris HarmanIssue 121
International socialism 122 by Chris HarmanIssue 122
International Socialism by Chris HarmanIssue 123
International socialism 124 by Chris Harmanissue 124
International socialism 125 by Alex Callinicosissue 125
International socialism 126 by Alex CallinicosIssue 126
International socialism 127 by Alex CallinicosIssue 127
International socialism 128 by Alex CallinicosIssue 128

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