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Feminism

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Labour After The Eclipse

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Peace

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The Powerboat And The Planet

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After the eclipse

The labour movement has seen revolution, reform and apparent defeat. But the best is yet to come, argues Jeremy Seabrook.

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Heaven, hell and spring sunshine

Chris Brazier writes a postscript for the twentieth century – and burrows into the gaping cracks in the new world order.

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Domestic murder and the golden sea

India’s Urvashi Butalia starts her journey through the women’s century by recalling an incident chillingly close to home.

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Betrayal and promise

Pre-millennial blues are understandable given the state we’re in, says Eduardo Galeano. But there’s plenty of hope of redemption out there if only you will look.

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The powerboat and the planet

The NI looks back over the brief but vibrant history of the environmental movement.

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The heart of Africa

Amid attempts to wrestle with conflict in Burundi and DR Congo, former Tanzanian leader Julius Nyerere reflects with Ikaweba Bunting on an anti-colonial life.

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