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Lobster Issue 56 Winter 2008/9

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Issue 56 cover
Date:Winter 2008/9)
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
  • Harold Wilson, the Bank of England and the Cecil King 'coup' of May 1968 by Scott Newton
    1. Wilson, Cromer and the City
    2. Crisis of Confidence
      • After Tet
      • Wilsonís 'blackmail' worked
    3. The 'coup'
    4. Britainís social democratic moment
      • The historic fracture
      • Producersí England

  • Tittle-tattle by Tom Easton
    • Wick the forgotten
    • The son-in-law also rises
    • The Lord giveth
    • LFI news (Labour Friends of Israel)
    • Peterís friends
    • Still one of Peterís friends?
    • Out of focus
    • Victims of history

  • The once and future king? by Simon Matthews
    (The demise of Ken Livingstone as Mayor of London)
    • Early Ken
    • Local government
    • The long march to Brent East
    • Labour Briefing
    • Plan B
    • In Parliament
    • Running London again
    • Running as an independent
    • The future?

  • Obituary: Ronald Gray (1920-2008) by John Birks
    (Founder and owner of The Hammersmith Bookshop)

  • The crony capitalists: a fond farewell to some regular guys? by Colin Challen MP
    • Carlyle
    • George W.
    • Crony capitalism
    • Harken
    • America's game
    • China
    • Jeb's story
    • Neil Bush
    • Conclusions?

  • The politics of the organic movement -- an overview by Philip Conford

    • The 1930s and 40s: links to the radical Right
    • The 1950s and 60s : a conservative stance?
    • Schumacher
    • The 1970s to the 21st century: from self-sufficiency to consumerism
    • Current developments
    • Conclusion: the politics of survival

  • The electromagnetic world

  • The View from the Bridge
    • Maggie, Maggie, Maggie The minds of bankers
    • The end of the beginning?
    • Credit where credit is due (1)
    • Disinfo: an oldie but a goody
    • IRD reborn?
    • We let him down
    • Big pictures
    • Sarko
    • Credit where credit is due (2)

  • Saddam Hussein on Trial
    The Trial of Saddam Hussein by Abdul Haq Al-Ani, reviewed by David MacGregor
    • Author as participant
    • World-historical figure
    • Genocide Court as Ninth Circle of Hell

  • Advert: Politics and Paranoia by Robin Ramsay

  • Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web by Danny Weston
    • The core
    • The British connection
    • Proliferation - from the cold war to Customs
    • Operation Akin
    • The cover-up begins
    • Waiting for what?
    • Libya and Peter Griffin
    • Peter Griffin
    • Butler on Khan
    • Ďthe Libyans blew up the Pakistanisí

  • Re: by Terry Hanstock
    • Dodgy dossiers
    • Understanding intelligence
    • Secret histories
    • Happy families
    • The Atomic Curtain
    • Academic spooks
    • Planning blight
    • Countering terrorism
    • Itís a conspiracyÖ.
    • David Kelly Ė more questions
    • At the toss of a COIN (counterinsurgency)

  • Books reviewed
    • Crisis? What Crisis? Britain in the 1970s by Always W. Turner, reviewed by Dan Atkinson
    • British Spies and Irish Rebels: British Intelligence and Ireland, 1916-1945 by Paul McMahon, reviewed by Richard Alexander
    • Speaking for Myself by Cherie Blair, reviewed by John Newsinger
    • JFK and the Unspeakable: Why he died and why it matters by James W. Douglass. reviewed by Michael Carlson
    • The Spy who came in from the Co-op by David Burke
    • The Gods that Failed: How blind faith in markets has cost us our future by Larry Elliot and Dan Atkinson
    • James Jesus Angleton: The CIA and the craft of counterintelligence by Michael Holzman
    • From Thatcher to the Third Way: think-tanks, intellectuals and the Blair project by Robert Carl Blank
    • The CIA, the Mob and Americaís Secret History by Daniel Hopsicker
    • Briefs:
      • The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein
      • X Films: true confessions of a radical filmmaker by Alex Cox
      • A Peopleís History of American Empire: a graphic adaptation by Howard Zinn, Mike Konopacki and Paul Buhle

    52 pages.

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