Taylor, Brian; Ullathorne, Graham; Smith, Dan; Smallbone, Chris
February 2011
Red Pepper Magazine;Feb/Mar2011, Issue 176, p06
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues, including one paper which speculates about Labour taking a progressive turn in the December/January 2011 issue, another which analyzes the dismantling of the National Health Services in Great Britain in the October/November 2010 issue, and another paper on film director John Ford, in the October/November 2010 issue.


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