29 April 2018 — Coldtype
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THE BIG READ: Main story in this issue is a brilliant nine-page dissection by David Cromwell and David Edwards of the role being played by the UK media in creating the international clamour for war following the latest “chemical attack” in Syria. In our other cover stories, Palesa Morudu discusses the legacy of Winnie Mandela and her role in the fight against Apartheid in South Africa; while Frida Berrigan slams the weaponisation of everyday life in the USA. Our other top stories include Stephen Gilbert’s essay on the antisemite controversy that is enveloping the UK labour Party; CJ Hopkins is obsessed by a conspiracy theory; and Harry Benson’s looks back at the best president the US never had. And you won’t want to miss our Insight section, with stories on austerity, Bashar al-Assad, the BBC’s link with spies, and Israeli aggression against Gazans. Plus, as usual, more great reading . . .
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