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Issue No. 1794

Acton Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? With Dave Hayes Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, West London Trade Union Club, Acton High Street (opposite bingo hall).

Barnsley George Bush: can he be stopped? Saturday 6 April, 2pm, Barnsley Library, Shambles Street.

Black Country Vietnam: when a superpower was humbled With Michael Bradley Thursday 18 April, 8pm, Wagon and Horses, Oldbury.

Birmingham Che Guevara: popular icon or symbol of revolution? Thursday 11 April, 7.30pm, Birmingham Sports Centre, 201 Balsall Heath (opposite Central Mosque).

Bradford Is racism getting worse? Saturday 6 April, 2.30pm, Central Library, Princes Road.

Brent Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? Sunday 7 April, 3pm, Willesden Library, 95 Willesden High Road.

Brighton Lenin and the fight for workers' power Sunday 7 April, 4.30pm, Phoenix Community Centre, Phoenix Place (next to Free Butt).

Bristol Can there be a revolution in Britain? With Pat Stack Sunday 7 April, 3pm, Cafe Marx, Casa Sudaca, 25 Zetland Road (off Gloucester Road).

Camden Argentina, Barcelona and Rome: can resistance lead to revolution? Monday 22 April, 7.30pm, Cafe Marxism, Castle Haven Community Centre, Hawley Street (between Camden Town tube and Camden Road station).

Cambridge Are women equal today? Thursday 11 April, 8pm, Clowns Cafe, King Street.

Canterbury Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live in peace? With Anne Alexander Thursday 4 April, 7pm, Canterbury Whole Foods, city centre.

Cardiff Have women got equality today? With Julie Waterson Tuesday 9 April, 7pm, Katharina's Coffee Shop, Salisbury Road, Cathays.

Central London Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live together in peace? With John Rose and Ayham Zekra Tuesday 16 April, 6.30pm, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street.

Colchester Manufacturing dissent: the ideas of Noam Chomsky With Shaun Doherty and video Sunday 7 April, 4pm, Picasso's, St John's Street.

Coventry Can we beat Bush? Sunday 7 April, 7pm, Leofric Hotel, city centre.

Doncaster The bloody history of British imperialism With Chris Bambery Wednesday 3 April, 7.30pm, Railway pub (near station).

Hackney Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live together? Wednesday 3 April, 7.30pm, Anatolia People's Centre, 89-91 Stoke Newington Road.

Harlow Vietnam: when a superpower was humbled Sunday 7 April, 4pm, Polly's Pantry, Wych Elm, town centre.

Hounslow Can we beat Bush? Saturday 13 April, 2pm, Hounslow Community Centre, Montague Road.

Kensington Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live together in peace? Saturday 13 April, 6.30pm, Philmore Walk (Kensington High Street tube).

Leeds Vietnam: when a superpower was humbled With Michael Bradley Tuesday 9 April, 7pm, Swarthmore Centre, Woodhouse Square.

Leicester The bloody history of British imperialism Monday 8 April, 7.30pm, Cafe Mozart, London Road.

Luton Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? With Chris Harman Monday 8 April, 7.30pm, Postels Club, Dunstable Road.

Manchester Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live in peace? With John Rose and Ayham Zekra Saturday 6 April, 3pm, Unitarian Chapel, Cross Street.

Merseyside Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? With Chris Harman Thursday 11 April, 7.30pm, Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool.

Milton Keynes Globalisation, the state and war: why McDonald's needs McDonnell-Douglas With Chris Nineham Sunday 7 April, 2pm, Community Room, North Row.

North London Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? With Chris Harman Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, Cafe Moda, Fonthill Road (near Finsbury Park tube).

Northampton Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, Vocal and Instrumental Club, Bailiff Street.

Norwich Is racism getting worse? Saturday 6 April, 2.30pm, Forum, Norwich and Norfolk Millennium Library (next to Pizza Express).

Notting Hill Vietnam: when a superpower was humbled With Jonathan Neale Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, Green Room, Paddington Arts, Woodfield Road (Westbourne Park tube).

Nottingham Are women equal today? With Judy Cox Sunday 7 April, 2pm, Waterstones, Bridlesmith Gate.

Plymouth Vietnam: when a superpower was humbled With Martin Smith Monday 8 April, 7pm, Martin's Gate, Bretonside.

Ramsgate Can US imperialism be defeated? Tuesday 16 April, 7.30pm, Red Arrow Club (near station).

South East London Vietnam: when a superpower was humbled With Nigel Davey Saturday 13 April, 2pm, Moonbow Jake's Coffee Bar (between New Cross tube and New Cross Gate tube).

South London Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live in peace? With Yuri Prasad Sunday 7 April, 4pm, Z Bud Cafe, 144 Stockwell Road (Brixton or Stockwell tube).

St Albans Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, Trinity Church, Victoria Road.

Tower Hamlets Is racism getting worse? With Yuri Prasad Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, Coffee@Bricklane (near old brewery).

Tyneside Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live in peace? Tuesday 9 April, 7pm, Side Cafe and Bistro, Quayside, Newcastle.

Waltham Forest Israeli terror and the new intifada: can Arabs and Jews live in peace? With Jake Hoban Tuesday 9 April, 7.30pm, Quaker Meeting Centre, Jewel Road (off Hoe Street), Walthamstow.

Watford Argentina: can the people beat the bankers? Thursday 11 April, 7.30pm, West Watford Community Centre, Harwood Road (near Watford General Hospital).

For more details of events phone the SWP national office on 020 7538 5821 or e-mail enquiries@swp.org.uk

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Meetings And Events
Sat 6 Apr 2002, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1794
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