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The Atlantic Celts: Ancient people or modern invention,
By Simon James, 1999. Reviewed by Geoff Jones.

A Century of Women,
By Sheila Rowbotham, 1999, Penguin. Reviewed by Clare Wilkins.

L?ve TV, Tellybrats and Topless Darts: the Uncut Story of Tabloid Television,
By Chris Horrie & Adam Nathan, 1999.

Loyalists, by Peter Taylor, 1999.

New Feminism vs. Old
On the Move, Feminism for a new generation edited by Natasha Walter, and
The Whole Woman, by Germaine Greer.

Memoir: My Life and Themes, by Connor Cruise O'Brien, 1998.

Arms to Spain: The Untold Story of the Spanish Civil War, by Gerald Howson, 1998.

The Crisis of Global Capitalism, by George Soros, 1998.

The Chamberlain-Hitler collusion, by Alvin Finkel and Clement Leibovitz, 1998.

A Chronology of Injustice, compiled by Legal Action for Women, 1998.

Having None of it, by Suzanne Franks, 1999.

Cold War: an Illustrated History 1945-1991, by Jeremy Isaacs and Taylor Downing, 1998.

Guilty Men: Conservative Decline and Fall, 1992-1997, by Hywell Williams, 1998.

East and West, by Chris Patten, 1998.

The Other Missiles of October: Eisenhower, Kennedy and the Jupiters, 1957-1963, by Philip Nash, 1997.

Titan: the Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., by Ron Chernow, 1998.

The Making of New World Slavery: from the Baroque to the Modern, 1492-1800, by Robin Blackburn, 1997.

Working-class Fiction: from Chartism to 'Trainspotting', by Ian Haywood, 1998.

Life on the Screen, by Sherry Turkle, 1997.

Guns, Germs and Steel: A Short History of Everybody for the Last 13,000 Years, by Jared Diamond, 1998


New Art for a New Era (Russian Avante-Garde), Barbican, London

Jackson Pollock, the Tate Gallery, til 6 June 1999


Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn, at the National Theatre, London