Reviews

Issue: 
Autumn 2020

Peter Berton and Sam Atherton, The Japanese Communist Party: Permanent Opposition, but Moral Compass, Routledge, Abingdon, 2018; 146pp; ISBN 9780415368865, £120.00, hbk
Reviewed by Sherzod Muminov, University of East Anglia

Liam Cahill, Forgotten Revolution: The Limerick Soviet, 1919: A Threat to British Power in Ireland, Orla Kelly Publishing, Cork, 2019; 187pp; ISBN 9781912328413, €15.00, pbk
Reviewed by Emmet O’Connor, Ulster University

Vaneesa Cook, Spiritual Socialists: Religion and the American Left, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019, cloth, index, pp261, ISBN 978-0-8122-5165-4, £43
Reviewed by Dianne Kirby, Trinity College Dublin

John Green, Willi Münzenberg: Fighter against Fascism and Stalinism, Routledge, Abingdon, 2020; 288pp, 30 b/w illustrations; ISBN 9780367344726, £34.99, pbk
Reviewed by Andy Croft

Anita Prażmowska, Władysław Gomułka, I.B. Tauris, London, 2016; 296pp; ISBN 9781848851337, £95.00, hbk
Reviewed by Duncan Bowie, UCL

Danny Reilly and Steve Cushion, Telling the Mayflower Story: Thanksgiving or Land Grabbing, Massacres and Slavery?, SHS, London, 2018; 62pp, eight illustrations; ISBN 9780993010484, £4.00, pbk
Reviewed by Jonathan Wood, Plymouth

George Yerby, The Economic Causes of the English Civil War: Freedom of Trade and the English Revolution, Routledge, Abingdon, 2020; 420pp; ISBN 9780367189235, £120.00, hbk
Reviewed by David Parker

Hermynia Zur Mühlen, The Castle of Truth and Other Revolutionary Tales, Jack Zipes (ed. and trans.), Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 2020, 187pp, 17 illustrations, ISBN 9780691201252, $19.95, pbk
Reviewed by Kendra Reynolds, University of Tulsa

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