Transform #4 is a special issue to mark the 50th anniversary of the dramatic events of 1968 that were a turning point in history.
A eulogy to the NHS: What happened to the world my generation built? By 95-year-old Harry Leslie Smith
Extracted from Royal Babylon: the Criminal Record of the British Monarchy. An investigative poem by Heathcote Williams.
Poet and singer Kate Tempest’s scathing attack on the state of society, directly accusing Prime Minister Theresa May of “dividing the people”.
“The artist must take sides,” said Robeson. “He must elect to fight for freedom or slavery. I have made my choice.”
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