John, Ann M.; Moher, Jim; Windsor, Clare; Rochat, Philippe; Fitzsimons, Kirsty; Muchemwa, Farai; Gallant, Hellena; Holden, Geoff; Stainton, Richard; Folley, Ben; Fitchie, Dolores; Webster, Lee Margaret
November 2007
New Statesman;11/26/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4872, p8
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Black and blue," by David Matthews and "The forgotten fallen," by John Pilger both of which appeared in the November 19, 2007 issue and "How to stop climate change: the easy way," by Mark Lynas in the November 12, 2007 issue.


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