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Tribune was founded in 1937 as a socialist journal to give voice to popular front movements against Europe's growing wave of fascism. For eighty years, it has been at the center of left-wing politics in the United Kingdom, with previous editors including labour movement titans such as Aneurin Bevan and Michael Foot. With the assistance of Jacobin, Tribune was revived as a print journal and online in 2018, and its new staff is dedicated to restoring this historic legacy on the British left.

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