A highly recommended new website is the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust Internet Archive, which contains a complete archive of three important British leftist publications, the Universities and Left Review and the New Reasoner from the second half of the 1950s, which merged and the end of the decade to form the New Left Review that survives down to the present; and Marxism Today from the 1980s, which is less interesting, but by no means uninteresting, and which may very well have a lot to answer for.
And from Marxism Today I imagine there’s an awful lot of Martin Jacques, but I’m finding the interface a bit fiddly, so I won’t be trawling the contents pages on your behalf just yet. (Probably quite a lot by Stuart Hall that’s well worth going after, though.)
Fun for all the family. [Thanks, MMcI.]