Author Archives: leftpartiesandprotestmovements

3-part series on anarchism

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A lot more contemporary news stories related to the module Left Parties and Protest Movements can be found here: HERE

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Footage from Catalonia general strike

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John McDonnell on ‘governing from the radical left’

  at this event organised by The World Transformed

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RUSSIAN REVOLUTION CENTENARY: MARKING 100 YEARS SINCE THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION

This event might be of interest to those studying the Russian Revolution FULL DETAILS HERE 4 November 2017 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Congress House, London The Russian Revolution Centenary Committee is excited to announce this international all-day event … Continue reading

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On the left?

“But what would it mean to escape “the economic aspects of liberalism”? Would it mean merely high wages; universal health care and education; a right to housing; strong labor unions? To be clear, I am in favor of all of … Continue reading

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Naomi Klein interviews Jeremy Corbyn

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Is social democracy facing extinction in Europe?

One of the more surprising aspects of Labour’s strong performance in the UK’s general election is that it came at a time when social democratic parties have experienced falling support in other countries across Europe. Davide Vittori asks whether the exceptionally poor … Continue reading

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violence of austerity

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Martyrdom, the Apocalyptic Bible, and Bob Crow in Rojava

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