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The only living SPGBer in New York City.
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<i>It's always warm in a bank</i> (1974)
From the August 1974 issue of the Socialist Standard A building of strong architecture with a fine oak door and shiny brass. In winter the snow is cleared from its doors. Inside we find leather-upholstered seating and the smell of polished wood and floors. ...
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Inflation: the Theories and the Facts (1974)
From the September 1974 issue of the Socialist Standard Along with explaining what inflation is and why it happens, another question presents itself today. Why is it that a problem fairly widely understood half a century ago now completely baffles the major...
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Terrorism versus terrorism (2001)
Editorial from the October 2001 issue of the Socialist Standard Usama bin Laden’s photograph has been splashed across every newspaper front page in the world. He has replaced Saddam Hussein as the World’s No. 1 Mad Man. Already there is a $10 million price ...
Terrorism versus terrorism (2001)
Terrorism versus terrorism (2001)
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<i>'Vote For Them But . . . '</i> (1974)
From the November 1974 issue of the Socialist Standard The publicity organizers of the International Socialists certainly know how to produce an election poster to catch everyone’s eyes. Their technique is so simple too, even the most politically apathetic ...
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Charity (1959)
 From the January 1959 issue of the Socialist Standard A giant activity prevails in modern society, one that approaches people in their places of employment, stops them on street corners, enters their homes, reaches them through the mail and over the teleph...
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Class Collaboration in Communist China (1959)
From the February 1959 issue of the Socialist Standard [The Trade Union Law of the People's Republic of China makes strikes illegal.] “New China” is not a Socialist country. Despite the claims of the Chinese Communists that the working-class of China has ac...
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Class Collaboration in Communist China (1959)
From the February 1959 issue of the Socialist Standard [The Trade Union Law of the People's Republic of China makes strikes illegal.] “New China” is not a Socialist country. Despite the claims of the Chinese Communists that the working-class of China has ac...
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To The Working Class of Great Britain by Frederick Engels (1959)
Engels as a young man. From the March 1959 issue of the Socialist Standard Working men! To you I dedicate a work in which I have tried to lay before my German Countrymen a faithful picture of your condition, of your sufferings and struggles, of your hopes a...
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To The Working Class of Great Britain (1959)
Engels as a young man. From the March 1959 issue of the Socialist Standard Working men! To you I dedicate a work in which I have tried to lay before my German Countrymen a faithful picture of your condition, of your sufferings and struggles, of your hopes a...
To The Working Class of Great Britain (1959)
To The Working Class of Great Britain (1959)
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Sidelight on Engels (1959)
From the March 1959 issue of the Socialist Standard Marx’s lifelong friend rarely refers to his own distinct activity and personality in his writings. For information concerning Engels’ personality we must have recourse to those who were acquainted with him...
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