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John Molyneux
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Imperialism, Russia and Syria
Imperialism, Russia and Syria John Molyneux and Memet Uludag First published in Irish Marxist Review 21. The question of Syria
and attitudes to Western intervention, Russian intervention, the Syrian
Revolution and the Assad regime have generated much heated...
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1968: Revolutionary Year
1968:   Revolutionary year John Molyneux First published in Irish Marxist Review 21.  As Marx says at the beginning of The
Communist Manifesto the class struggle which runs through history is ‘an
uninterrupted, now hidden, now open fight’. It does not move ...
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My Journey Through 1968 . First posted on Rebel -the New Socialist Websight rebelnews.ie
Remembering 1968 John Molyneux ‘It was the best of times! It was the worst of times!’ No! Actually it was the best of times – closer to Wordsworth
(‘Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, And to be young was very heaven’) than
to Dickens.   At least that is...
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Lenin:The State - and Revolution Today
This is Chapter Three of my book Lenin For Today. Chapter 3: The State - and Revolution Today  The
State and Revolution is the most famous
and important of all Lenin’s many works. Its importance to Lenin can be judged
by when it was written – in August and ...
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Lenin for Today Booklaunch Dublin, 3.10.2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZDGXGHJ1Nk&feature=share
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How They Speak to Us
The 1% who run this society, the capitalist ruling class,
speak to the rest of us i.e. the general public, a majority of whom are working
class, mainly through the media, that is via a series of intermediaries –
politicians, TV producers and presenters, new...
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Does Leninism lead to Stalinism?
Does Leninism lead to Stalinism? John Molyneux This is a chapter from my forthcoming book on Lenin for Today and has also been published in Irish Marxist Review 17. The Nightmare of
Stalinism Joseph Stalin ruled the Soviet Union as its absolute
dictator fro...
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State, Law and the Guards
State, Law and the Guards First published in Irish Socialist Worker. One of the key ideas, tenaciously defended by the entire
political establishment and ALL the mainstream media is that the law courts,
the judges and the police are neutral. By ‘neutral’ th...
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The Horror of Tuam
THE HORROR OF TUAM Written for Irish Socialist Worker. Murder by neglect; religious bigotry; vicious class prejudice
- these are the ingredients that lie behind the horrible crimes of Tuam. Nobody now will dare to defend what was done. The ‘casual’
or was i...
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