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THE 1926 BRITISH GENERAL STRIKE.

Previously I have dealt with the often sectarian nature of calls for general strikes. [see ‘Sectarianism and the question of a General Strike’.] In a later article I presented a brief over-view of the UK social and economic ferment around … Continue reading

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THE GENERAL STRIKE: Myth and Misconception.

It is perhaps not surprising in the present circumstances, that the idea of a General Strike is being discussed by many on the left. Indeed some such actions have already taken place in Greece and Spain. However, it is important … Continue reading

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‘PATIENCE: THE FIRST CONDITION OF LEARNING ANYTHING – STUDYING A MATTER THOROUGHLY.’

“..Patience – the first condition of learning anything – studying a matter thoroughly.” (Letter: Marx to Sorge. 1881.) Whilst there is general agreement among revolutionary anti-capitalists that from a human, ecological and environmental perspective, there is a need to get … Continue reading

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