Why you should be a socialist: The case for a new Socialist Party ePub download
by Paul Foot
- ISBN: 0905998014
- ISBN13: 978-0905998015
- ePub: 1781 kb | FB2: 1448 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Socialist Workers Party; First Edition edition (1977)
- Pages: 93
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 388
- Format: lit docx azw lrf
Can you have socialism in one country? Is the Communist Party travelling towards socialism? . Chapter 8 WANTED – A NEW SOCIALIST PARTY Why is it wanted? What does it do? Doesn’t it lead to more bureaucracy?
Can you have socialism in one country? Is the Communist Party travelling towards socialism? Chapter 7 THE CHALLENGE OF THE RANK AND FILE Can the workers make a revolution? Aren’t they backward and apathetic? Chapter 8 WANTED – A NEW SOCIALIST PARTY Why is it wanted? What does it do? Doesn’t it lead to more bureaucracy? What socialist grouping can build a real socialist party? Where and how do you join? Top of the page. Last updated on 19 August 2016.
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Paul Mackintosh Foot (8 November 1937 – 18 July 2004) was a British investigative journalist, political campaigner, author, and long-time member of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). Foot was born in Haifa, Palestine, during the British mandate.
Foot wrote Red Shelley, a book which exalted the radical politics of.The Case for Socialism: What the Socialist Workers Party Stands For, (1990), London: Bookmarks, ISBN 05998-74-X.
Foot wrote Red Shelley, a book which exalted the radical politics of Shelley's poetry. He was a bibliophile, following in the steps of his grandfather Isaac and uncle Michael. He also wrote a book about the radical union leader A. J. Cook. Awards and campaign journalism. Why You Should Be a Socialist: The Case For the New Socialist Workers Party, (1977), London: Socialist Workers Party, ISBN 05998-01-4. Words as Weapons: Selected Writing 1980–1990, (1990), London: Verso
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Paul Foot (8 November 1937 – 18 July 2004) was an English journalist and socialist. He was the son of Lord Caradon and the nephew of Michael Foot
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Foot originally joined the International Socialists, organisational forerunner of the Socialist Workers Party ( SWP), when he was a cub reporter in Glasgow in the early 1960s. He continued to write a regular column for the "Socialist Worker" until he died. Apart from his greatly respected work as a campaigning journalist, he was also known as an extraordinarily entertaining and gripping orator.
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