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Dominic Alexander

Dominic Alexander is a member of Counterfire, for which he is the book review editor. He has been a Stop the War and anti-austerity activist in north London for some time. He is a published historian whose work includes the book Saints and Animals in the Middle Ages, a social history of medieval wonder tales

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Weakness and Deceit: America and El Salvador's Dirty War 26 January 2017
Imperialist rivalries and the First World War - the world of the Russian Revolution: 07 January 2017
A festival of re-distribution: the real spirit of Christmas 16 December 2016
The Leveller Revolution: Radical Political Organisation in England 1640-1650 24 November 2016
Race and Class: The Colour of Struggle 1950s-1980s 15 September 2016
A Hidden History Of The Cuban Revolution: How the Working Class Shaped the Guerillas' Victory 04 August 2016
Wall Street’s Think Tank 21 July 2016
The Lords of Human Kind 14 April 2016
The Conquest of Bread 24 March 2016
The Encyclopedia of the Dead 30 December 2015
They are coming here because we were there 17 September 2015
Fatal Fortnight: Arthur Ponsonby and the Fight for British Neutrality in 1914 30 July 2015
Ten reasons why the story of Magna Carta is about rebellion 13 June 2015
Magna Carta: a tradition of rebellion 07 June 2015
E. P. Thompson and the Making of the New Left: Essays and Polemics 22 May 2015
Ten lies told about World War I 09 November 2014
The Darkest Days: The Truth Behind Britain’s Rush to War, 1914 07 November 2014
Capitalism: A Ghost Story 22 October 2014
Hell’s Kitchen and the Battle for Urban Space: Class Struggles and Progressive Reform in New York City 20 August 2014
The Shadow of Recent Wars: Historians and the Origins of World War I 08 May 2014

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