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the dignity of chartism

The Dignity of Chartism

Dorothy Thompson’s writing on Chartism showed early working-class politics as it really was, a real challenge to the ruling class of the time, argues John Westmoreland

  • Written by John Westmoreland
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Who is Charlie?

Emmanuel Todd’s Who is Charlie? reveals connections between Islamophobia and moves to the right in France, finds Lindsey German

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Book Reviews

The necessary gravedigger

Socialism is back on the agenda as an alternative social model in Lebowitz's Socialist Imperative, but we cannot do without the revolutionary party, argues Kit Klarenberg

  • Written by Kit Klarenberg
  • Category: Book Reviews
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NHS For Sale: Myths, Lies and Deception

The NHS is being privatised behind the backs of the public, as NHS for Sale shows, and we must make this central to the fight against austerity, argues Joanne Land

  • Written by Joanne Land
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future

Can technology on its own bring about a better society, as Paul Mason’s PostCapitalism suggests, or do we need revolutionary politics, asks Sean Ledwith

  • Written by Sean Ledwith
  • Category: Book Reviews
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Pro Bono?

Governments and corporate leaders want us to think that capitalist philanthropy is the way forward, but Mikkel Thorup’s Pro Bono is right to disagree, argues Dulcinea Wilkes

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The Story of Baby P

The Story of Baby P is a shocking account of how the media scapegoated social workers, revealing the depth of tabloid hatred for our social services, argues Elaine Graham-Leigh

  • Written by Elaine Graham-Leigh
  • Category: Book Reviews

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