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Solidarité: Journal of the Radical Left #2 By Solidarité
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Solidarité is a non-tendency anti-capitalist journal, self-published by workers and students, which focuses on leftist theory, politics, and philosophy.
Solidarité: Journal of the Radical Left #2 By Solidarité
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Solidarité is a non-tendency anti-capitalist journal, self-published by workers and students, which focuses on leftist theory, politics, and philosophy.
Here Lies By H. W. Guernsey
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An ironic little story about a practical communist who taught his friend when to take him seriously. Chauncey knocked the dottle out of his corncob and briefly startled Old Shep by inquiring... More > unemotionally, "Will you never finish that blasted stick?" Approximately 1600 words in length.< Less
Ideal Commonwealths: Five Utopias By LogoStar Press
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The five utopias in this anthology are imaginary islands with a perfect social, legal, and political system. Plutarch's "Lycurgus," Thomas Morus'"Utopia," Francis Bacon's... More > "New Atlantis," Tommaso Campanella's "City of the Sun," and Joseph Hall's "Mundus Alter et Idem" all have in common a few mythical archetypes inscribed in most cultures of the world. They resurge with special vitality when people are in difficult and critical times. However, the projection of the utopian myth of an ideal world in these five masterpeces does not take place towards the remote past, but either towards the future or towards distant and fictional places. How distant or fictional they are is up to the reader.< Less
Nietzsche's Birthday By Ken Clay
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Stories of radical activism and workshop life set in the North West of England in the 1960s, 70s and 80s
Ideal Commonwealths: Five Utopias By LogoStar Press
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The five utopias in this anthology are imaginary islands with a perfect social, legal, and political system. Plutarch's "Lycurgus," Thomas Morus'"Utopia," Francis Bacon's... More > "New Atlantis," Tommaso Campanella's "City of the Sun," and Joseph Hall's "Mundus Alter et Idem" all have in common a few mythical archetypes inscribed in most cultures of the world. They resurge with special vitality when people are in difficult and critical times. However, the projection of the utopian myth of an ideal world in these five masterpeces does not take place towards the remote past, but either towards the future or towards distant and fictional places. How distant or fictional they are is up to the reader.< Less
Nietzsche's Birthday By Ken Clay
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Stories of radical activism and workshop life in Northern England around 1960 to 1980
Early Hutterian Anabaptism:The Writings Of Ulrich Stadler By Ulrich Stadler
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A collection of sermons of an earlier Hutterian preacher which give an excellent overview of the beliefs of this remarkable communist religious sect.
Are You a Revolutionary or a Reactionary - 500 Questions to Help You Find Out By Revolutionary Books
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This book is essentially a guidebook to help you identify your revolutionary dispositions. It also helps you identify reactionary elements that you need to cleanse from your life. For all of the... More > questions a Yes answer is the revolutionary response while a No is the reactionary one.< Less
Cuba, Then, Now and the Future By Stephen Reed,BS.,Rel,MS.Theo,MSW, Paralegal, Legal Assistant
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Cuba was colonized, together with the rest of the Caribbean, in the 4th millennium BC.[9] The oldest known archaeological site is Levisa, in eastern Cuba which dates from 3100 BC.[10] A wider... More > distribution of sites date from after 2000 BC, represented by the Cayo Redondo and Guayabo Blanco cultures in western Cuba. These cultures emphasized ground stone tools and ornamentals, as well as shell tools. A peculiar artifact were the gladioluses which were some dagger-like objects which probably had some ceremonial role.[11] The subsistence was based on fishing, hunting and collecting wild plants.[11] The indigenous Guanajatabey, who had inhabited the island for centuries, were driven to the west of Cuba by the arrival of two subsequent waves of migrants, the Taíno and Ciboney. These people, sometimes referred to as the neo-Taíno nations,[12] had migrated north along the Caribbean island chain.< Less

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