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The Holistic Manifesto: Centre-Left Policies for the Twenty-First Century By E. P. Anthony
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E.P. Anthony, an economist and trader focuses on the political economy of inequality and the decline of centre-left parties in this manifesto. His analysis will especially appeal to readers in the... More > Anglo-Saxon economies of the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand where inequality has increased most rapidly. The manifesto summarizes recent literature on inequality, including the best-selling books by Thomas Piketry, Chrystia Freeland, and Joseph Stiglitz, in an accessible way. However, while those books provide great analysis, Anthony focuses on radical but feasible policy solutions to the problems of inequality and political disengagement.< Less
The Holistic Manifesto: Centre-Left Policies for the Twenty-First Century By E. P. Anthony
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E.P. Anthony, an economist, trader and wealth manager focuses on the political economy of inequality and the decline of centre-left parties in the developed world in this manifesto. His analysis... More > will especially appeal to readers in the Anglo-Saxon economies of the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand where inequality has increased most rapidly. The manifesto summarizes recent literature on inequality in an accessible way, including the best-selling books by Thomas Piketry, Chrystia Freeland, and Joseph Stiglitz. However, while those books provide great analysis, Anthony proposes solutions, including how to: prevent another global financial crisis; stimulate economic productivity and growth; and take wide-ranging action to reduce inequality...< Less
The Groene Voltage - A Temporary Autonomous Zone in Rotterdam By Needle Collective
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The Groene Voltage was a squatted social centre in Rotterdam, the Netherlands from 2006 to 2007. In its brief lifetime it acted as a temporary autonomous zone, hosting many events. The Voltage was a... More > free shop, a bar, a cafe, a film night, a hacklab, a meeting place and most of all a social hub for the radical left. This pamphlet is an account by one member of the collective looking at what the social centre accomplished and what it could have done better.< Less
The Visitors By Karen Woods
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When her gangster boyfriend Tim is sent down, Susie Jones’ life is thrown into turmoil. Left to run his criminal empire, Susie finds solace in new acquaintances made in Strangeways... More > Visitors’ Centre with unforeseen consequences.< Less
Sands By Jack Handley
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'Sands' is a book of rhyming poetry, many of which also feature in the narrated e-book Left of Centre. Favourites include You don't need tears to cry, Bobby Sands, Cryonics and many more.
Russia's Brand Book By Andrey Khazin
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Icons of Russia is a unique international multimedia project dedicated to the most significant events, companies and people who have left an indelible mark on Russian history. The project is centred... More > on the Icons of Russia book, with over 200 expertly illustrated pages that tell the reader about the most important things that Russia has given to world culture.< Less
Revolutionary Strategy By Mike Macnair
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The free market triumphalism of the 1990s is over. Early 21st century capitalism looks like Karl Marx’s description: growing extremes of wealth and poverty, and irrepressible boom-bust cycles.... More > But for the moment, rightwing religious and nationalist nostalgia politics is the main beneficiary of the opposition this has spawned. The political left remains in the shadow of its disastrous failures in the 20th century. The centre-left - where it has not joined forces with the neoliberal right - clings to nationalist and bureaucratic-statist nostalgia for the social-democratic Cold War era. The far left clings to the coat-tails of the centre-left. It cannot unite itself - let alone anyone else - because it is unwilling to reinterrogate the ideas of the early Communist International, especially on the ‘revolutionary party’. To move beyond this impasse we need to re-examine critically the strategic ideas of socialists since Marx and Engels’ time. This book begins the task.< Less
Revolutionary Strategy By Mike Macnair
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The free market triumphalism of the 1990s is over. Early 21st century capitalism looks like Karl Marx’s description: growing extremes of wealth and poverty, and irrepressible boom-bust cycles.... More > But for the moment, rightwing religious and nationalist nostalgia politics is the main beneficiary of the opposition this has spawned. The political left remains in the shadow of its disastrous failures in the 20th century. The centre-left - where it has not joined forces with the neoliberal right - clings to nationalist and bureaucratic-statist nostalgia for the social-democratic Cold War era. The far left clings to the coat-tails of the centre-left. It cannot unite itself - let alone anyone else - because it is unwilling to reinterrogate the ideas of the early Communist International, especially on the ‘revolutionary party’. To move beyond this impasse we need to re-examine critically the strategic ideas of socialists since Marx and Engels’ time. This book begins the task.< Less
Palmyra By Sören Norrby
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Palmyra was once called the Bride of the Desert. Today Palmyra is a collection of silent, empty ruins left in an unforgiving desert. Palmyra was once an important trading city within the Roman... More > empire. Through Palmyra passed goods from Persia on its way to the Roman heartland. The city bustled with life and commerce. Caravans arrived and caravans left. Palmyra was also a religious centre. Animals and possibly humans were sacred to the gods. In this book is captured what Palmyra looks and feels like today. 2000 years of history feels very close to you. Will we be able to build something that lasts in eternity?< Less
Useful Bazaar By Sally Jennings
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Just drop everything and take off? This is the journey of a woman who left the wilderness of Canada for six months on a small rock in the Mediterranean. What drew her to Malta were the ancient... More > temples, the oldest free-standing buildings in the world, the Baroque splendour of Valletta, and Malta’s position in the centre of the Mediterranean, with Africa on one side and Europe on the other – a place of infinite possibilities. She worked in heritage restoration until the stone dust ran in her veins and she could swear in Maltese.< Less

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