‘Bureaucratic Centralism or Democratic Centralism? – The SWP vs. Lenin’ was written by Ian Land for the IS Group in 1994, and included in the first publication of the... More > group, Democracy and the SWP. Unkant are happy to republish it now, nearly 20 years on, as it seems completely relevant to the crisis the SWP now finds itself in.< Less
Take a typical farming community, set deep in the heart of a Ukraine that time has forgotten and try to impose Communism. Set somewhere in the mid 1960s, at the height of the Cold War, the book... More > follows an irreverent family’s battle of wits with the authorities, throughout a typical summer. Throw in a debauched actress, a mad bee keeper and a self-styled war hero and see what happens.< Less
In the middle years of the 20th century Frannk Fried produced concerts and tours for some of the most influential and profitable musical acts of the day, such as Pete Seeger, the Beatles, Frank... More > Zappa, Miriam Makeba, the Chad Mitchell Trio, Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones. Not many listeners knew that this pop music impresario had started out as a socialist revolutionary -- a heritage he tried to honor throughout a tumultuous show business career.< Less
This is the true story about my life living then discovering my love addiction. The hardest part of having an addiction is admitting that I have one.
After living my whole life of not knowing that... More > I was a love addict, it took the love and friendship of a special girl who herself was a drug addict to help me realize and get help for my addiction.
This book is a sequel to my first book “Love Me By September” It is about the atypical love relationship that I had for her. The struggle of my addiction of trying to win her love, sacrificing my self-worth while she too suffered from her addiction of drugs.
Unknown to both of us, our addictions were intermingled and were both affecting each other, others and ourselves.
In the end, I hope that my book will create awareness of the dangers of all addictions.
Our addictions don’t affection only ourselves, it affects the people that love us.
Lenin John :)< Less
This is the true story, a memoir of my personal day-to-day life from July to September 2007. Originally, the purpose of this book was to be a guide for guys to help them with their dating lives... More > through reading and following the successes and mistakes that I had interacting with girls. However, as the book evolved it turned into a fantastic story of how a relationship between two people grew.
It is me, looking for my first girlfriend, based on my journal, notes, e-mails, text messages, Facebook messages, phone conversations and memories of events.< Less
Lenin wrote The State and Revolution in August and September 1917, when he was in hiding from persecution of the Provisional Government. The need for such a theoretical work as this was mentioned by... More > Lenin in the second half of 1916. It was then that he wrote his note on "The Youth International", in which he criticised Bukharin's position on the question of the state and promised to write a detailed article on what he thought to be the Marxist attitude to the state. In a letter to A. M. Kollontai on February 17 (N.S.), 1917, he said that he had almost got ready material on that question . This material was written in a small blue-covered notebook headed "Marxism on the State". In it Lenin had collected quotations from the works of Marx and Engels, and extracts from the books by Kautsky, Pannekoek and Bernstein with his own critical notes, conclusions and generalisations.< Less
The aim of this study is to gain a wider knowledge of 'interculturality' by analysing intergenerational conflict through language socialization between first and second generation migrants in Spanish... More > Speaking Latino (SSL) communities in London. The research has a particular focus on the Colombian Diasporic Community, investigating the manner in which first and second generation Colombian migrants use culturally appropriate address terms to access and activate membership into Colombian Diasporic working communities in London. A consequence of the trend of community membership is the initiation of a chain which encompasses both first and second generation Colombian migrants as members of these diasporic communities. Through language socialization first and second generation migrants activate social, cultural and linguistic values whereby they negotiate, construct, and renew these values and identities through communication.< Less