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It’s participation, stupid

Rachel Brooks discusses participation in revolutionary organisations inspired by Pretti Kaur’s article in The Exchange

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Building the revolutionary project

Preeti Kaur discusses participation, oppression, and the revolutionary project

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The People’s Assembly: what might ‘building from below’ really mean?

Luke Cooper discusses the potential and pitfalls of this Saturday’s People’s Assembly Against Austerity The People’s Assembly has resulted in a considerable bout of energetic debate on the British left, ranging from the super-supportive, to the cynically-critical, and those, on […]

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Beyond the Fragments: Autonomist Feminism

The following is the first of the transcripts of speeches from the recent Beyond the Fragments event in Manchester. Here Jess Winterson of Plan C looks at autonomist feminism, the Wages For Housework campaign of the 1970s and their implications for today. […]

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Learning the lessons from Beyond the Fragments

Yesterday (8 June) was a rare sunny Saturday in Manchester yet 45 people decided to spend the day at The University of Manchester to discuss feminism, socialism and the state at the movement at an all day event titled Beyond the […]

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‘No2EU’ revisited: unpicking the arguments of British left nationalism

Natalie Silverstein critiques the policies and arguments of No2EU

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Updating Rosa Luxemburg

Ingo Schmidt explains what the revolutionary left today can learn from the politics of Rosa Luxemburg.

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Nowhere fast? A brief critique of the Accelerationist Manifesto

A review of the Accelerationist Manifesto, by J D Taylor.

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