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Eyewitness in China

Eyewitness in China

Bahan Bacaan February 7, 2016 at 4:05 pm 0 comments

The Events in Tiananmen Square May-June 1989 The following pamphlet was written by Stephen Jolly in 1989 after the world famous events in Tiananmen Square. Stephen visited China on behalf of Militant (the forerunner to the Socialist Party). This pamphlet has recently been republished and is available from SP National […]

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90th anniversary of 1918 German revolution

90th anniversary of 1918 German revolution

Bahan Bacaan February 7, 2016 at 4:01 pm 0 comments

Below we are publishing two articles to mark the 90th anniversary of seven protestors being killed during the November 3, 1918, demonstration of mutinous sailors and striking workers in Kiel, northern Germany. This clash transformed a naval mutiny into the November revolution that challenged the very existence of capitalism in […]

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Socialism and the Environment

Socialism and the Environment

Bahan Bacaan February 7, 2016 at 3:55 pm 0 comments

This pamphlet, produced in May 2008, is a collation of material written by members of the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) in Australia, the United States and Britain. SP is the Australian section of the CWI.  Our environment is deteriorating rapidly. In the past 50 years, human activity has […]

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What is Socialism?

What is Socialism?

Bahan Bacaan February 7, 2016 at 3:50 pm 0 comments

Capitalism has developed the world significantly; however there are limits to how far it can go. For example, capitalism has not provided clean water for 1.2 billion people, or food for the 841 million people who are starving. Even in developed countries ordinary people face poverty, rising rates of depression, […]

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Workshop Talks: Socialism Made Easy

Workshop Talks: Socialism Made Easy

Bahan Bacaan February 7, 2016 at 3:46 pm 0 comments

FOREWORD In this work the author presents his own views in his own manner. Hence he employs the first person singular in preference to the impersonal ‘we’ of journalism or of official production. The articles have been written at various times in Ireland and America and have already attained a […]

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