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Events and New Additions to the Website

Forthcoming Meetings

WAKEFIELD - William Morris: Revolutionary Socialist or Utopian Dreamer? Saturday, 27th FEBRUARY 2016 - 1:00pm. Bill Martin will be among those contributing to this forum hosted by Wakefield Socialist History Group.

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LONDON CLAPHAM - Chartism, Working Class Politics and Leadership Sunday, 6th March 2016 - 3:00pm. A talk by Colin Skelly

BRIGHTON - Thoughts on Religion and Socialism Tuesday, 8th March 2016 - 7:45pm. A Group Discussion

Events and New Additions to the Website

Events and New Additions to the Website

Meetings for FEBRUARY and MARCH 2016

MANCHESTER- Discussion on Climate Change Saturday, 20th February 2016 - 2:00pm

WAKEFIELD- William Morris: Revolutionary Socialist or Utopian Dreamer? Saturday, 27th February 2016 - 1:00pm. Bill Martin will be among those contributing to this forum hosted by Wakefield Socialist History Group.

LONDON- Chartism, Working Class Politics and Leadership Sunday, 6th March 2016 - 3:00pm. A talk by Colin Skelly

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Recent Additions to the SOCIALIST STANDARD archive THE FAR-EAST China in World Capitalism http://www.worldsocialism.org/spgb/socialist-standard/1980s/1986/no-988-december-1986/china-world-capitalism (Paul Bennett, December 1986) It will take more than a few racist remarks by the Duke of Edinburgh to put a damper on the Queen's visit to China. A spokesman for the Chinese ruling class tactfully claimed to know nothing of the Duke's clanger, signalling that the real purpose of the visit was not a journalists' jamboree but talks about sales and business. Fighting the Tiger

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Recent Additions to the SOCIALIST STANDARD archive

THE FAR-EAST

China in World Capitalism (Paul Bennett, December 1986)

It will take more than a few racist remarks by the Duke of Edinburgh to put a damper on the Queen's visit to China. A spokesman for the Chinese ruling class tactfully claimed to know nothing of the Duke's clanger, signalling that the real purpose of the visit was not a journalists' jamboree but talks about sales and business.

Fighting the Tiger (John Bissett, February 1997)

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