Stephen Shenfield

Born 1950 in London. Joined SPGB at age 16. Several years in Government Statistical Service, then Soviet Studies at University of Birmingham. Taught International Relations at Brown University, Providence, RI, USA. Author of ‘Russian Fascism’ (2000). Translator from Russian. Currently general secretary of World Socialist Party of the US.

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  1. A useful on-the-spot source of information about the protests is the website lausan.hk. It is created by people who support the protest movement but oppose alignment with Britain or the US. One thing I learned from this source is that the protests are not only for political democracy but also for improvements in living conditions. In one district, for instance, there have been protests against high rents.

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