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Educate Agitate Organise: a magazine for student activists

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Workers' Liberty Students
Educate Agitate Organise is a magazine produced by Workers' Liberty students. It will be on sale at the 2015 National Union of Students conference.

Educate Agitate Organise is a magazine produced by Workers' Liberty students. It will be on sale at the 2015 National Union of Students conference. It costs £2.

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Imagining the Future: Ideas for Freedom 2015

Ideas for Freedom is the annual weekend of socialist education, discussion and debate hosted by Workers' Liberty. This year it runs from the evening of Thursday 2 July to the afternoon of Sunday 5 July, and takes place mainly at Birkbeck University in London.

Ideas for Freedom is the annual weekend of socialist education, discussion and debate hosted by Workers' Liberty. This year it runs from the evening of Thursday 2 July to the afternoon of Sunday 5 July, and takes place mainly at Birkbeck University in London.

The main theme of the event will be visions of and ideas about a post-capitalist, egalitarian, liberated future - and how to fight for it.

Weekend tickets bought before 1 May are £30 waged, £15 low-waged/university students, £6 unwaged/school or college students.

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Workers' Liberty summer camp (West Yorkshire, 21-24 August 2015)

Members and friends of Workers' Liberty are organising a summer event at Height Gate farm, near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.

21 - 24 August, Height Gate farm, near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire (Hebden Bridge rail station has trains running from Leeds and Manchester)

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New collection on climate change, capitalism and working-class struggle

"For workers' climate action - capitalism, climate change and working-class struggle" is a new pamphlet collecting together articles and reviews from Workers' Liberty.

Workers' Liberty has produced a new collection of articles and reviews on the fight against dangerous climate change, capitalism and workers' organisation and struggle.

The pamphlet is 45 pages. Contents include:

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Women's oppression, feminism and the left - a book of readings

"Women's oppression, feminism and the left" is a collection of readings about socialist feminist ideas, other forms of feminism and how women's liberation fits in with socialist politics.

"Women's oppression, feminism and the left" is a collection of readings about socialist feminist ideas, other forms of feminism and how women's liberation fits in with socialist politics.

Contents:
Part 1: Feminist theories today
A: Second wave feminism
B: Liberal and Radical Feminism
C. Anarcha-feminism
D: Socialist feminism
E: Judith Butler
F: Third wave: go global and be intersectional
G: Sex work

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Pamphlet on Syriza, the revolutionary left and the class struggle in Greece

A Workers' Liberty pamphlet presenting interviews and discussions with many different groups on the Greek left.

"Greece 2012-2014: views and reports from the Greek left" is a new Workers' Liberty pamphlet presenting interviews and discussions with many different groups in the Greek left and labour movement, plus an editorial article from 7 January 2015, by Greek socialist Theodora Polenta, explaining the new political crisis there.

60 pages (A4). £4. Buy online here:

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The Fate of the Russian Revolution: Lost Texts of Critical Marxism, volume 1

Buy new e-book edition, or the printed book. Or download the introduction (145 pages) free.

By Max Shachtman, Hal Draper, C L R James, Leon Trotsky and others, with an introduction by Sean Matgamna. 608 pages. £8 post free. Buy print edition online or send a cheque for £8, payable to AWL, to AWL, 20E Tower Workshops, Riley Road, London SE1 3DG.





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Click here to download a study guide to The Fate of the Russian Revolution as a pdf.

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Autocollants: the public face of the activist

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Beth Redmond

Workers' Liberty has produced a set autocollants (political stickers, widely used in other countries but not until now in Britain: see here)

In his book on autocollants, Zvonimir Novak argues that in France, progressively over the last 40 years, the autocollant has become the “means of expression of those who do not have access to the mainstream media”.

Buy a batch of the new Workers' Liberty autocollants, and get your socialist message out and about!

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Capital reading group, London

UCLU Study Space, 2nd Floor, 25 Gordon Street, WC1H 0AY

We will be meeting weekly to discuss Karl Marx's Capital, volume one, on a study course organised by Workers' Liberty.

We will be meeting on Fridays, starting on 30 January, at 6pm, for about an hour and a half, at the study space at UCLU. The course runs 11 weeks.

Meeting weekly in central London to discuss Karl Marx's Capital, volume one, on a study course organised by Workers' Liberty.

The miners' strike 1984-5: class against class

The second edition of "The miners' strike 1984-5: class against class" includes:

  • A detailed week-by-week history of the strike
  • Photos by John Harris and newspaper front pages from the time
  • The story of "Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners"
  • Analysis and comment after the strike

Buy online here!

New edition, expanded and improved. Buy online here.