Xmas 2017 gifts for libcommers?

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Nov 29 2017 23:52
Xmas 2017 gifts for libcommers?

It's that time of year again. What personal political products; books, DVDs etc. would libcommers like for Xmas? Any recommended books of the year?

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Nov 30 2017 09:35

https://www.lwbooks.co.uk/book/weimar-communism

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Weimar Communism as Mass Movement 1918-1933

A quarter of a century after the opening of the archives in Berlin and Moscow, the role of the German Communist Party (KPD) is the subject of a new wave of studies. This book makes this new field of scholarship available in English for the first time.

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Nov 30 2017 10:55
jondwhite wrote:
It's that time of year again. What personal political products; books, DVDs etc. would libcommers like for Xmas?

are you offering?

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Nov 30 2017 18:47
petey wrote:
jondwhite wrote:
It's that time of year again. What personal political products; books, DVDs etc. would libcommers like for Xmas?

are you offering?

I would have never guessed Santa was a SPGBer. Could you renew my subscription to the socialist standard?

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Dec 1 2017 00:48

Hard copies of G.D.H. Cole complete A history of socialist thought - G.D.H. Cole

plus this:

Trampling Out the Vintage: Cesar Chavez and the Two Souls of the United Farm Workers
by Frank Bardacke

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Trampling Out the Vintage is the authoritative account of the rise and fall of the United Farm Workers and its most famous and controversial leader, Cesar Chavez. Based on many years of interviews—with farm workers, organizers, and the opponents and friends of the UFW—the book tells a story of collective action and empowerment rich in evocative detail and stirring human interest. Beginning with the influence of the ideas of Saul Alinsky and Catholic Social Action at the union's founding, through the UFW’s thrilling triumphs in the California fields, the drama concludes with the debilitating internal struggles that left the union a shadow of its former self.