Socialist Register 2013: The Question of Strategy

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LeftStreamed·Feb 9, 2013

Moderated by Leo Panitch. Presentations by Joan Sangster and Meg Luxton: “Feminism, co-optation and the problems of amnesia: a response to Nancy Fraser.” Recorded in Toronto 31 January 2013.

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Presentations by – Sam Gindin: Rethinking unions, registering socialism; Stephen Hellman: Whatever happened to Italian communism? Lucio Magri’s The Tailor of Ulm; John S. Saul: On taming a revolution: the South African case. Recorded in Toronto 31 January 2013.

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Presentation by – Greg Albo: The crisis and economic alternatives. Recorded in Toronto 31 January 2013.

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Law of Value 10: Price and Value by Brendan M. Cooney

Gar Alperovitz: America Beyond Capitalism

Richard D. Wolff: Capitalism Vs Socialism, interviewed by Cindy Sheehan

Socialism: Our Alternative To The Madness Of The Market by Eric Ruder

The Wobblies (1979)

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