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Die Gedanken der herrschenden Klasse sind in jeder Epoche die herrschenden Gedanken (The ideas of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas) One of the truly remarkable feats of public opinion management is to be seen in the widespread belief that the foundational violence of the USSR

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Dr Conor McCabe speaks at the launch of 'Money' in Connolly Books in November. Credit: Donal Higgins.
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Money is a weapon and the Left needs to understand it to fight back. Michael Taft reviews one of this year’s presents of choice for the activist in your life: Money by Conor McCabe.

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To commemorate the 193rd anniversary of the death of English Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley on 8th July 1822, Kevin Squires reviews a recent graphic novel that weaves the story of Shelley’s radical poem The Masque of Anarchy with the life of Pauline Newman, a socialist organiser who was active

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The Art of Revolution
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From contemporary Mexico to Weimar Germany, Kevin Squires takes a look at some of Verso Books’ recent graphic novels.

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Edited by Nick Buxton and Ben Hayes (Pluto Press). Reviewed by Daniel Deering

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Deaglán de Breadún (Merrion Press). Reviewed by Patrick Murphy.

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Against the Wind: Diary of a Dissident Dubliner, J.A. O’brien, Sid Hara Publishers

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The avant-garde of the Bolsheviks was showcased in an exhibition of the work of El Lissitzky in Dublin this summer, Jane Burke reports.

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