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Marxism 2000 - from anti-capitalism to revolution -

Issue No. 1704

Starts this Friday, 7 July, central London

Marxism 2000 - from anti-capitalism to revolution 

Opening rally Speakers: Naomi Klein (author of No Logo) Chris Harman(editor of Socialist Worker) Mark Thomas(comedian and campaigner)

Friday 7 July, 7pm Friends Meeting House (opp Euston Station)

Other highlights from a week of socialist ideas and debate

Tony Benn MP, author Caroline Benn, and Lindsey German discuss Socialism in the 21st century Sunday, 2pm

Observer journalist NICK COHEN talks on Labour's establishment supporters Thursday, 7pm 

Dave Nellist, socialist councillor in Coventry, Liz Davies, Labour Party NEC, and Mark Steel, Independent columnist and London Socialist Alliance candidate, on Where is Labour going? Saturday, 11.45am

Nature or nurture: what creates gender roles? Judith Orr Saturday, 10am

How do we change history? Saturday, 11.45am 

Is Marxism just about economics? Sunday, 3.45pm

Nearly 40 courses including

  • War and militarism
  • What do we mean by class?
  • Russia: revolution and counter-revolution
  • The legacy of the 1960s
  • School students' course

Eamonn Mccann (socialist and civil rights activist in 1969 in Northern Ireland) Bloody Sunday and the British state Sunday, 3.45pm

How to organise a union Jane Elderton And Iftikhar Ul-Haq Thursday, 3.45pm

Asylum seekers and immigration Julie Waterson Saturday, 10am

After Stephen Lawrence: how do we get justice? Paul Foot, Jim Wills and Victor Sylvester Tuesday, 7pm

Will racism always exist? Weyman Bennett Monday, 3.45pm

ENTERTAINMENT Free every night!

  • plays 
  • comedy
  • films 
  • bands

COME ALONG to the conference Marxism 2000 takes place Friday 7 July-14 July Tickets available from the registration desk at University of London Union, Malet Street, London WC1 (Goodge Street/Russell Square/Euston Tube)

Final Rally - Maria Styllou, Paul Foot, Chris Bambery Friends Meeting House, Friday 14 July, 2pm

Plus Bookmarks Superstore-

London's biggest socialist bookshop comes to MARXISM 2000 Prices lWeek 43 (38 unwaged)

Weekend 30 (26 unwaged) 12 a day l6 a session

Further details phone 020 7538 2707 or click here

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Sat 8 Jul 2000, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1704
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