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Marxism 2002


Issue No. 1807

Thousands of people from Britain and across the world will be gathering in London over the coming week at one of the most exciting socialist events of the year.

There will be hundreds of forums, debates and discussions. Make sure you don't miss out.


MARXISM 2002 takes place between Friday 5 July and Friday 12 July. Tickets are available from the event's registration desk in University of London Union, Malet Street, London WC1 (Goodge Street tube or Euston tube/station)


Week £40 waged (£35 unwaged/£17 school or FE students) Weekend £30 waged (£26 unwaged/£12 school or FE students). Tickets £13 per day/£7 per session. For more details contact 020 7538 2707 or go to


How do we fight fascism? Julie Waterson, Shahid Malik & Bart Griffoenden Saturday 11.45am

The new imperialism Tariq Ali & John Rees Saturday 2pm

How can Palestine be free? Ghada Karmi, Jeremy Corbyn & John Rose Saturday 3.45pm

Racism in contemporary Britain Hassan Mahamdallie & Aamer Anwer Saturday 7pm

Shakespeare Mike Rosen Saturday 7pm

Marxism & terrorism Judith Orr Sunday 10am

The future of the brain Steven Rose Sunday 3.45pm

The rising in Argentina Chris Harman & Roberto Saenz Sunday 7pm

Making a drama of politics Ronan Bennett Sunday 7pm

Byron: lord & rebel Mark Steel Monday 2pm

The Democrats: the strange death of liberal America Mike Davis Monday 3.45pm

Women & the sexual revolution Julie Waterson Monday 7pm

Frank Sinatra: when old blue eyes was a red Martin Smith Monday 7pm

Debate: no platform for fascism? Pat Stack & Nick Cohen Tuesday 7pm

Cuba: the last socialist society? Mike Gonzalez Wednesday 2pm

Building the resistance Mark Serwotka, Paul Mackney, Jeremy Corbyn & Chris Nineham Wednesday 7pm

Shelley in Ireland Paul Foot & Paul O'Brien Wednesday 7pm

Marx & globalisation Chris Harman & Meghnad Desai Thursday 7pm
A full timetable can be found on the internet at

Activists convention


A day of workshops on anti-capitalism, the socialist alternative to new Labour, and much more.

Friday 12 July, 10.45am - 3pm

Courses include: The women's revolution, Marxist economics, 11 September & after, Capital & class in Africa, The crisis of New Labour, The politics of gay & lesbian liberation, Science & society, Marxism & Latin America, Globalisation & imperialism, British working class history.

Free entertainment every night




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SW Appeal
Sat 6 Jul 2002, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1807
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