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Marxism in photos

Marxism is an idea developed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
Karl Marx was a revolutionary German economist and philosopher, and the founderof the Communist movement. 463 more words

CATS: John

A Heartwarming Christmas Story from the Miners' Strike

So, I did my Superman bit today. I’ve been donating platelets for over a year, now, because I fit their bill. It’s a sort of blood donation amped up: they take less stuff out of you, so you can do it more frequently, and as a result, you’re in every month rather than every three months; also, the period of the donation is about an hour and a half altogether, about 55 minutes of which is being hooked up to the machine with blood cycling in and out, rather than the 20-30 minutes for a standard pint of your finest A-negative. 840 more words


Abstract Greens - Maggie Thatcher Milk Snatcher

Maggie Thatcher was a Milk Snatcher
Or so my father said
When I lived in Loanhead
She destroyed the miners
Going to school life was so cruel…

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Lone Head Records

Book of the Year

Always a bit of a lottery, it seems to me, whether your book ends up in one of these end-of-year lists or not; and quite often the columns you had down as stone bankers seem to forget that rave review they gave you back in May and places where you doubted you’d flourish come through with guns blazing.

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Writers & Writing

Review: (Still) The Enemy Within

Just out on DVD, (Still) The Enemy Within is an ideal Chirstmas gift, one that offers us a glimpse at the past but also suggests lessons to be learned for the future, says… 385 more words



In the late 90s I remember going to the cinema to watch a film I found very funny and told a heart-warming story set against a backdrop of industrial and social strife – that film was… 705 more words


Marxism depicted through Photojournalism

Karl Marx was a 19th Century philosopher and social revolutionary, and together with his friend Freidrich Engels, developed an ideology of society that involved the Wealthy and Working Classes. 344 more words