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It seems that there are still only two radical ideologies: Anarchism and Marxism. They emerged out of the same crucible — the Industrial Revolution, the unsuccessful revolutions of 1848 and 1871, a weak liberalism, the centralization of state power, the rise of the workers movement, and the promise of socialism. They are the revolutionary heritage, and all significant radical upsurges of the last 150 years have returned to mine their meaning for the current situation. In this respect, our moment seems no different.

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Tuesday, February 3, 7pm, Cardinal Room, Student Center East, University of Illinois at Chicago

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In spite of many different political currents and tendencies, perhaps the most significant question informing the "Left" today is the issue of "political party.” Various "Left unity" initiatives have been taking place in the aftermath of the 2008 economic crisis and subsequent downturn, following Occupy Wall Street and the Arab Spring, alongside continuing "post-political" tendencies inherited from

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John Sinha, Occupy London Activist and member of SWP;
Tony Wood, Anarchist Bookfair organiser;
Iain McKay, author of An Anarchist FAQ;
Dan Morley, Socialist Appeal (International Marxist Tendency);
Mark Osborn, Alliance for Workers' Liberty

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imme Jeden Mittwoch 18-19 Uhr im Cafe "Pure Origins" Georgenstraße 193 10117 Berlin.

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Christopher P. (Anarcho-Syndicalist Review)
Michael Staudenmaier (author, Truth and Revolution)
Mel Rothenberg (Chicago Political Economy Group)
Jamie Theophilos (local activist)