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A speaker from the Socialist Party (Howard Moss) will be among those taking part in this forum; his contribution will be on 'Gramsci, socialism and human nature'

Other speakers so far include:

Colin Waugh  (Independent Working Class Education Network)

Michael Hill will chair

Music by 'Barnsdale Hood' - an acoustic duo

Organised by the Wakefield Socialist History Group

Admission is free.  There is also a free light buffet and an excellent bar with real ale.

All welcome

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  • whichfinder

    Excellent - well done to all.


  • Paul

    Attendance of 23. Howard Moss argued that Gramsci saw human nature as fixed to the extent that people's behaviour could not possibly differ much from that under capitalism. People should accept the views of their leaders. Gramsci referred occasionally to abolishing the state and classes, but this was in no way part of his main emphasis. But it seemed to be agreed that Gramsci's writings could be read in a number of different ways. There was also some good music, from guitar, banjo and voice. And we sold £10.50 worth of Party literature.

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  • James H.

    im going to be at london head office this day - can it be audio / video recorded....

    4 days ago

23 went

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