Thinking About Equality
Against The Current vol. 153

Smaldone, Bill

Publisher:  Against The Current
Date Written:  01/07/2011
Year Published:  2011  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13799

Back in 1937, as fascism seemed poised to seize power in much of Europe, George Orwell noted in A Road to Wigan Pier that a “genuinely revolutionary socialism” would have no chance of reversing the tide unless its supporters put aside their factionalism, ceased using jargon that few people could understand, and mobilized around propaganda stressing justice, liberty, and the plight of the unemployed.

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