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Some notes on Neil Davidson’s How Revolutionary Were The Bourgeois Revolutions? (Haymarket Books 2012). Here at AMM we often talk of reviving ‘the IS …

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Ben Watson, Adorno for Revolutionaries, Unkant Publishers for the Association of Musical Marxists, London, 2011, £10.99, pp 256 Review from Revolutionary History Vol 10 …

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“Time was when every Englishman had a musket in his cottage, and along with it hung a flitch of bacon; now there was no …

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In a much-cited March 1936 letter to Walter Benjamin, Adorno famously remarks of the separation between autonomous art and mass culture that, while both …

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Biography: Sheila Lahr was a member of the Revolutionary Communist Party in the late 1940s (nothing to do with the notorious right-wing sectarian RCP …

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The Tate Modern is one of the biggest cultural attractions in the UK, welcoming over five million visitors a year.1 Thousands flocked to see …

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From The London Student, Vol. 32, Issue #6, December 5th 2011

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Ian Birchall reviewed Ben Watson’s Adorno for Revolutionaries in ‘It’s The Song I Hate‘, for Review31.co.uk. Ben Watson replied in the article ‘The Quivering Pschophysique‘ …

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Ben Watson replies to Ian Birchall’s review of Adorno for Revolutionaries, It’s The Song I Hate, on Review31.co.uk Political parties are clubs, and everyone …

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“There is a confusion regarding what war is about these days: there was more private security in Basra than soldiers. It felt we were …