Catching up belatedly

Welcome back to the sphere On A Raised Beach, whose un-explained departure caused some concern. La Brigada has been reading Vasily Grossman.

Thanks to Mikey E, my most devoted fan, for the huge amount of traffic I got from Harryistas when he re-posted my material on the Stalinist victims of the anti-Stalinist SWP’s Stalinist practices.

More Harryism: Armin Rosen on Ian Buruma comparing Christopher Hitchens to the Marxist supporters of Japan in WWII.

Left Harryism: Raincoat Optimism on Hugo Chavez.

Totally un-related: The State as a Social Relationship: Gustav Landauer Revived – Dov Neuman of Jewdas interviews Gabriel Kuhn. More on this some other time. Maybe.

Also totally un-related: Coatesy on Koestler and Coatesy on Vincere.

To add to the blogroll: In the hands of the many.

I need quite a bit of time to catch up with: Arthur Bough.

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  1. not a good time to be associated with Harryism, Richard Seymour/Sunny Hundal are saying today re Terry Fitzpatrick the racist. I’m more Harry Reform!

  2. Uh, you do know Communist Students aren’t actually Stalinists, right? Some of the old guard of the CPGB started out as Stalinists of a type, long ago, but unsurprisingly none of them are demographically suitable for CS membership.

  3. Talk about belatedly catching up… yes, you are right. I shouldn’t use that phrase. I need to overcome my age-old issues with the CPGB!

  4. Glad you realise you were mistaken in your labelling of Communist Students that way :)


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