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Peter Cadogan (1921-2007)

Peter Cadogan, who has died at 86, was once called ‘the most expelled socialist in England’. He campaigned effectively on many fronts for peace, justice and human rights in print, on the streets and through teams of like-minded thinkers. He moved from radical politics [Labour, Communist, Workers Revolutionary and Socialist Worker Parties] to radical spirituality […]

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From Representative to Direct Democracy – by Peter Cadogan

From Representative to Direct Democracy – by Peter Cadogan CONTENTS: Introduction – interview by Michel Marmin with Peter Cadogan Peter’s activities – search for democratic marxism 1943-1960 – Bertrand Russell and the Committee of 100 – the Biafran War – Conway Hall 1970 – 1981 British political system – feudalism to renaissance – the civil […]

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