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An Economy for the Common Good: Strategy for a New Direction – Communist Party of Ireland – Critique of the Economic situation – Launch, Thursday 3rd of September. August 30, 2009

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From the Communist Party of Ireland

Left and trade union activists

“*An Economy for the Common Good: Strategy for a New Direction*”

The sham economists have had their say.

The establishment political parties have had their say.

The bankers have had their say.

The European Central Bank has had its tuppence worth.

Now it’s time for Irish workers to be heard.

The Communist Party of Ireland will launch its analysis of the economic crisis that is now engulfing this country and the global capitalist system. Our critique examines the crisis in terms of our understanding of the inherent instability and inequality within capitalism itself. We also present an alternative strategy and a way forward for the working people of our country.

We extend an invitation to left and trade union activists to the official launch of “An Economy for the Common Good” on Thursday 3 September at 5:30 p.m. in Connolly Books, James Connolly House, 43 East Essex Street. Numbers are limited, so please e-mail us to book an invitation.

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