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Socialist Voice – CPOI. January edition. January 16, 2013

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Socialist Voice

January issue of Socialist Voice can be viewed online here. Below is a table of contents of the current issue.

Make 2013 the year of resistance! [EMC]
To the working people of Ireland: New Year statement by the Communist Party of Ireland
Back to the future [EMC]
The Baltic Ireland? [COM]
What’s good for business . . . [NL]
Capitalist automation and social dislocation [NC]
Marching into a cul-de-sac [PW]
Gatherings of socialist republicans—a small beginning
The gambling business: “a statement of confidence in Ireland and its people”! [BG]
Seán Redmond (1936–2012) [PW]
Joe Deasy (1922–2013) [TR]
Frank Conroy Commemoration
The South African revolution betrayed [TMS]
Mind your language [RCN]
A worker reads and asks questions [Bertolt Brecht]
Letter: Symbolic hunger strike by Bangladeshi garment workers

A quote,from the lead article, well worth considering:

This year sees the centenary of a great class battle in Dublin, the 1913 Lock-Out, when the Dublin employers, backed up by the might of the British empire, locked out thousands of workers and attempted to starve the Dublin workers into submission.
Thousands of workers resisted, members of the Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union, led by Connolly and Larkin.
We can’t allow this decisive moment in the history of the Irish working class to be reduced to a trip down memory lane, with fossilised, soulless meetings and re-enactments.

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1. Jim Monaghan - January 16, 2013

Good article on South Africa. Amused that the local CP not mentioned. I wonder what the WPIs line is.

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2. Mark P - January 16, 2013

I was pleasantly surprised by the article on South Africa. Although the studious avoidance of the letters SACP is a little bit amusing.

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3. Mark P - January 16, 2013

Beat me to it by seconds Jim!

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Jim Monaghan - January 16, 2013

Great minds think alike, fools seldom differ.

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