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2 August 2021

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Cumbria Socialist Party: Socialism - from Utopian to Scientific

Monday 2nd August 2021, 7pm

Speaker: Grahame

This discussion will show how the earliest, abstract ideas of socialism were replaced by the clearer, practical recognition that the working class itself needs to replace the anarchy of capitalism with a publicly owned and democratically planned economy.

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Meeting ID: 879 0740 6360

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