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Tribune: The Relaunch

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Tribune is Britain’s oldest socialist magazine, started in 1937 in support of the Popular Front against fascism in Spain. Over the years its leading figures - from Nye Bevan and Jennie Lee to Barbara Castle and Michael Foot - have made defining contributions to socialism in Britain. Now, relaunching under new ownership, contributors to Tribune’s new issue will reflect on this history and the importance of winning the battle of ideas in an era of capitalist crisis.

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Full session recording by The World Transformed. (2018-10-20)


Owen Jones

Guardian columnist, left-wing political activist and author of Chavs: The Demonisation of the Working Class and The Establishment – And How They Get Away With It

David Harvey

Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and author of Marx, Capital & the Madness of Economic Reason; The Ways of the World; 17 Contradictions & the End of Capitalism

Ronan Burtenshaw
Writer // Jacobin

Writer and Europe Editor for Jacobin

Grace Blakeley
Researcher // IPPR

Writer and Research Fellow on IPPR’s Commission on Economic Justice

Dawn Foster

Guardian columnist who writes on politics, social affairs and economics