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Spain’s “Left” Critics

spains left critics

Spain’s “Left” Critics by Daily Worker editor JR Campbell and George Orwell and Spain by Bill Alexander, who was commander of the British Battalion of the International Brigade, provide a valuable insight into the political controversies and realities of the Spanish Civil War. JR Campbell’s demolition of the ultra left delusions which infected a section of the British left at the time gives a refreshingly partisan and contemporary account of the struggle to organise solidarity with the Spanish Republic Writing many years later Bill Alexander wrote to counteract the damage that George Owell’s mendacious and highly unreliable Homage to Catalonia done to historical truth. The introduction by Tom Sibley provides a valuable context to the period and discusses George Orwell’s political views and the revelations that he ended his life as an informer who denounced his literary and political contemporaries to the British secret police. £4 per copy plus £2 p+p Bulk orders over 20 copies post free 

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Education for tomorrow

ETT 2019 Cover 72dpi
education for tomorrow
for state education
Quarterly journal of progressive education theory and practice
ISSN 2066-914S
New series first issue Winter 2019
£3 per copy plus £2 post and packing
£20 per year (4 issues)
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Contents
The battle for pedagogy
Dead facts or really powerful knowledge?  Terry Wrigley
Building critical consciousness through dialogic reading in the primary classroom  Phil Yeeles
Challenging neoliberal orthodoxy through creative pedagogy   Jess Edwards
Michael Gove and the implications of ‘elitism’ in education   Ken Jones
An inescapable concern:  The Scottish and English curriculum through the prism of Paolo Freire James Douglas
Pedagogy,  power and control in Welsh education reform  Dave B Morgan
Measured intelligence: moonshine and shadow  Patrick Yarker
No-one’s brain is pink  Kiri Tunks
We need roses too:  student voices in revolutionary Cuba  Aretha Green
Mastery mathematics: but who is the slave?   Julian Williams
What is happening to Early Years education?  Lucy Coleman
In search of a radical pedagogy  Gawain Little
Tony Farsky    Martin Brown

The Life and Times of James Connolly

by C Dlife times connollyesmond Greaves
edited by Anthony Coughlan and published in partnership with the Connolly Association
ISBN 978-1-907464-34-8
£11.50  €10  (plus £2 €2.5 post and packing)

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