[Marxism] A tale of two deaths

Philip Ferguson philipferguson8 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 13 15:37:40 MST 2013


Only two people have been killed in the course of industrial disputes in
NZ.  One (Frederick Evans) in the 1912 Waihi miners' strike and the other
(Christine Clarke) on a port workers picket line in Lyttelton
(Christchurch's port) in late December 1999.  This article looks at the
different political conditions and how these dictated different responses
to the deaths.  For instance, Christine Clarke's death was recorded as part
of the holiday road toll.  See:
http://rdln.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/frederick-evans-and-christine-clarke-a-tale-of-two-deaths/

Other new items:
PFLP Prison branch: Occupation is responsible for the death of Hassan
al-Turabi:
http://rdln.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/pflp-prison-branch-occupation-is-responsible-for-death-of-hassan-al-turabi/

Why the crisis and will there be another?  The IMF speaks;
http://rdln.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/why-the-crisis-and-will-there-be-another/

Organising against anti-social activity in working class areas - an example
from Dublin:
http://rdln.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/organising-against-anti-social-activity-an-example-from-dublin/

'Revolution is for Us': the left and gay liberation in Australia:
http://rdln.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/revolution-is-for-us-the-left-and-gay-liberation-in-australia/

Phil



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