Meeting of the Montague family at Hadley, Mass., Aug. 2, 1882. N° de ref. de la librería
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About the Author: RICHARD MONTAGUE is a well practiced political writer who has written extensively in socialist media. He believes that the creative arts, stories, poems, songs, et al, have an important role in exposing the grim realities of global capitalism. Given the cynical political posturings of both the Left and Right wings of modern capitalism and the abuse of democracy by what has become an entire political industry, millions of people have become indifferent to both politics and democracy.
Ultimately, such people will require persuasion by a more direct process but other forms of cultural expression can and should be used as pointers to the nature, practicability, and feasibility of democratic social revolution to the end of establishing a genuine system of free-access social democracy.
Some of the shorter stories in this collection have appeared in socialist journals and, in an earlier novel, "Frank Faces of the Dead, Montague explored the economic roots of 20th century conflict in Ireland.
Título: Meeting of the Montague family at Hadley, ...
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