Meetings

Marx:

his significance

and his legacy

Comrade Harpal Brar will be giving this presentation on the life and work of Karl Marx: his phenomenal contribution to human knowledge in the fields of philosophy, political economy and history, and the great advances in the understanding and waging of class struggle that were made as a result.

What did his work mean to the world he lived in? How has it stood the test of time? What significance does Marx’s work have for people in Britain today, 150 years after the publication of his seminal work, Capital Volume 1?

Presentation followed by discussion.

Sunday 15 July 2018

2pm – 5pm

Red Lion Square Meeting Hall

Tresham House, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RE

[2 minute walk from Holborn Tube Station]

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MEETING DATES FOR 2018::

Meetings are held on the third Sunday of every month at the above address.

there is no meeting in August

Sunday 16 Sep – Housing in the USSR: Part 2

Sunder 21 Oct – The End of WWI and the foundations for WWII

Sunday 18 Nov – The British Legion: origins, history and role today

Sunday 16 Dec – 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx – Marx: his significance and his legacy