20151RE: [GreenLeft_discussion] Re: Barry Sheppard's two visits to Sydney in 1969
- Jul 19, 2005
> -----Original Message-----I suppose it boils down to what parts of the context constitute the fine
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> [mailto:GreenLeft_discussion@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Ed Lewis
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> Subject: [GreenLeft_discussion] Re: Barry Sheppard's two visits to Sydney
> in 1969
> I must be more cynical than you Alan. It looks to me like this was the
> method of someone selecting staff for a branch office.
line between cominternist factional recruitment / clone-building as opposed
to looking for international collaborators.
I suspect it's not one-to-one interviews that makes that difference.
What make the difference is a large discussion that seems to have been going
on for years on marxmail, and an interesting one.
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