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  • richard.donnelly1
    Dear Comrades, Please let me have your ideas. Really quickly. This especially applies to Brian and Paul, but everybody really. I want to put something like
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 1, 2005
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      Dear Comrades,
      Please let me have your ideas. Really quickly. This especially applies to
      Brian and Paul, but everybody really. I want to put something like this in
      the May SS.
      Please get back to me. Dick
      Edinburgh and Glasgow branches Day School

      SOCIALISM: DREAM OR REALITY?
      Saturday 13th May 1pm to 6pm

      1.00 to 2.15pm The Dream of Socialism
      Ever since the break-up of primitive society the notion of a society without
      owners and non-owners has persisted. The dream of a more equalitarian
      society has persisted through the ages. Dick Donnelly (Glasgow Branch)
      considers some of these ideas and how they relate to modern society, with
      its hard-nosed attitude towards human behaviour.

      2.15 to 3.30pm Can We Abolish World Hunger?
      It is reckoned that millions of workers are dying inside capitalism. Paul
      Bennett (Manchester Branch) asks how do socialists cope with the notions of
      anti-globalisation and single-issue politics? In a world where war and world
      starvation is the norm how can a human being deal with the nastiness of
      modern society and offer an alternative?

      3.30 to 4.45pm Is There An Alternative To Socialism?
      In this session Brian Gardner (Glasgow Branch) looks at various attempts to
      patch up capitalism. He pays particular attention to recent notions about
      anti-globalisation and attempts to deal with world hunger through various
      ideas about taxation and wiping out debts. How practical are these ideas?

      Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be available during the sessions

      At all these sessions a speaker will open up for 20 minutes and the rest of
      the session will be taken up with questions and discussion.
      COMMUNITY CENTRAL HALLS,
      Youth Wing, 304 MARYHILL ROAD, GLASGOW.

      Those requiring overnight accommodation should contact R.Donnelly, 112
      Napiershall Street, Glasgow G20 6HT. Tel 0141 579 4109 or Email
      richard.donnelly1@...
    • matt culbert
      Hi Dick, This is fine as it is to me.We meet next Thursday so if ther s any more on it I can get back to you. YFS Matt
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 1, 2005
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        Hi Dick,
        This is fine as it is to me.We meet next Thursday so if ther's any more
        on it I can get back to you.
        YFS
        Matt

        richard.donnelly1 wrote:

        >Dear Comrades,
        >Please let me have your ideas. Really quickly. This especially applies to
        >Brian and Paul, but everybody really. I want to put something like this in
        >the May SS.
        >Please get back to me. Dick
        >Edinburgh and Glasgow branches Day School
        >
        >SOCIALISM: DREAM OR REALITY?
        >Saturday 13th May 1pm to 6pm
        >
        >1.00 to 2.15pm The Dream of Socialism
        >Ever since the break-up of primitive society the notion of a society without
        >owners and non-owners has persisted. The dream of a more equalitarian
        >society has persisted through the ages. Dick Donnelly (Glasgow Branch)
        >considers some of these ideas and how they relate to modern society, with
        >its hard-nosed attitude towards human behaviour.
        >
        >2.15 to 3.30pm Can We Abolish World Hunger?
        >It is reckoned that millions of workers are dying inside capitalism. Paul
        >Bennett (Manchester Branch) asks how do socialists cope with the notions of
        >anti-globalisation and single-issue politics? In a world where war and world
        >starvation is the norm how can a human being deal with the nastiness of
        >modern society and offer an alternative?
        >
        >3.30 to 4.45pm Is There An Alternative To Socialism?
        >In this session Brian Gardner (Glasgow Branch) looks at various attempts to
        >patch up capitalism. He pays particular attention to recent notions about
        >anti-globalisation and attempts to deal with world hunger through various
        >ideas about taxation and wiping out debts. How practical are these ideas?
        >
        >Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be available during the sessions
        >
        >At all these sessions a speaker will open up for 20 minutes and the rest of
        >the session will be taken up with questions and discussion.
        >COMMUNITY CENTRAL HALLS,
        >Youth Wing, 304 MARYHILL ROAD, GLASGOW.
        >
        >Those requiring overnight accommodation should contact R.Donnelly, 112
        >Napiershall Street, Glasgow G20 6HT. Tel 0141 579 4109 or Email
        >richard.donnelly1@...
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      • Brian Gardner
        Dick, As you are aware, this is the same line up of speakers as last year s May Dayschool - isn t there anyone else in Glasgow/Liv/Edinburgh branches who wants
        Message 3 of 3 , Apr 4, 2005
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          Dick,

          As you are aware, this is the same line up of speakers as last year's
          May Dayschool - isn't there anyone else in Glasgow/Liv/Edinburgh
          branches who wants to give a talk ? I am certainly willing to do the
          talk you have earmarked, but if anyone elses wants a shot, I would be
          more than happy to let them....

          YfS
          Brian

          -----Original Message-----
          From: richard.donnelly1 [mailto:richard.donnelly1@...]
          Sent: 01 April 2005 20:40
          To: alan johnstone; Andy Armitage; Brian Gardner; Edward Toal; William
          Theresa Ross; j.mcgregor1; James Moir; john law; matt; News From
          Nowhere; NewsFromNowhere@yahoogroups.com; Paul Bennett; peter hendrie;
          Paul Edwards; Sandy Wilson; tony mcneill; West Lothian Group
          Subject: Edin/GlwDay School


          Dear Comrades,
          Please let me have your ideas. Really quickly. This especially applies
          to Brian and Paul, but everybody really. I want to put something like
          this in the May SS. Please get back to me. Dick Edinburgh and Glasgow
          branches Day School

          SOCIALISM: DREAM OR REALITY?
          Saturday 13th May 1pm to 6pm

          1.00 to 2.15pm The Dream of Socialism
          Ever since the break-up of primitive society the notion of a society
          without owners and non-owners has persisted. The dream of a more
          equalitarian society has persisted through the ages. Dick Donnelly
          (Glasgow Branch) considers some of these ideas and how they relate to
          modern society, with its hard-nosed attitude towards human behaviour.

          2.15 to 3.30pm Can We Abolish World Hunger?
          It is reckoned that millions of workers are dying inside capitalism.
          Paul Bennett (Manchester Branch) asks how do socialists cope with the
          notions of anti-globalisation and single-issue politics? In a world
          where war and world starvation is the norm how can a human being deal
          with the nastiness of modern society and offer an alternative?

          3.30 to 4.45pm Is There An Alternative To Socialism?
          In this session Brian Gardner (Glasgow Branch) looks at various attempts
          to patch up capitalism. He pays particular attention to recent notions
          about anti-globalisation and attempts to deal with world hunger through
          various ideas about taxation and wiping out debts. How practical are
          these ideas?

          Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be available during the sessions

          At all these sessions a speaker will open up for 20 minutes and the rest
          of the session will be taken up with questions and discussion. COMMUNITY
          CENTRAL HALLS, Youth Wing, 304 MARYHILL ROAD, GLASGOW.

          Those requiring overnight accommodation should contact R.Donnelly, 112
          Napiershall Street, Glasgow G20 6HT. Tel 0141 579 4109 or Email
          richard.donnelly1@...
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