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Paul Anderson is on the advisory board of [[Democratiya]]. He also runs a weblog [[Gauche]][http://libsoc.blogspot.com/] where he serves his "democratic socialism with a libertarian punch". He works at City University in London as programme director of the BA in Journalism and a social Science. He was deputy editor of the [[European Nuclear Disarmament Journal]] 1984-87, reviews editor of [[Tribune]] 1986-91, editor of Tribune 1991-93 and deputy editor of the [[New Statesman]] 1993-96. After leaving the New Statesman he wrote (with Nyta Mann) Safety First: The Making of New Labour, published by Granta Books, and worked as a sub-editor on the [[Times Educational Supplement]] and the Guardian (where he still does shifts during vacations). He joined City in 2000 and is currently working on a history of the British left and the Soviet Union.[http://www.city.ac.uk/journalism/people/faculty/panderson.html]
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Paul Anderson is on the advisory board of [[Democratiya]]. He also runs a weblog [[Gauche]] where he serves his "democratic socialism with a libertarian punch". He works at City University in London as programme director of the BA in Journalism and a Social Science. He was deputy editor of the [[European Nuclear Disarmament Journal]] 1984-87, reviews editor of [[Tribune]] 1986-91, editor of Tribune 1991-93 and deputy editor of the [[New Statesman]] 1993-96. After leaving the New Statesman he wrote (with Nyta Mann) ''Safety First: The Making of New Labour'', published by Granta Books, and worked as a sub-editor on the [[Times Educational Supplement]] and the Guardian (where he still does shifts during vacations). He joined City Univerity in 2000 and is currently working on a history of the British left and the Soviet Union.<ref>[http://www.city.ac.uk/journalism/people/faculty/panderson.html]</ref>
  
 
He is a former member of the libertarian socialist group [[Solidarity]].  
 
He is a former member of the libertarian socialist group [[Solidarity]].  
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==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
  
In one of the posts on his weblog, Anderson takes "cretin-leftists" to task for complaining about Che Guevara's image being commodified:
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In one of the posts on his weblog, Anderson takes "cretin-leftists" to task for complaining about Che Guevara's image being commodified:
  
:Guevara should be no one's hero. He was a Stalinist scumbag who played a major role in the creation of a police state in Cuba, and his political strategy of guerrilla warfare set the left in Latin America back two generations. OK, he was good-looking - but so were Oswald Mosley and Eva Braun.[http://libsoc.blogspot.com/2006/06/che-was-stalinist-disaster-paul.html]
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:Guevara should be no one's hero. He was a Stalinist scumbag who played a major role in the creation of a police state in Cuba, and his political strategy of guerrilla warfare set the left in Latin America back two generations. OK, he was good-looking - but so were Oswald Mosley and Eva Braun.<ref>[http://libsoc.blogspot.com/2006/06/che-was-stalinist-disaster-paul.html]</ref>
  
 
==Affiliations==
 
==Affiliations==
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*[[Euston Manifesto]]
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*[[Democtratiya]]
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*[[New Statesman]]
 
*[[Solidarity]]
 
*[[Solidarity]]
 
*[[Tribune]]
 
*[[Tribune]]
*[[New Statesman]]
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==Contact, References and Resources==
*[[Euston Manifesto]]
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===Contact===
 
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:Blog: [http://libsoc.blogspot.com/ libsoc.blogspot.com]
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===Resources===
 
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===References===
==Notes==
 
 
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Revision as of 10:21, 27 October 2008

Paul Anderson is on the advisory board of Democratiya. He also runs a weblog Gauche where he serves his "democratic socialism with a libertarian punch". He works at City University in London as programme director of the BA in Journalism and a Social Science. He was deputy editor of the European Nuclear Disarmament Journal 1984-87, reviews editor of Tribune 1986-91, editor of Tribune 1991-93 and deputy editor of the New Statesman 1993-96. After leaving the New Statesman he wrote (with Nyta Mann) Safety First: The Making of New Labour, published by Granta Books, and worked as a sub-editor on the Times Educational Supplement and the Guardian (where he still does shifts during vacations). He joined City Univerity in 2000 and is currently working on a history of the British left and the Soviet Union.[1]

He is a former member of the libertarian socialist group Solidarity.

Quotes

In one of the posts on his weblog, Anderson takes "cretin-leftists" to task for complaining about Che Guevara's image being commodified:

Guevara should be no one's hero. He was a Stalinist scumbag who played a major role in the creation of a police state in Cuba, and his political strategy of guerrilla warfare set the left in Latin America back two generations. OK, he was good-looking - but so were Oswald Mosley and Eva Braun.[2]

Affiliations

Contact, References and Resources

Contact

Blog: libsoc.blogspot.com

Resources

References

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  2. [2]