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New Pr oblems of t he Nat i onal Liberation Struggles
British Guiana - What Next ?
by George David
Ceylon - iThi ch Way to Socialism?
by Jack Woddis.
â€¢ â€¢ Niger ia - The Fight against ~eo-colonialism
by Idris Cox.
11th February â€¢ â€¢ Africa - the 30 Mi l l i on Not Yet Free!
by a South African speaker.
25th Fobruary â€¢ â€¢
A Symposium â€¢ â€¢ The New States - Trade or Aid?
by four aut hor i t a t i ve speakers from Africa and Britain.
Al l Lec tures s tar t at 7.30 p .m.
Admission is free .
Vi sitors f rom abroad to the Library since its reopening af ter the
include ~vo from China, one from Japan, and the correspondent of
the Sovi et newspaper "Pravda", Oleg Ore s t ov .
We arc again indebted to Lawrence and Wishart for copies of three
new books ~ ''William Mor r i s : The Man and the My t h" , by RsPage Arnot;
"Ste"!l1r tie il , by Robert Bonner, a novel of the life of Scots railwaymen;
nnd "Economics f or Trade Unionists", by Sam Aaronovich.
Sales of surpl us books duri ng the past three months have brought a
us eful contribution to t he Libraryls funds.
Mor e are available! .. .
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We can only gues s a t wha t the s ons of Karl Marx might have ib ec ome ,
As a r esult of the terrible pr i va t ions suffer ed by Mar x and his family in
the fir st . ye ar s of their life in England, t wo boys died in infancy; . and
t he third, the highly tal ented Edgar, lived only to the age of nine. But
t hr ee daugh t er s survived, t o do honour, each in her own way , to the genius
and nobility of her parents.
J enny, t he el des t (1844-1883), r esembled her father .most closely in
appearance , being dark, wi t h s t r iki ng f eatures; Laura (1845-1911) wa s
At school they distinguished themselves,
f airer en d more like her mother.
a lways being at the head of t he i r r esp ective classes; read French, Italian
and Spanish (in their l ater l otters us e is repea tedl y made of foreign
expr essions wher e t hese expr es s an i dea more neatly or humorously), but