7.30pm, Thursday 12 October
The Plough, Museum Street
Nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road
In 1936, in response to a fascist coup, the Spanish workers rose up and seized the factories and land, but could not consolidate their power. What happened? Why did the fascists win? What role did Marxism and anarchism play in the struggle? And what can the Spanish revolution teach socialists and the labour movement today?
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