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How Far Should The State Go?

LAST MONTH we featured a pre-publication e-poster. It advertised issue 6 of British Worker. It’s the bi-monthly paper of Solidarity Trade Union. That issue is out now and – for an agitprop publication – it’s thought-provoking stuff. What really caught our eye was the suggestion that the Government (i.e. the State) should do more to … Continue reading

Another publication in the pipeline!

Devon Worker, Katharine Birbalsingh and a Solidarity Educational Trust?

THE THIRD WAY THINK TANK welcomes the recent publication of Devon Worker ‘the voice of Solidarity Trade Union in Devon’. Devon Worker represents the first – in what promises to be a whole raft – of national, regional and trade-based publications. According to the Solidarity web-site, other agitprop publications are in the pipeline: “It’s looking … Continue reading

New issue of British Worker out Now!

THE LATEST issue of British Worker – the paper of Solidarity Trade Union – is out now! As we’ve previously noted (see our articles We Heard it on the Grapevine … of 5 October 2010 and Two Out of Four Ain’t Bad! Of 20 November 2010) it’s now produced as a street version and is … Continue reading

Two Out of Four Ain’t Bad!

EARLY last month our article We Heard It On The Grapevine … predicted some future developments that would take place within the broad patriotic and anti-Establishment family (1). First of all, we noted that the folks behind Liveable Nation – the ‘Newsletter and Think-Tank of Progressive Nationalism’ – would be launching an innovative campaign to … Continue reading

We Heard It On The Grapevine …

THE Third Way Think Tank understands that the folks behind Liveable Nation – the ‘Newsletter and Think-Tank of Progressive Nationalism’ – will soon be launching an innovative campaign to keep the publication in the public eye. This campaign will consist of e-posters featuring dramatic photographs and artwork. Liveable Nation is produced by a small (but … Continue reading

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