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Issue #1926      August 3, 2020

This week ...

Hello comrades! This week marks the last week of Australian Communist Theory and Thought on fascism. In this week’s theory section we have an article on monopoly and fascism in relation to the formation of the EU.

In our history section we have two articles. The first, on the attempts by state governments to deregister the BLF. The BLF were one of the more visible radical unions and because of their commitment to workers worried Australian governments during their whole existence, resulting in a number of deregistrations.

The other is on Hawke’s recognition of Indonesia’s claim over East Timor. Hawke’s legacy, particularly when it concerns foreign policy, is largely remembered by members of the public for his anti-apartheid stance on South Africa. However, it is worth noting that Hawke had some considerably terrible positions as well. This article highlights one of those.

Next article – Common market aim monopoly, war and fascism

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