Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ramiro Ledesma Ramos: National Bolshevik (Part 1)

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translated by Fernando Garrayo   Talking nowadays about the National-Syndicalism and about its founder, Ramiro Ledesma Ramos, is at least difficult. It is basically because 37 years after Franco┬┤s death (he died 20th November 1975), the official historians, the media … Continue reading

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Mel Lyman and the Other Side of the 1960s

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(from the Bay State Banner February 15, 1967) A large white family lives high on Fort Hill in Roxbury. Like the black community around it, it is committed to changing the American social system. The family is actually a community … Continue reading

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