This Sickled Isle

March 1977
National Review;3/18/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p316
The article comments on the article "Anglocommunism," by Robert Moss that was published in the February 1977 issue of this periodical. It talks about Moss' focus on the potential of Great Britain to be a communist society. It discusses six of Marx and Engels' ten measures that might be employed to establish communism in advanced countries, which can already seen in Great Britain.


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