Event: Whatever happened to Parliamentary Socialism?

Friday 25th November - Socialist Register editor Leo Panitch's lecture on Ralph Miliband

November 23, 2011 · 1 min read

Whatever Happened to Parliamentary Socialism?

Taking Ralph Miliband Seriously Today

 

Friday 25 November

Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE

6.30-8.00pm

Speaker: Leo Panitch

Chair: Robin Archer

Free, open to all

Prof Panitch is a Canada Distinguished Research Professor in Comparative Political Economy, editor of the Socialist Register, and the author of numerous books and articles including The End of Parliamentary Socialism and In and Out of Crisis. He wrote his PhD at the LSE under the supervision of Ralph Miliband.

See also organiser Robin Archer’s blog on the event



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