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'Alt-Right: From 4chan to the White House'
with Mike Wendling

Thursday 26th April, 7pm
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“There was just this enormous sense of solidarity”: 
London and the 1984/85 Miners’ Strike
with Terry Conway, Hilary Wainwright, 
Diarmaid Kelliher, Gary Cox and Terry Harrison

Wednesday 2nd May, 7pm
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‘Small is Necessary: Shared Living on a Shared Planet’ 
with Anitra Nelson

Friday 4th May, 7pm
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‘A World to Win: The Life and Works of Karl Marx’
with Sven-Eric Liedman

Wednesday 9th May, 7pm
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Stewart Home & Poetry for the Poorly Educated 
Friday 11th May, 7pm
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‘May Made Me: An Oral History of the 1968 Uprising in France’ 
with Mitch Abidor

Tuesday 15th May, 7pm
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Gary Younge on Martin Luther King Jr
Thursday 17th May, 7pm
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'A Third Colour'
with Alan Dunnett and Alix Emery
Thursday 24th May, 7pm
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'You Can't Evict an Idea: What Can We Learn From Occupy?' by Tim Gee



On 28 February 2013, the anniversary of the eviction of the Occupy Camp at the London Stock Exchange, Housmans published Tim Gee's 'You Can't Evict an Idea', available as a free PDF e-book and as a physical booklet.

Based on conversations with activists across the UK and US,'You Can't Evict an Idea' is a first-hand account of the Occupy movement, an assessment of the impacts, and an argument about what can be learnt.

The author, Tim Gee, wrote the essays whilst touring with his first book 'Counterpower', which was shortlisted for the Bread and Roses Award for Radical Publishing.

The volume will be the first ever e-book for Housmans, whose other publications in recent times include Gene Sharp’s ‘From Dictatorship to Democracy’ and the Housmans Peace Diary.

To download your PDF copy please click here:
'You Can't Evict an Idea:
What Can We Learn From Occupy?'
by Tim Gee

[you may need to right click and 'save as' to save the file to your computer]

The book is no longer available in a phsyical format.