Ralph Miliband: The Marxist Who Hated Nationalism

by Novara Radio on October 4, 2013

On this week’s show Aaron Peters and James Butler discuss Ralph Miliband, the man who hated nationalism, and his legacy.
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Jara_Handala October 4, 2013 at 10:32 pm

Callinicos “a rape-apologist & -denier”, says James Butler at 32’46”: what evidence does James have for these claims?

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James Flynn October 5, 2013 at 5:46 am

seconded, let’s hear the evidence.

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Andrew Coates October 5, 2013 at 1:00 pm

I can’t get the sound on this public terminal, but I am glad you’ve put a response up to the British Daily Mail’s attack on Ralph Miliband.

In Britain – perhaps further afield- Milband’s writings were and (to an extent) are part of the curriculum in university social science courses, even touched on in secondary school ‘A’ levels.

For my own generation of leftists (especially students) the Miliband- Poulntzas debate was probably more important than Miliband’s writing on Parliamentary Socialism.

There is a lot to say on Miliband.

My own immediate response I give a link to below, though it would perhaps be more useful is somebody went through all the writing on the Web in reply to the Mail over the last week.

http://tendancecoatesy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/ralph-miliband-a-great-democratic-socialist-slandered-by-the-mail/

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