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“Spurn the dust to win the prize” — 150 years since the Paris Commune

By Harper Cleves 150 years ago this month, history was made when working-class Parisians established the Paris Commune on 18 March 1871. This represented the first example of a society run by and for the working class — a workers’ state. While the Commune lasted for only 72 days, it was able to implement social change that improved the lives ...

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