Corbyn vs Brown = Marxism vs Postmarxism

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In his "Power for a Purpose" speech yesterday Gordon Brown outlined the difference between New Labour and Corbynism:

"How can we say that for progressives the best way of facing the future is to abandon co-operation with Europe, to leave our membership of the European Union just at the time when our leadership is needed more than ever to fight protectionism and xenophobic isolationism and all the extremes of racism, discrimination and prejudice'.

New Labour's agenda of ismism - ie: postmarxism - was clearly expounded and the party faithful were warned about returning to the days of placing the needs of a particular working class section of society above the ideological dreams of a global alliance that would impose a postmarxist, ever-changing, revolutionary. postmodern morality on the People.

Brown has the advantage of the postmodern media being firmly on his side but the disadvantage of the working class electorate being against him.
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