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David Selbourne's first writings were for the theatre, and were published by Calder, Methuen and others. They include The Play of William Cooper and Edmund Dew-Nevett (1968), The Two-Backed Beast (1969), Samson (1971) and The Damned (1971).
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argument is that no matter how you look at it, the economic, social and religious rise of Islam is motivated by a sense of Muslim determination to free their world from Western subordination: a determination which could hold wide-ranging impact for the West. essential reading for any definitive collection on terrorism of Middle East politics. David Selbourne is a historian who taught for two decades at Ruskin College, Oxford, the college of the British labour movement. This book is a catalouge of how this happaned, how it is that a small ideeology, from a few men such as Sayd Qutb and Al-Banna grew into a threat to all the free peoples of earth.
7 Selbourne, David, Against Socialist Illusion: A Radical Argument (New York: Schocken Books, 1985), p. 4. 47 I owe this point on liberty of the press and a socialist guaranteed income to discussion with David Gordon. 45. Compare Connolly, William . Appearance and Reality in Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), pp. 177,178,189; Parkin, Frank, Marxism and Class Theory (New York: Columbia University Press, 1979), p. 177. 8 Selbourne, p. 6. See Guyot, Yves, Socialist Fallacies (New York: Macmillan, 1910), pp. 247–48,250 for a quite similar discussion.