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Martin Legassick Tag

From the days they spent together as students at UCLA, Ed Steinhart remembers his comrade and friend Martin Legassick. It was at UCLA that Martin established the first anti-apartheid organisation in Los Angeles, continued his extensive research on South African history and his work on political economy that marked him as a major thinker and leftist writer on the politics of Africa. This is a moving and personal account of friendship and political activism in early 1960s California. ...

In this intensely personal and moving celebration of Martin Legassick, John Saul writes about his friend and comrade. It is, John says, to Martin Legassick’s enormous credit that he has kept the banner of real socialist common-sense, of class-struggle common-sense, aloft over and against the banner of capitalist “common-sense.”...

Martin Legassick's death has robbed us of an important Marxist political economist. ROAPE Online publishes his remarks prepared for the closing plenary of the World Association of Political Economy forum on 21 June, 2015 upon being awarded a Distinguished Achievement Award in Political Economy for the Twenty-First century....

Martin Legassick (20 December 1940 – 1 March 2016) was a revolutionary socialist, brilliant researcher, teacher and mentor. He was an outstanding scholar and a pioneer of radical revisionist history in South Africa and a comrade and contributor to ROAPE. Here we post tributes to him and links to some of his work....