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Formed in 1936 by publisher Victor Gollancz, the Left Book Club (LBC) Following the publication of the first title Syriza: Inside the Labyrinth by Kevin Ovenden, 

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Elected in January 2015 under the leadership of Alexis Tsipras, the radical Syriza party Kevin Ovenden. Foreword by Paul Mason. Series: Left Book Club.

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Kevin Ovenden. Pluto. £12.99. Buy from Bookmarks. This book shows how Syriza went from 5 percent in 2007 to the government of Greece by resolutely opposing austerity and by calling for a “government of the left”. Ovenden illustrates that