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Jeremy Corbyn's Top Book Recommendations

Want to know what books Jeremy Corbyn recommends on their reading list? We've researched interviews, social media posts, podcasts, and articles to build a comprehensive list of Jeremy Corbyn's favorite book recommendations of all time.

At a time when opinion trumps facts and truth is treated as nothing more than another perspective, free speech has become a battleground. While authoritarians and algorithms threaten democracy, we argue over who has the right to speak.

To protect ourselves from encroaching tyranny, we must look beyond this one-dimensional notion of what it means to be free and, by reconnecting liberty to equality and accountability, restore the individual agency engendered by the three dimensions of freedom.
Recommended by Jeremy Corbyn, and 1 others.

Jeremy CorbynDelighted to join @BillyBragg as he launches his new book The Three Dimensions of Freedom. A fascinating read and he's right to say real freedom is only possible with liberty, equality, and accountability. (Source)

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Beyond a Boundary - Caribbean College Edition

Part memoir of a West Indian boyhood, part celebration of the game of cricket, this self-portrait of a life spent playing, watching and writing about the game, tells us of its psychology and aesthetics, players the author knew, and the issues of class, race and politics surrounding it. less
Recommended by Jeremy Corbyn, Daniel Norcross, and 2 others.

Jeremy CorbynThis was the book I was talking about on @SophyRidgeSky A great read. #Ridge (Source)

Daniel NorcrossThese aren’t just my choices; I’ve asked some of the other commentators as well. I’ve discarded four out of five from one commentator, but almost everybody agreed on one book, which is Beyond A Boundary by C L R James. (Source)

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