[NetBehaviour] Class Wargames host classic political board games Sunday afternoons

netbehaviour netbehaviour at furtherfield.org
Wed Jan 23 12:09:44 CET 2013

The Return of the Ludic Science Club.

“Legislators don’t appreciate that if players introduce novelties into 
their games, they’ll become different people. Being different, they’ll 
demand a different kind of life; and that will make them want new 
institutions and laws. In fact, it’s no exaggeration to say that the 
game inventor is biggest menace that can ever afflict a state.” – Plato

Class Wargames is hosting the collective playing of classic political 
board games on Sunday afternoons at London’s radical coffee house.

106-108 Cromer Street
London WC1H 8BZ


3rd February: Bertell Ollman, Class Struggle

3rd March: Martin Wallace, Liberté

7th April: Jim Dunnigan, Chicago!, Chicago!

5th May: Drakes, Jarvis, Walsh and Gluck, Election

Free Entry.

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