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"This is the apocalyptic battle imagined in 'The Iron Heel', which foresees the struggle between the impoverished masses who do most of the world's work and the privileged minorities who live off the profits raging without resolution for three hundred years."
Introduction, p. i.

"Everhard is physically a replica of London, who places in his mouth fiery socialist speeches which he himself had given."
Ibid, p. v.

"London's uncanny prophetic vision came from the ability to explore and project the realities deep inside himself, a being created - and torn - by the contradictions between the extremes of life in capitalist society."
Ibid, v

"London, like his contemporary socialist comrades, was still a long way from understanding that the non-white peoples of the world were destined, in the second half of the twentieth century, to LEAD the revolutionary forces."
Ibid, vi.

"Nowhere do we find more vividly portrayed the...

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