Sam Gordon

Sam Gordon worked in a Belfast factory, then an engineer in the merchant navy, a trainer, researcher and co-coordinator of community projects in Scotland. A graduate from various universities, on a good day he claims he’s a decorative artist and sometimes writer. Most days he’s a blacksmith, welder, and painter in Nicaragua.

A Treatise on Trinities

Unionists Defrock Ulster

Ireland and India – Conflict and Commonality

Who Are Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionists?

From We Shall Overcome to Where Have all the Flowers Gone?

Falling Rate of Profit, What about Some Alienation?

The Audacity of Sacrilege

Personal Reminisces of the Cuban Missile Crisis

The Dusk of Social Democracy

Glass Ceiling Politics

In / Out: Which Way for the European Union?

British Labour’s Liberal Sickness

The Fear That Cannot Hide its Name

Gold Mines and Rumor Mills in Nicaragua

Class Views of the Grand Canal of Nicaragua

Lumpens and Compradors

Nicaragua: the 19th, the 35th and Thereafter

One Hundred Years of Dada

The Grand Canal of Nicaragua

Nicaragua: National Traits and Characteristics