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... Taylor also wrote significant introductions to British editions of Ten Days that Shook the World, by John Reed and The Communist Manifesto, writing from a virulently anti-communist position ... which held the copyright to Ten Days that Shook the World in the United Kingdom, had offered Taylor the opportunity to write the introduction to a new edition ... The introduction Taylor wrote was fairly sympathetic towards the Bolsheviks but also pointedly tweaked the Kremlin's nose by pointing out certain contradictions between Reed's book ...
... Tom Taylor was born in Melbourne, Australia ... Taylor is currently the writer of Star Wars Blood Ties with artist Chris Scalf, and Star Wars Invasion, an ongoing series for Dark Horse Comics with ... April 2012 saw the start of Taylor and Scalf's new Blood Ties series provocatively titled Boba Fett is Dead as reported by CNN ...
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