The Working Class Movement Library is a national collection of the history of the labour movement in Britain. The collection begins with Thomas Paine in the late C18th and goes up to the present day. It was founded by ruth and Edmund Frow.
Is there not a wealth of useful information that will benefit our local struggles that can be learned from struggles all across this globe? This is a very narrow way of thinking that one can…Continue
Started by Ira Wechsler. Last reply by Michael Herbert May 21, 2012.
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