Them and Us: Fighting the Class War 1910-1939

The period between 1910 and 1939 was one of thess most explosive in British working class history As all the main political parties chorus their commitment to continuing cuts and the Tories try to take us back to the Thirties, Them and Us is a timely reminder of how workers responded to at previous ruling class offensive Using up to date research, John Newsinger draws onThe period between 1910 and 1939 was one of thess most explosive in British working class history As all the main political parties chorus their commitment to continuing cuts and the Tories try to take us back to the Thirties, Them and Us is a timely reminder of how workers responded to at previous ruling class offensive Using up to date research, John Newsinger draws on the words and actions of activists to bring to life key episodes of working class revolt Them and Us underscores the need for rank and file organization and the importance of solidarity for a new generation.
Them and Us Fighting the Class War The period between and was one of thess most explosive in British working class history As all the main political parties chorus their commitment to continuing cuts and the Tories try to tak

  • Title: Them and Us: Fighting the Class War 1910-1939
  • Author: John Newsinger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Them and Us: Fighting the Class War 1910-1939”

    1. Newsinger follows the struggles through the tough years of the 1930s, describing the powerful Unemployed workers movements that again, shook the ruling class, to the heroic anti-fascist movements that stopped the British Union of Fascists from becoming like their counter-parts in Italy and Germany. Through the whole period he rescues forgotten struggles to inspire us today - the mass busworkers strikes in London in 1935 led by rank and file workers, the huge unemployed protests in South Wales in [...]

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