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This book shows the miners were right to take the action they did. They could have won a victory which would have raised the sights and confidence of the whole working-class movement.

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A reprint of the main articles from the original 1988 pamphlet

 

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Land of Whose Fathers? takes the reader from the very start of the industrial revolution in Wales right up to the turn of the 21st century

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A compilation of articles by campaigners fighting to stop the destruction of the NHS

 

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Contains articles on the Leeds Gasworkers strike 1890, the Manningham Mills strike 1890-1, the Old Dog Strike 1909, the Yeadon lockout 1913 and the Leeds Corporation strike 1913.

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Peter Taaffe and Tony Mulhearn's book depicting the struggle of the Militant-led Liverpool City Council 1983-7 against the Thatcher governments cuts, which draws out numeorus lessons for future struggles.

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In 2007, four trade unionists from different UNISON branches were publicly and unjustly accused of racism. This book tells the story of the campaign that cleared them of all charges.

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The foundation of the Independent Labour Party in Bradford was a major turning point in the struggle for independent workers political representation.

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From Militant to the Socialist Party covers developments from the New Labour takeover to the first rumblings of the world economic crisis of 2007-08, and is the sequel to The Rise of Militant.

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Workers' control and workers' management is a new book by Ted Mooney, leader of the 1960 apprentices' strike - in which 100,000 young workers took part - and member of Merseyside Socialist Party.

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The stormy period after the first world war saw the police take strike action twice in 1918 and 1919. Iain Dalton's book discuss these events, their contexts and what we can learn from them for today's struggles.

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In the early nineteenth century, a mass movement developed among working-class and middle-class people, for universal manhood suffrage, annual parliaments and ‘the ballot’ i.e. a secret vote. The huge demonstration on St Peter’s Fields on the 16 August 1819 was the high point of the working-class part of this movement.

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This book is about a subject I believe to be hugely important - ballot rigging in modern Britain. The practice is real and it is widespread.

 

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This is the first real account of Militant, its ideas, organisation and the role of figures associated with it. Five previous books have been written about Militant. But this is the only one which gives an authentic account of how Militant played such a prominent role in Liverpool in the 1980's and the successful battle to defeat the Poll Tax.

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A collection of the key writings of Ted Grant, one of the founders of the Militant

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'Greed is Good' - the Premier League Mantra

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Accounts of the struggle against the poll tax across Kent compiled by Eric Segal, a leading figure in the anti-poll tax struggle who was imprisoned for his refusal to pay.

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The auto-biography of leading Militant supporter and Socialist Party member Tony Mulhearn

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