Liverpool: A City That Dared to Fight

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The momentous events in Liverpool 1983-7 sent shock waves across the country. Hardly a week went by without the city being in the news headlines. Financial crises, a unique house building programme, education reform, the Heysel stadium tragedy, the Sam Bond affair, the expulsion of Derek Hatton, Tony Mulhearn and others from the Labour Party, through to an 18 month court battle which ended in the surcharge and disqualification of 47 Labour councillors - all are covered in Liverpool-A City That Dared to Fight. Not only a commentary, this book is a penetrating political analysis of the growth and development of Marxism in Britain, and particularly the role of Militant in Liverpool.

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Author Taaffe, Peter & Mulhearn, Tony
Binding Paperback
Publisher Socialist Publications
Date of Publication 2013
ISBN 1870958004

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