Anti-Fascist

£6.95

A personal account of the late 1970’s street fighting that took place to defeat the racists

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It’s the late 1970s and racism, especially in the form of the National Front, is getting worse, much worse.

Anti-Fascist is a personal account, written from a strictly working class perspective, of the street fighting that took place to defeat the racists – Brick Lane, Wood Green, Southall, Lewisham and more.

This book is unlikely to appeal to pacifists.

For reviews see: Lewisham 77 and Kate Sharpley Library

For interviews with the author see: Justseeds and Kill Your Pet Puppy,

For other stuff see Myspace or Wikipedia

 

Phoenix Press
2006
ISBN: 0-948984-35-x
95 pages
Black and White