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Bread & Roses #6 (February-March 1980)

Bread & Roses #6 (February-March 1980)

Issue #6 of Bread & Roses, with articles on council cuts under Thatcher, a critical rank-and-file perspective on a national engineering dispute, the benefits system, Thatcher's policies, solidarity with Soviet workers, the Pope's visit to Glasgow, a Glasgow free school, Glasgow council housing, the limits of trade unionism, population control, the demolition of a mural in Battersea, a brutal attack by prison guards on US anarchist prisoner Carl Harp, and more.

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R Totale
Apr 17 2020 10:15

I'd never heard of Carl Harp before this, so I looked him up, turns out he was murdered only a year or so after he was writing to Bread & Roses about why people should read Malatesta. Grim.