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In discussions about people power or nonviolent action, most people will immediately think of Gandhi or Martin Luther King
£10.00
This book brings together an extraordinary wealth of experience and will be an eye-opener for many readers.
£10.00
Clash is set against the backdrop of the 1926 general strike. It describes political and personal issues as Joan Craig, an activist in the trade union movement and Labour Party, lives through the excitement of mass protest and individual turmoil in h
£9.99
Did communists develop another model of Socialism in the 1960s and 1970s - `a decolonial communism'?
£18.99
A seminal work on the power of nonviolent action, this classic book outlines, in a systematic way, the elements involved in successfully opposing military dictatorships by passive means. This work shows how nonviolent action grows from the fact that
£7.99
Early in 1904 war broke out in German South West Africa, when the Herero tribe rose up against an oppressive colonial regime.
£20.00
Hugo Blanc is Peru's best-known revolutionary. A leader of the indigenous people of the Andes, he was born in 1934 in Cusco, the former Inca capital. environmental campaigner in defence of the natural riches of the Andean region ...
£14.99
This anthology presents voices of people who opposed the First World War: men and women, liberals, radicals and pacifists, anarchists, socialists, soldiers and non-combatants, they were few in number at first,
£12.95