Racialism and the Working Class – Workers Fight Pamphlet

This is a Workers Fight, a forerunner to the Alliance for Workers Liberty, pamphlet published in 1972 (?). It is a collection of articles, the first one  seems to be written in response to Enoch Powell’s infamous 1968 ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech.

Contents:

  1. No room for racism
  2. Racialism and the working class
  3. Colonialism and the roots of racialism
  4. The past and present of the white man as cannibal
  5. Victims of  a racialism education
  6. Black workers and the law
  7. The fascist infiltration in the trade unions

Download: Racialism and the Working Class

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3 thoughts on “Racialism and the Working Class – Workers Fight Pamphlet

  1. Pingback: The Weekly Archive Worker: Marx to Kugelmann « Entdinglichung

    • No problem.

      I have a number of issues of The Hook a rank and file bulletin of the Salford Dockers, also The Manchester Printworker and some other Workers’ Fight literature.

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