© Larkin Publications 1985
ISBN 0 905400 05 4
This book combines political analysis of the heroic miners' strike as it took place with a diary of events, photographs, eye-witness acounts, reviews, speeches and articles on different aspects of the strike...
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Ireland: the key to the British revolution - David Reed
Ireland the key to the British revolution - 2016 online edition
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'All who read this book will understand the historic background to the revolutionary struggle in Ireland and will realise that those who exploit workers in England are also responsible for the long war in the North of Ireland. It is an invaluable contribution towards a principled solidarity movement against our common enemy.'
Seán Mac Stíofáin
Chief of Staff, Irish Republican Army, 1969-1972
'This book offers, uniquely, a comprehensive account of the state's reaction to Irish nationalism and exemplifies the lengths to which the state and its servants are prepared to go in their treatment of Irish nationalists. It is an account of unlawful acts and the naked use of power by the state for political ends, which is terrorism as defined by the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1976.'
Solicitor who defended many prisoners in British gaols
Ireland: the key to the British revolution - print version
© David Reed 1984
450 pp. ISBN 0 905400 04 6
This book examines the history of the Irish people's struggle for freedom, from the late 1840s to the present day. Basing itself on Marx and Engels' theoretical and practical activity on the Irish question, it examines this history in the context of the struggle for socialism...
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