A short review of the life of A.M. Fernando, the first an Aboriginal Australian activist to present the Aboriginal cause directly to the European public in the 1920’s
A review, written by Ross Bradshaw, of the special issue of The Spokesman, comprising of a set of essays on aspects of Ken Coates’ life, who was editor of the journal for forty years
A review of the British Library exhibition ‘Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands’, which runs until 25th September 2012
A review by Ross Bradshaw of ‘After the Party: Reflections on Life Since the CPGB’ edited by Andy Croft
A review, written by Ross Bradshaw, of ‘Revolutionary Communist at Work: a political biography of Bert Ramelson’ by Roger Seifert and Tom Sibley
Next year sees the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of E. P. Thompson’s The Making of the English Working Class, first published by Victor Gollancz in 1963. When and why did you first read it? Do you re-read it, and under what circumstances? Please add your recollections!
The feminist and writer Beatrix Campbell – author of The Iron Ladies: Why Do Women Vote Tory?, among other titles – takes exception to Phyllida Lloyd’s Oscar winning film ‘The Iron Lady’…
Review of books published by Five Leaves related to the Battle of Cable Street, by Martin Spafford
A review of Cannadine, Keating & Sheldon’s “The Right Kind of History: Teaching the Past in Twentieth-Century England” by John Gardiner
Review of the recently published book “Striking a Light” by Louise Raw, which examines one of the best known industrial disputes in labour history, the 1888 matchgirls strike at Bryant and May’s factory in Bow, East London.