Communist Women in Scotland: Red Clydeside from the Russian Revolution to the End of the Soviet Union by Neil C. Rafeek
English | 13 May 2008 | ISBN: 1845116240 | 256 Pages | PDF | 2 MB
During the first half of the twentieth century Glasgow was witness to an unparalleled wave of working class protest and political agitation. The protestors challenged the capitalist social order and also, on occasion, the state itself. What was the legacy of this turbulence and upheaval which reinforced Glasgow's reputation as the centre of working class struggle in Britain?