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DSM and the Struggle for a Working Peoples' Political Alternative is a compilation of the written ideas and perspectives of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) in Nigeria


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Peter Taaffe explains how the determined struggle of the black working class dealt the death blow to Aparthied.

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In 1965 Guevara vanished. He surfaced in the newly independent Congo where he put to the test his theories about how to help the peoples of Africa throw off the yoke of imperialism. These are the diaries he kept during that time.

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Memoirs of a CIA officer operating in the Congo, Africa during the cold war

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South Africa: success story or basket-case? Paul Holden and Martin Plaut present the story of post-apartheid South Africa.


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The Mau Mau uprising in Kenya, a mass armed rebellion, and Britain's draconian response

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The plans of American and British companies to exploit the oil-rich Gulf of Guinea.

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This pamphlet seeks to reveal the horror of this dangerous cankerworm called casualisation and proffer a way out for workers.


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The poems in this collection, Season of Struggle, speaks volumes of a people locked in conflict against tyranny.





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The Algerian war of national liberation(1954-62), a bitter struggle lasting seven-and-a-half years, tore through the fabric of French society. This issue of Revolutionary History gives the first full account in English of the part played by the French Trotskyists in providing political and practical solidarity.

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Patrice Lumumba, first prime minister of the Republic of Congo and a pioneer of African unity, was assassinated on 17 January 1961. Ludo De Witte reveals the appalling mass of lies that have surrounded the murder.





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This issue of Revolutionary History is devoted to the origins of the Trotskyist movement in South Africa including a wide variety of documents and correspondence from the 1930s and 1940s in relation to the South African Trotskyist movement, including a previously unpublished letter by Leon Trotsky.





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In a series of revealing interviews Jacklyn Cock exposes the truth about the triple oppression of South African domestic workers: of colour, class and sex.
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Andrew Wallis reveals in this shocking book, one country - France - was secretly providing military, financial and diplomatic support to the Rwandan genocidaires all along.

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Drawn from three years of research in Nigeria and elsewhere, Naija Marxisms breaks new ground in tracing the historical trajectories of leftist movements since the 1940s.

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A history of Anti-Apartheid activists from London who aided the ANC

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Striking Back tells the story of how a group of Dunnes Stores strikers in Ireland fought the establishment in solidarity with black workers under Apartheid.

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