Brigadista: An Irishman's Fight Against Fascism
Presents a story of the conflict between a young man growing up in Ireland in the 1950s and his very orthodox Catholic and patriotic mother. He eventually escapes her and the Irish censor and moves to a more liberal England. This memoir includes accounts of meetings with such characters as Brendan Behan, Bertrand Russell, and Ayrton Senna.
AN INHUMAN SOCIETY OR THE MAKING OF A REVOLUTIONARY 527
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