Taking the Revolution Home: Work Among Women in the Communist Party of Australia 1920-1945
Spinifex Press, 1987 - 240 páginas
Communist women who were active in political struggles of the inter war and war years reflect on the issues, the campaigns and the way in which their political commitment changed their lives. This is a history that allows contemporary activists to consider the ways they might learn from past struggles -- both the defeats and the wins. The book includes interviews with women who were activists for womens rights and workers rights in a time of great social and political repression.
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New Directions 19351939
Women For Victory 19391945
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