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Solidarity. A Revolutionary Open Forum for All Workers. No. 63/64 (August-September 1943) by [WORKER'S REVOLUTIONARY LEAGUE] - First Edition - 1943 - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

Solidarity. A Revolutionary Open Forum for All Workers. No. 63/64 (August-September 1943)

by [WORKER'S REVOLUTIONARY LEAGUE]

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[Glasgow]: Worker's Revolutionary League, 1943. First Edition. Tabloid; printed both sides of single sheet, folded to make eight panels. Slightly browned at edges; still Very Good or better. Single issue of this scarce bimonthly organ of the Worker's Revolutionary League, a British communist-anarchist party that grew out of Guy Aldred's Anti-Parliamentary Communist Federation. Contributors include James Connolly, H.W. Henderson, Robert Whitaker, others.





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