Racialism and the working class (1972 pamphlet)

A 1972 pamphlet bringing published by Workers' Fight, a forerunner of the AWL, bringing together articles from the late 60s and early 70s, when working-class struggle was burgeoning, but organised racism was too.

Contents:
No room for racism
Racialism and the working class
Colonialism and the roots of racialism
The past and present of the white man as cannibal
Victims of a racialism education
Black workers and the law
The fascist infiltration in the trade unions

Click the link below to download the PDF.

Many thanks to the Anti-Fascist Archive website for scanning the pamphlet and putting it up.

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In Britain in the early 1970s, working-class struggle was burgeoning, but so was organised racism. This 1972 pamphlet published by Workers' Fight, a forerunner of the AWL, is online for the first time.

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