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Class War: A Decade of Disorder

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For ten years, Tory Britain has burned. From Brixton ’81 to Oxford, Cardiff, and Tyneside ’91 the unforgivable have risen and seized back their streets. With a petrol bomb in one hand a biro in the other, Class War was there. And Class War is here—fearless, hilarious and, for the rich and powerful of this benighted isle, absolutely terrifying.

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Paperback, 110 pages
Published December 17th 1991 by Verso (first published December 1st 1991)
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Class War quickly made themselves into one of the 1980s' most provocative political groups and the bétes noire of the outraged broadsheet readers of the Home Counties. This collection of their work and celebration of their slogan Bash the Rich is uneven but enjoyable, and blunt, aggressive and uncompromising reminder of the inequalities and injustices of late capitalist Britain. And somehow I think many of the establishment hope that these days are past.....
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