Solidarnosc: From Gdansk to Military Repression

By: Barker, Colin; Weber, Kara

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1982 Trade Paperback. Colin Barker (b. 1939) is a British sociologist as well as a Marxist historian and writer. A long-standing member of the Socialist Workers Party in Manchester, he is the author of numerous articles and works on Marxism, including a history of the Polish trade union Solidarity, Festival of the Oppressed. A Trotskyist, Barker was a member of the International Socialism Group in Oxford and Manchester from 1962. He was a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Manchester Metropolitan University from 1967 to 2002 and an organiser of the periodic International Conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest there.

Title: Solidarnosc: From Gdansk to Military Repression

Author: Barker, Colin; Weber, Kara

Categories: History, Military, World War II, Social Movements, Socialism & Communism,

Publisher: International Socialism: 1982

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1736274

Keywords: MARXIST HISTORY POLAND,