A Chronicle of Small Beer: The Memoirs of Nan Green
Paul & Company Pub Consortium, Oct 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 243 pages
Detailed and compelling, this volume tracesáthe political and geographical pilgrimage of communist Nan Green, along with the constant campaigning, activism, and dilemmas it posed.
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