A world to win: life of a revolutionary
Introduction by Paul Foot The autobiogrphy of the founder of the Socialist Workers Party who many consider the single most influential socialist revolutionary to have emerged in post-war Britain. It charts Cliff's extraordinary development from an impoverished Palestine in the 1930s, where he was influenced by the writing of Trotsky, to a disenchanted Blairite Britain, where he was instrumental in the building of a mass-based revolutionary party up until his death in April 2000.
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