What's Left?: Memoirs of an Australian Communist
Autobiography of a leading member of the Australian Communist Party. Describes his travels in communist China, the Soviet Union, Cuba, Chile and Vietnam, and discusses his thoughts and feelings following the collapse of the communist movement and the dissolution of the Australian Communist Party. Includes an index of names.
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