Beating the Fascists

Sean Birchall
Where facts are few, experts proliferate. Beating the fascists, from an insider perspective, attempts to set the record straight. Contrary to liberal agitprop, anti-fascism has always needed a ruthless side. On this, the book is candid almost to a fault. Compelling. The best book on British anti-fascism post war. Dr M. Hayes, Southampton Solent University A graphic description of the many street battles against a variety of of notorious right wing groups. It argues that physical force was an essential tactic in the anti-fascist armoury.

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