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The Left Book Club was originally founded in 1936, to popularise ideas from the left and counter the rise of fascism. Join us today!
For September we are delighted to bring you an illuminating autobiography by one of the most powerful voices in black revolutionary struggle. Originally written in 1974, Angela Davis calls for the universality of struggles against oppression, a call whose renewal in recent years by movements such as Black Lives Matter cuts across the fragmentation of history and politics by individualism and identity.
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We can help introduce you to others who share your ideas and build networks for informed political discussion. We welcome people from across all spectrums of the left, from experienced activists to those who are beginning to think about socialist politics for the first time.
The original Left Book Club was started by pioneering British publisher Victor Gollancz in 1936. Mass membership of the club helped turn the tide of public opinion against fascism and bring the 1945 Labour government to power. That government founded the NHS and the welfare state.
Today, we need a Left Book Club for the twenty-first century.
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