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Echoes of Cable Street at Altab Ali Park
In 1936 Max Levitas fought Oswald Mosely’s British Union of Fascists at Cable Street. Today, in Altab Ali Park – named after the murdered textile worker – the sprightly nonagenarian gave an emotional and rousing speech from the platform in support of the demonstration against the English Defence League organised by Unite Against Fascism. Though not a communist myself, I warmed hugely to his theme that racism and capitalism have, throughout the history of the industrialised nations, been inextricably linked. Continue reading
A great singer, a different song.
Peace, war and the emotional lives of men
“And if my version of equality was gleaned first through academia and later through life (I hate to think how horrible I was as a younger man) Pete’s was gleaned through raw experience and his capacity for introspection and self criticism that only occasionally became mawkish for both of us after multiple glasses of Whyte & Mackay.” Continue reading
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