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War on Want

A letter from Victor Gollancz to The Guardian in February 1951 led to the founding of War on Want. His letter asked people to join an international struggle against poverty. Harold Wilson MP coined the name. The result was the birth of a movement that has been at the forefront of the fight against injustice ever since.
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    Poverty is Political Tea Towel
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    Travelcard Holder/Wallet
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  3. War on Want Poverty is Political Unisex T-shirt
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    War on Want pin badge
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    War on Want Hat
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    War on Want Canvas Bag
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