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Waging the War on Want by Mark Leutchford & Peter Burns

The authorised history of War on Want tells the story of fifty years on the frontline- a must for anyone who is interested in human rights and social justice.
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Waging the War on Want tells the story of these fifty years on the frontline, from its inception by socialist publisher Victor Gollancz, through the pioneering campaigns that have left a lasting impact on the political landscape. Learn how War on Want initiated the campaign against third world debt and was among the first to challenge the exploitative policies of the pharmaceutical, tobacco and baby food industries, to how it supported liberation movements in southern Africa. The authorised history of War on Want will prove a fascinating and informative read — a must for anyone who cares about human rights and social justice. Pages 190. Height 21cm. Authors: Mark Luetchford, Peter Burns.
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SKU BWWH
ISBN 978-0905990408
Manufacturer War on Want
Values and causes Educational, War on Want
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