Poll tax rebellion

by Danny Burns

Other authorsMark Simmons (Photographer)
Paperback, 1992

Call number

900

Publication

Stirling, Scotland : London : AK Press ; Attack International

Description

The gripping inside story of the biggest mass movement in British history, which at its peak involved over 17 million people. Using a combination of photos, text, and graphics, and drawing from the voices of activists and non-payers, it describes the everyday organization of local anti-poll tax groups and chronicles the demonstrations and riots leading up to the battle of Trafalgar. It shows how the courts were blocked, the bailiffs resisted, and the Poll Tax destroyed. The final chapter draws from our experience to present a radically new vision of change from below. Danny Burns was secretary of the Avon Federation of anti-Poll Tax Unions and coordinated the campaign in the South West. He was also a nonaligned member of the All-Britain Federation national committee.… (more)

DDC/MDS

900

Physical description

202 p.; 21 cm

ISBN

1873176503 / 9781873176504

Barcode

854

Language

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