26 October 2005

 
John Hoffman, a member of the Society, and a former Professor at Leicester University, has donated the following books to our Library:

* John Baynton; Aims and Means, The Bodley Head, London, 1964
* H. Fagan; The Commoners of England, Part I, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1958
* Philip S. Foner; The Case of Joe Hill, International Publishers, New York, 1975
* Bill Freund; The African Worker, Cambridge University Press 1988
* Paul Kennedy; African Capitalism: The Struggle for Ascendancy, Cambridge Unversity Press, 1988
* Sam Kushner; Long Road to Delano: A Century of Farmworkers' Struggle, International Publishers, New York, 1976
* Hyman Lumer; Poverty: Its Roots & Its Future, International Publishers, New York, 1965

* Albert Luthuli, Kenneth Kaunda, D. K. Chisiza, Tom J. Mboya, Julius K. Nyerere; Africa's Freedom, Unwin Books, 1964
* Eddie Madunagu; Problems of Socialism: The Nigerian Challenge, Zed Books, London, 1982

* Woodford McClellan; Revolutionary Exiles: The Russians in the First International and the Paris Commune, Frank Cass and Co, London, 1979
* E. Wayne Nafziger; Inequality in Africa: Political Elites, Proletariat, Peasants and the Poor, Cambridge University Press, 1988
* Nzongola-Ntalaja; Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Africa, Zed Books, London, 1987
* Carl von Ossietzky; The Stolen Republic: Selected Writings (ed Bruno Frei), Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1971

* D. N. Pritt; Unrepentant Aggressors: An Examination of West German Policies, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1969
* Wiliam Graham Sumner; Folkways (FP 1906), Mentor Books, New York, 1960

* Weerth, Georg; A Young Revolutionary in Nineteenth Century England: Selected Writings (ed Ingrid and Peter Kuczynski), Seven Seas Publishers, Berlin, 1971
* Jack Woddis; Africa: The Way Ahead, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1963

These are now included in the Library catalogue, which appears on our website.

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