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The March that Shook Blair: An Oral History of 15 February 2003

by Ian Sinclair - £10.00  Peace News Press (2013)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9780946409174 | ISBN 10: 094640917x

"On this evidence, the big march was shock and awe from the bottom-up; it came within a hair's breadth of derailing the warmongers and still shapes our politics today."
(Joe Glenton, Afghan war veteran and author of Soldier Box (Verso))
"While our rulers have every interest in erasing any trace of the anti-Iraq War movement from history, it is important we do not make the same mistake. In telling the story of the march and its far-reaching influence including the important role played by British Muslims - 'The March that Shook Blair' is an inspiring and timely reminder of the power of public protest"
(Salma Yaqoob, former leader of Respect)
"This is a fascinating book a moving and nostalgic piece of oral history. An honest warts-and-all account."
(Bruce Kent, Vice President of CND)

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