Common Ground: The Story of Greenham

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When a small group of women set out to march to Greenham one summer day at the end of August 1981, none of them could have imagined that this outing would change their lives forever. Nor did they dream that their gesture that day would spark off a feminist protest movement that would last for decades spreading its influence across the world. This highly entertaining and evocative history of the common traces the development of the protests from the summer of that year through the climax of the Cold War to the present day. The protests at Greenham Common are a powerful symbol of the 20th century which still arouse strong feelings today. There are many 'Greenham women' still around. But what did they really achieve? As public concern focuses both on the proliferation of modern weapons of mass destruction and the need to preserve the threatened British landscape, this is a timely moment to consider their legacy.

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Manufacturer/Publisher: Tauris
Binding: Hardback
Author: David Fairhill

SKU: 9781845112868