Peter Hadden

Common History – Common Struggle

Lessons from the 1960s - when workers' unity & socialism challenged unionism & nationalism




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“It was the sectarian forces which came out on top after 1969 and it is their version of events which predominates today. There was nothing inevitable about the rise of sectarianism after 1968. Quite the reverse.” – Peter Hadden

In Common History, Common Struggle Peter Hadden demonstrates that the Troubles were not inevitable. Fifty years of bloodshed and sectarian conflict could have been avoided.

Internationally the sixties was a decade of revolution and struggle for social and economic change. In Northern Ireland the conditions existed for a united movement of Protestant and Catholic working class people to challenge capitalism and sectarianism. A socialist future free from sectarian devision and poverty was within reach.

Peter Hadden wrote this book for the new generation of young people who are preparing to challenge today’s Orange and Green sectarian politicians and to struggle for socialism.

Herald Books is publishing Common History, Common Struggle as the fiftieth anniversary of the historic events of 1968 approaches to make his unique ideas available tto as wide an audience as possible.

ISBN: 9781999874803

413 pages


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