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May 1st marks International Workers' Day, a festival of working-class self-organization stretching back over 130 years. It was originally inaugurated to commemorate the Haymarket Massacre of 1886 in Chicago, where a bomb thrown during a worker's strike kicked off a period of anti-labor hysteria.
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We're also publishing a selection of essays on the Verso blog covering care work, sex work, black liberation, and more. Read them all here.
Revolutionary Yiddishland: A History of Jewish Radicalism sheds much needed light on the radical Jewish currents active across Europe through the early decades of the twentieth century. But what of Britain?
David Rosenberg provides a snapshot of the London Yiddish radicals in this essay.
Revolutionary Yiddishland is currently 50% off as part of our end-of-year sale, with free shipping and bundled ebook.