The history of the workers education movement in the NE of England, following on from the Ruskin College strike of 1909, when a group of working class students, seceded from the college, and set up their own educational initiative, known as the CLC or Central Labour College. The first and so far only account of this influential movement in the North East, which included Nye Bevan, and several other labour cabinet minsters. Only 500 copies printed and signed by the author

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