Paul Kaill & Alan Rutherford
Poetry, prose and illustration argue for a realisation that Ireland's future lies with the Irish working class, North and South of the border, and not with the assemblies of bourgeois democracy in Westminster (Stormont) and Dublin. That there is no solution to the Northern Ireland problem, but that the very existence of the Northern Irish state is the problem.
Paul Kaill & Alan Rutherford
Poetry, prose and irreverent illustration celebrating the Socialist Worker papersale in Cheltenham. Socialist Worker was sold in Cheltenham on Boots Corner every Saturday from 1978 to 1986. There have been sporadic sales since ... A lutta continua!
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Number 16, semi-detached, red brick, ex-council 3 bedroom house was built mid 1960s. Since November 1970 we have lived in this house, that’s 45 years, twenty as council house tenants.
This book is dedicated to the house that has stopped us from being homeless.
It has been a house, a home, an abode, a nesting place, a place of folly, of dallience and introspection ... a sanctuary, a place of political agitation and peace ... an address, a residence ... a human necessity shamefully now considered a luxury!
Through all the 45 years I have known it ... it has been, and is, a happy home. The images in this book are some memories as photographs: up front, inside and out’back.
For the winds of luck and fortune that have placed us here, at this time, I thank you.
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The story of a man that brought his own personal style to the world of industrial design, from automobiles to powerboats. Some 50 years after his design masterpieces wrested styling leadership away from General Motors - Harley Earl. Thirty four years after his untimely death, Virgil Exner s name still remains inexorably linked to the Chrysler Corporation in the minds of car enthusiasts worldwide.For an all too brief period, Exner s name epitomised all that was great and exciting in America. His thrilling automobile designs from the mid-fifties took the world by storm and put Chrysler at the top. His work was nothing less than a revolution. Until the mid-fifties, engineers, creating cars that were reliable but invariably staid and conservative, had dominated auto design. Exner introduced to Chrysler, firstly with his idea cars then with production models, vehicles that were wanted for their looks but at the same time, were soundly engineered; automobiles that carried classic proportions and gave the illusion of movement even whilststationeryHis design of the 1947 Studebaker established the design pattern for all modern cars and was a huge success. Along with automobile styling, his talents stretched to many other areas of industrial design, from trains to trucks and boats to Buicks.This book gets behind the character of the man, his strengths and weaknesses, his personal tragedies and his vision of modern transport. Uncover why he set up in competition with Raymond Loewy, get the real facts behind historic inaccuracies and why he was made scapegoat for the sales disaster of the early sixties, Then delight in his fine artwork and his love of motor racing. With many previously unseen works of art and family photos among the 150 colour images throughout this is a unique and fascinating insight into a pivotal player in the development of the modern automobile."