Eleanor Marx was an important figure in the early British socialist movement. On top of being friends with the likes of William Morris and George Bernard Shaw, she edited many of her father Karl's works, wrote on "The Woman Question" and led militant workers on strike during the New Unionism of the 1880s. This new Rebel's Guide takes us to the heart of her passionate revolutionary life, drawing out her key contributions, the events that shaped her and the relevance of her battles to those we face today.
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