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ISC 34 Summer/ Autumn 2014
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Information for Social Change 34

Makhan Singh: A Revolutionary Kenyan Trade Unionist

Makhan Singh: A Revolutionary Kenyan Trade Unionist.
Edited by Shiraz Durrani
ISBN: 978-1-869886-22-6
Date of publication:May 2015

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This book examines the life and work of a remarkable trade unionist and revolutionary. Makhan Singh laid the foundation for radical trade unionism and influenced the liberation struggle in Kenya. He actively participated in the struggles of the working classes in India. For this, the colonial authorities in India and Kenya detained him for over 15 years. This collection, marking 101 years of Makhan Singh’s birth, explores different aspects of his life as a father, a trade unionist, a political activist, a poet and a communist committed to social, political and economic liberation from colonialism and imperialism. His vision, his actions and his courage are as relevant today as they were in his time.

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