The next of our ‘uncaptive minds’ discussion forums on 1970s class struggle will feature a film showing about the Upper Clydeside dispute of 1971, where workers staged a fourteen-month-long work-in as a protest against the Tories’ planned shipyard closures.
As well as showing the 1971 Cinema Action film UCS 1 and sections of their 1977 film Class Struggle: Film from the Clyde (total running length: 36 minutes), we will be discussing the lessons of this important dispute in relation to the occupation and work-in tactic, trade union bureaucracy and the role of the Communist Party in the labour movement of the day.
The meeting is being held on Monday 10th November, from 6:30pm. The venue is in central London. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out where it is, and to find out more information about our discussions.
If you’d like a Word file with the leaflet for the meeting, click here.