New book chapter on ‘No Platform’ out now

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Sorry for the radio silence (a brief trip to Canada for a workshop on transnational communism interrupted my blogging), but here is a quick post to let you know that I have a new book chapter on the history of ‘no platform’ out now. The chapter, ‘The National Union of Students and and the Policy of “No Platform” in the 1970s and 1980s’, is part of an edited volume by Jodi Burkett titled Students in Twentieth-Century Britain and Ireland. You can order a copy of the book here or buy the individual e-chapter here. Tell your institutional library!

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One comment

  1. Hardly dare to ask, but do you think you could send me the chapter?

    Very useful  at the moment, as Carlo Neri was involved in NP, and the people he spied upon chose not to disclose that at the time, and now it is being used against them by the Mpet police. In his ‘risk assessment’ Neri uses the NP involvement as proof of their readiness to use violence  – which could be used against him…

    gr

    eveline

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