Thursday, September 13, 2007

A Good Day at Turnham Green

by New Worker correspondent

HOME-MADE marmalade, second-hand books and home-grown plants all sold well at last Saturday’s traditional peace market on Turnham Green in West London.
In just a few hours the New Worker stall had made a profit of £60. This contribution to our paper’s fund is of course very welcome.
But better still were the many conversations with people visiting the stall and the interest shown in the New Worker and New Communist Party literature.
Copies of The Communist Manifesto, our own The Case for Communism and other titles were sold.

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