Gerry Healy: A revolutionary life
By Corinna Lotz and Paul Feldman
Foreword by Ken Livingstone MP
This book is divided into two parts, which cover the whole of Gerry Healy's life. The first part is a personal account of the last four and a half years of his life, when the author was his political secretary and close collaborator. The second part outlines Healy's work in the revolutionary movement from his arrival in England in 1928 up until 1985.
In the centre of the book is a fold-out section showing the projection of the path of cognition developed as a teaching aid by Gerry Healy.
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