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If Voting Changed Anything They'd Abolish it Paperback – 14 Apr 1988
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PAPERBACK - Some creasing and other signs of handling/storage. Some page tanning but still in good condition. Available by email for queries.
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A lot of the material is probably included in his newer and more up to date book 'You Can't Say That' which at the same discounted price is 400 pages longer.
This book covers 1965-86 politically after reviewing his earlier life and travels. It ends at the abolition of the Greater London Council by Thatcher.
The London Nuclear Free policy sounded bizarre but was based on discovering the plans after a nuclear attack on the UK.
There would be an army & police state. Most cities including London would be abandoned as useless in a medieval agrarian economy.
The surviving Londoners would probably be starved to death behind an armed cordon of armed soldiers rather like Julius Caesars defeat of the Gauls. (pp.232-3)