ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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LONDON-Knots in the Same Rope

Knots in the Same Rope Farrukh Dhondy PARADOXICALLY, the question of race in Britain can only be solved when it is not seen as a question of race. Five hundred workers in Loughborough, all Asians, have forced their union to recognise their seven-week-old strike and declare it official. They have pressured the government into appointing an arbitration team to examine their demand for freedom from racial discrimination in industrial employment, and so forced themselves onto the self-consciousness of contemporary British history.

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