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Accounts of the struggle against the poll tax across Kent compiled by Eric Segal, a leading figure in the anti-poll tax struggle who was imprisoned for his refusal to pay.

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Accounts of the struggle against the poll tax across Kent compiled by Eric Segal, a leading figure in the anti-poll tax struggle who was imprisoned for his refusal to pay.

“Whilst a definitive history of the great battle against the Poll Tax is yet to be written, the invaluable importance of this book lies in the oral history of personal reminiscences and the contemporous minutes of those in the front line of the struggle and the lessons it contains for the battles yet to come.” Dave Nellist, from the introduction.

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