Neil Rafeek. Communist Women in Scotland. Red Clydeside from the Russian Revolution to the end of the Soviet Union.
Londres: I.B.Tauris, 2008.
Preface and Acknowledgements
1 – Introduction: Where are Women in Communist Party History?
2 – Becoming a Militant: Socialist Politicization from Childhood, 1914-44
3 – The Experience of Women Activists in the Party Structure, 1945-60
4 – Sacrifice and Advance: The Scottish Women’s Advisory Committee and Women’s Sections, 1947-69
5 – Solidarity with the Socialist World: The Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc, 1917-64
6 – Proud, Radical and Optimistic in a Changing World: The 1960s Generation, 1960-76
7 – Open Discord, Internal Division and Permanent Decline, 1977-91
8 – Integral to the Cause: A Woman’s Place in the Communist Party in Scotland
Appendix A: Interview Dates and Interview Lengths
Appendix B: Age Gradient
Appendix C: Communist Party of Great Britain in Scotland
Appendix D: Women on the Scottish Committee of the Communist Party, 1943-91
Appendix E: World Youth Festivals
Appendix F: Those who Visited the Socialist Countries