Liverpool City of Radicals

John Belchem discusses radicals and radicalism in Liverpool. Beginning in 1911, a year which saw a warship on the Mersey suppressing near revolution in the Liverpool Transport Strike, Belchem speaks on the history of the city, the politics, theatre, architecture and art and concludes with a look at the contemporary city and asks what role radicalism can play in the future of Liverpool.

Image courtesy of John Belchem

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