Walking to Greenham: How the Peace-Camp Began and the Cold War Ended
"Poignant and insightful." —The Spokesman Ann Pettitt taught French before running a successful small business making ceramic tiles. She has written for a number of national newspapers, feminist publications, and other magazines on the subjects of the Greenham Peace Camp, feminism, sustainable living, Welsh politics, and walking and public footpaths.
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- Honno Press (August 1, 2006)
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