Coming together with a small group of friends, Ann Pettitt started a movement that changed the face of Cold War Britain. Her remarkable memoir tells the real story behind one of the 20th century's most iconic expressions of grass roots political will. She exposes the surprising roots of the march on Greenham Common, how the Peace Camp left the marchers behind, and how those first marchers took their cause direct to the Kremlin. It is an intriguing and challenging look at what shaped a generation of women's lives and made them strong enough to fight for what they truly believed in.
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About the Author
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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"Poignant and insightful." —The Spokesman