Sandra Bloodworth

Labour historian and author of 'Rebel Women'

Sandra Bloodworth is a Marxist activist and writer who has been active since the mid-1970s in a wide range of campaigns and strikes including the campaign to stop the Jabiluka uranium mine and the Refugee Action Collective. She is co-editor of and contributor to Rebel Women in Australian Working Class History, and author of How Workers Took Power: the 1917 Russian Revolution, and A Crime Beyond Denunciation. A Marxist Analysis of Capitalist Crisis. She has also written extensively on questions of women’s oppression and pre-class societies, the politics of Lenin, imperialism and the Middle East.