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Edited extracts from the Class, Feminism and Revolution recorded at the 2007 Dublin anarchist bookfair. The meeting was organised by RAG (Revolutionary Anarcha-Feminist Group) and was based around a written textBecause of the nature of the event (it broke up into workshops) and the recording equipment a lot of the recording was indistinct. I've salvage out the clearer sections and then passed these through some filters so I think there extracts are easy to hear. Apologies for contributions that were missed because I couldn't salvage them. The audio is about 4mb and 25 minutes

Audio at http://www.indymedia.ie/attachments/mar2007/rag.mp3

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