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G. A "Harry" Soderberg was a Communist party member in its earliest days and became London organiser of the National Unemployed Workers' Committee Movement (NUWCM), which had been established on 15th April 1921 at the International Socialist Club.
However, in 1923 Harry Soderberg left the Communist Party and worked with Sylvia Pankhurst in attempting to establish a rival Unemployed Workers' Organisation (UWO) in 1923. The UWO attacked the NUWCM for" limiting itself to improving conditions for the unemployed and accused it of being dominated by professional politicians" The Communist Party declared the UWO as "dominated by middle class politicians".
`Sylvia Pankhurst’ by Barbara Winslow