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Rosemary Small

Born Rosemary Reid, she was born in 1927. As Rosemary Small, she wrote articles in the Daily Worker, including on "colour prejudice” in Britain in 1965.

 
She became the Communist Party’s full-time women’s organiser for a period in the early 1970s.
 
 
The author of the Party pamphlets “Women: the road to equality and socialism” (1972) and “Marxism and the Family” (1974), Rosemary Small died in 1981.