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