Je sans frontieres? By William Bowles

30 August 2005

Although I was born into a relatively poor working class family (my father was London organiser of the Musicians Union and earned a very low wage), I was also privileged because my extended family of aunts and uncles (over 30) and the political culture that for the most part, they embraced, gave me access to riches denied to most of my contemporaries.

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