General Ludd - RAD-LUDD1


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Ned Ludd, possibly born Edward Ludlam, is the person from whom, it is popularly claimed, the Luddites took their name.
In 1779, Ludd is supposed to have broken two stocking frames in a fit of rage. After this incident, attacks on the frames were jokingly blamed on Ludd. When the "Luddites" emerged in the 1810s, his identity was appropriated to become the folkloric character of Captain Ludd, also known as King Ludd or General Ludd, the Luddites' alleged leader and founder. Special Insert Printed on Normal Paper.

A1. Fourth Wall

A2. Run, Don't Play Dead

B1. Cunninghame Shame

B2. Open Back of the Meat Van