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Who was Zapata? Man, myth, inspiration or movie icon? Zapata was the leading figure of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. He fought for the rights of local communities against greedy landlords, treacherous politicians and foreign-owned companies. Under the slogan ‘Land and Liberty!’ he became the purest embodiment of the Mexican Revolution. Zapata’s memory, like his ghost, rides
William Blake (1757–1827) was a poet, painter, engraver and visionary. Considered eccentric, if not mad, in his own day, he now appears as a key figure in English Romanticism. He listened to ‘Messengers from Heaven’ but he had his feet firmly on the ground and was involved in the central issues of his revolutionary age. Throughout his life he
Wildcat concentrates on the health services.
For review see: Peace News
Third volume in the Wildcat series of anarchist comics.
The second volume of Donald Rooum's Wildcat cartoons.
The latest in the 'Wildcat' series of cartoons by Donald Rooum, this time in full colour! See short review in Peace News.
The first anthology of comics culled from the pages of Freedom and other UK anarchist periodicals. Political satire at its finest.
What anarchists believe; what anarchists do; how anarchists differ. An introduction by Donald Rooum, along with some classic texts from the likes of Malatesta, Kropotkin, Rocker, Ward, Berkman, Bakunin et al. A useful primer.
Rob Evans and Paul Lewis expose the lying, stinking, double-crossing tosser pigs who inflitrated protest movements from the 1960's onwards.
The Public Circular of the Situationalist International issued in 1972 when guess what - they split. 138 pages
Michael Duane relates an educational experiment in a state school
Raoul Vaneigem tells us that we "have a world of pleasures to win and nothing to lose but boredom". the manifesto of the revolution of 1968 even more relevant today. 280 pages
Simon Ford presents an annotated bibliography of the SI's offshoots from 1972 to 1992. 150 pages
Verso have brought out a new edition of Max Stirner's anarchist classic. 343 pages with introduction by James Martin. Natty minimalist cover.
Fermin Rocker was born in the East End of London in 1907, the son of Rudolf Rocker, the famous anarchist theorist, activist and disciple of Kropotkin. A book illustrator, and painter, in exploring his origins as an artist, Fermin conjures a moving and colorful picture of his remarkable father, of Anarchism and of the Jewish
Talking schools gathers together ten lectures given in Britain and the United States to teachers conferences
Black T-Shirt with Freedom newspaper logo on left chest and smaller version on the sleeve.
White T-Shirt with large design of Wildcat (from the Donald Rooum cartoon) carrying an anarchy sign placard and also a small Freedom logo on the sleeve…
Black T-Shirt with Anarchist Star and small Freedom logo on sleeve.