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An exploration of the life of Emiliano Zapata and his impact on the Mexican Revolution.
A look at the Bristol Garden Suburb Ltd, established in 1909 to forward the idea of the Garden City and a revisitation of the ideas of Ebenezer Howard in the light of several topics of green chatter – transition towns, peak oil and Gordon Brown's intention to promote the construction of eco-towns.
A collection of articles, essays and pamphlets by anarchist Alex Comfort, author of The Joy of Sex.
edited by Vernon Richards This is the Third volume in the FREEDOM PRESS Centenary Series covering the years 1939-1950. During this 50th anniversary of the declaration of war against Germany we shall be bombarded with books and TV series as well as church services throughout the country, and the government will not spare expense to
by Michael Duane Work: "The nature of work in industrial society today is such that those who stop to think about it wonder why so many millions of otherwise sane people spend so much of their lives, apparently without complaint, at work over which they have no control and from which they derive no personal
This pamphlet was a collaborative project between the Anarchist Federation and Red and Black Leeds. Be sure to check out their website or contact them if you are in Leeds: https://wearetherabl.wordpress.com/ Much of the editing of this pamphlet was undertaken while on the clock and slacking off. We live in a society where the activities
By Juan Pedro Aparicio, Luis Mateo Diez & Jose Maria Merino From the blurb: The "Filandon" in Hay-on-Wye. This volume collects the tales that are the basis for Aparicio, Diez and Merino's "Filandon": that is, very short stories of a genre reborn midway through the twentieth century and known variously as the micro-story, min-fiction or
by J.M Patrick An enclosure struggle sparks a discussion of how land should be used, in the wake of the English Civil War. A great revolution always involves changes in land ownership. That the Puritan Revolution was no exception is proved by the story of agrarian riots in 1659, over property rights to Enfield Chase,
Marshall presents Blake as a forerunner of modern anarchism and social ecology, and reveals the light which shines behind the misty mountain range of his symbolism and mythology.
A selection celebrating 20 years of Wildcat appearances in Freedom newspaper.
Wildcat concentrates on the health services.
Arms trade comics by Donald Rooum
an illustrated lecture on anarchism
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!
The first anthology of comics culled from the pages of Freedom and other UK anarchist periodicals. Political satire at its finest.
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Flaming challenges to masculinity, objectification, and the desire to conform
4th Edition Corporate Watch publication Strip lights, endless queues of strangers and shelves of packets, fake smiles from bored checkout assistants - Isn't there a better way to get our food? Supermarkets wield immense power over the way we grow, buy and eat our food. They are shaping our environment, our health and the way
Corporate Social Responsibility? or Complete Sidelining of Reality? Can big business be part of a sustainable future? or is the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) a contradiction in terms? This new report explores how CSR has evolved, what corporations get out of it, and what a truly social responsible corporation would look like. A
by Alexander Berkman From the blurb: Alexander Berkman's WHAT IS COMMUNIST ANARCHISM? is a key text in the development of anarchist ideas. It was first published in 1929 and to a large extent still provides an introduction to the Anarchist position, written 'in the plainest and clearest terms'. Berkman was not an original thinker and