Anarchy 12

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Contents of No. 12

February 1962

Who are the anarchists?   33
The anarchist personality Tony Gibson 35
The Freedom readership survey   50
Who will be the anarchists? Tristram Shandy 57
Reflections on mass media Martin Small 60
Cover by Rufus Segar  


Vol  1 1951: Mankind is One
Vol  2 1952: Postscript to Posterity
Vol  3 1953: Colonialism on Trial
Vol  4 1954: Living on a Volcano
Vol  5 1955: The Immoral Moralists
Vol  6 1956: Oil and Troubled Waters
Vol  7 1957: Year One—Sputnik Era
Vol  8 1958: Socialism in a Wheelchair
Vol  9 1959: Print, Press & Public
Vol 10 1960: The Tragedy of Africa

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No. 1.  Alex Comfort on Sex-and-Violence, Nicolas Walter on the New Wave, and articles on education, opportunity, and Galbraith.

No. 2.  A symposium on Workers’ Control.

No. 3.  What does anarchism mean today?, and articles on Africa, the ‘Long Revolution’ and exceptional children.

No. 4.  George Molnar on conflicting strains in anarchism, Colin Ward on the breakdown of institutions.

No. 5.  A symposium on the Spanish Revolution of 1936.

No. 6.  Anarchy and Cinema: articles on Vigo, Buñuel and Flaherty. Two experimental film-makers discuss their work.

No. 7.  A symposium on Adventure Playgrounds.

No. 8.  Anarchists and Fabians, Kenneth Maddock on action anthropology, Reg Wright on erosion inside capitalism, Nicolas Walter on Orwell.

No. 9.  A symposium on Prison.

No. 10.  Alan Sillitoe’s Key to the Door, Colin MacInnes on crime, Augustus John on utopia, Committee of 100 seminar on industry and workers’ control.

No. 11.  The World of Paul Goodman, and articles on education by Paul Goodman, Harold Drasdo and A. S. Neill.

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