Anarchy 23

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Contents of No. 23

January 1963

Housing and helplessness John Ellerby 1
Do it yourself Ian Nairn 4
Miners who run their own pit Douglas Stuckey 7
Direct action for houses: the story of the squatters   9
We built our own Harry Deverson 16
What hope for housing societies? Tristram Shandy 17
Bethnal Green: a museum of housing Colin Ward 21
A man’s ambition must be small Jack Robinson 25
John Rae and the myths of war Arthur Uloth 28
Cover by Rufus Segar  

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Other issues of ANARCHY

  1. Sex-and-Violence; Galbraith; the New Wave, Education.
  2. Workers’ Control
  3. What does anarchism mean today?; Africa; the Long Revolution.
  4. De-institutionalisation; Conflicting strains in anarchism.
  5. 1936: the Spanish Revolution.
  6. Anarchy and the Cinema.
  7. Adventure Playgrounds.
  8. Anarchists and Fabians; Action Anthropology; Eroding Capitalism.
  9. Prison.
  10. Sillitoe’s Key to the Door; MacInnes on Crime; Augustus John’s Utopia; Committee of 100.
  11. Paul Goodman; Neill on Education; the Character-Builders.
  12. Who are the anarchists?
  13. Direct Action.
  14. Disobedience.
  15. The work of David Wills.
  16. Ethics of anarchism; Africa; Anthropology; Poetry of Dissent.
  17. Towards a lumpenproletariat: Education vs. the working class; Freedom of access; Benevolent bureaucracy; CD and CND.
  18. Comprehensive Schools.
  19. Theatre: anger and anarchy.
  20. Non-violence as a reading of history; Freud, anarchism and experiments in living.
  21. Secondary modern.
  22. Cranston’s Dialogue on anarchy.

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In Anarchy 20 we referred to Kropotkin’s Mutual Aid as ‘long out of print’. So it is in Britain, but the American edition of 1955 is available at three dollars (hard-bound) and two dollars (paperback) from Libertarian League, P.O. Box 261, Cooper Station, New York 3, N.Y.

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