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Black Flag *230

Black Flag *230

Black Flag: For a social system based on mutual aid and voluntary co-operation - against state control and all forms of government and economic repression. To establish a share in the general prosperity for all - the breaking down of racial, religious, national and sex barriers - and to fight for the life of one world.

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Following a fantastic response at the London bookfair to this issue, Black Flag is even more proud than usual (so that's pretty damn proud) to do our usual giveaway of one particularly thoughtful article from the latest magazine, issue 230 to show roughly what we're about and encourage people to buy, distro and volunteer to help out the real deal in paper, thus keeping us running.

This issue, Brighton SolFed writes in Black Flag about the class logic behind the destruction of the post war social contract...

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

  • Cover story: Examining the new welfare bill and why its regressive politics must be fought
  • Theory: Exploring the roots of anarchist economics
  • Overview: The history and present of the anarchist bookfair, by one of the founders of the event
  • Breathing Utopia: Our new series on how society’s essential functions might work after a revolution, starting with journalism
  • In Focus: Part two of Tom Gaynor’s look at the ideology and legacy of New Labour
  • Theory: Examining neoliberalism
  • Debate: Nicholas Evans argues the case for a new kind of Wikipedia
  • Reportage: The secrets of Oaxaca
  • Theory: Was Nietzsche an anarchist?
  • Report: The Anarchist Conference 2009 and moves towards another in 2010
  • Debate:Manchester No Borders on the need for solidarity with Calais migrants
  • Biography: The story of Ethel MacDonald
  • Radical Reprint: Ethel and the Civil War

REVIEWS

  • Ethel MacDonald: An anarchist’s story
  • Black Flame: The class politics of anarchism and syndicalism
  • The Battle for Spain: 1936-1939
  • The Resistible rise of Benito Mussolini
  • Plus our regular pamphlet reviews column: Hob’s Choice

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