book reviews

No Shortcuts, but to where?

Nick Driedger reviews Jane McAlevey’s No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age. This article was first published by Organizing Work.

The Government of No One: The Theory and Practice of Anarchism by Ruth Kinna [Book review]

Review of Kinna's 2019 book looking at questions of political violence, class, and class-struggle anarchism.

Fellow Worker : Barry Pateman reviews Cole, Struthers, and Zimmer, Wobblies of the World

Formed in June 1905 at a Chicago conference, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) immediately set out to break up the existing American labour landscape.

The best is yet to come: a review of Mitchell Abidor’s edition of the Anarchist Encyclopedia

Sébastien Faure

A review of Mitchell Abidor's translated abridgment of the Anarchist Encyclopedia, an immense, collaborative work produced largely by the French 'grand old man' Sébastien Faure. Abidor's contribution is valuable, but leaves us wanting more.

The Sons of Night by Antoine Gimenez and the Giménologues [Book review]

This is your chance to meet Antoine Gimenez who, by anybody’s standards, led an interesting life.

A partner not envisaged

LEILA BERG, well-known as a writer for and about children, has contributed to several recent issues of ANARCHY.

Anarchy #046

Issue of Anarchy magazine published in December 1964. This issue collects a series of book reviews of recent books including EP Thompsons the Making of the English Working Class