PDFs

The Road to Freedom Vol. 1, No. 7 (May 1925)

The May 1925 issue of The Road to Freedom, an anarchist newspaper published out of New Jersey and New York from 1924-1932. Contributors include Marcus Graham, Ricardo Flores Magon, Herbert Spencer, Rabindranath Tagore and Harry Kelly.

The Road to Freedom Vol. 1, No. 6 (April 1925)

The April 1925 issue of The Road to Freedom, an anarchist newspaper published out of New Jersey and New York from 1924-1932. Contributors include J.A. Perez, Harry Kelly, Marcus Graham and Rabindranath Tagore.

The Road to Freedom Vol. 1, No. 4 (February 1925)

The February 1925 issue of The Road to Freedom, an anarchist newspaper published out of New Jersey and New York from 1924-1932. Contributors include Marcus Graham, William Morris and Harry Kelly.

The Road to Freedom Vol. 1, No. 2 (December 1924)

The December 1924 issue of The Road to Freedom, an anarchist newspaper published out of New Jersey and New York from 1924-1932. Contributers include Max Baginski, Emma Goldman, and Jean Grave.

Transnational feminism's radical past: Lessons from Italian immigrant women anarchists in industrializing America

An article by Jennifer Guglielmo on the activism of Italian immigrant anarchist women in the US during the early twentieth century.

The Fighting-call bulletin

Partial online archive of Fighting-call, a Spanish workers' journal of the Freedom Group and Anti-Parliamentary Communist Federation with information from the Spanish anarchist organisations CNT-FAI during the Civil War.

Marxism and a free society - Marcus Graham

An anarchist reply to Isaac Deutscher’s address on “Socialist Man” with particular reference to the Minutes of the First International and the sabotaging of the Hague Congress by the Marx clique.

Man! and the International Group: American anarchism’s missing chapter

A paper by Hillary Lazar about Man!, an anarchist newspaper produced during the 1930s.

'The rebellion of the hanged': B. Traven's anti-fascist novel of the Mexican revolution - Kenneth Payne

Kenneth Payne's analysis of B.Traven's novel The Rebellion of the Hanged.

Positive affect as coercive strategy: conditionality, activation and the role of psychology in UK government workfare programmes

A journal article on the use of psychology in workfare to erase the experience and effects of social and economic inequalities and to construct a psychological ideal that links unemployment primarily to psychological deficit. This, in turn the authors argue, authorises the extension of state — and state-contracted — surveillance to psychological characteristics.