This issue mixed in wide-ranging theoretical works abut the welfare state and neo-liberalism, along with highly specific interviews with the organisers of large cultural events such as the anarchist bookfair. It's rounded off with the first of a new series - Breathing Utopia, offering a view of how people would see their jobs change in a post revolutionary world.
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
- 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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