The October 2010 edition of Black Flag had a particularly international flavour to it, talking about the experiences and problems of "official" migrant workers in the UK, the problems of international development work and about attacks on groups like the Zapatistas in Mexico and cleaners in Sweden.
IN THIS ISSUE
- Exposé: A US citizen exposes the ever-changing landscape for getting visas and the games played with people’s lives by politicians grubbing for votes
- Cover story: Ed Goddard pulls on the links between traditional trade unionism and the state – do union bureaucracies deliberately dampen militancy?
- Analysis: A journalist who has worked the Somali coast gives a different view on ‘progressive’ piracy in the Indian Ocean
- Reportage: Joe Hell looks at the action in a wave of desperate measures by cleaning staff
- In Focus: The Anarchist Federation on cuts
- Breathing Utopia: A former international development worker explains the industry and why it shouldn’t exist
- Reportage: The Zapatistas are under attack
- In focus: Proudon, the first anarchist
- Radical Reprint: Proudhon vs Leroux
- Analysis: Kropotkin’s social revolution
- Analysis: Willis’s “history of historians”
- Review: Pistoleros! one and two
- Hob’s Choice: The newest pamphlets
- Review: Lenny Flank and Marxism
- Review: Dave Douglass – the trilogy
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