Liberty: A journal of anarchist communism

Liberty (front cover)
Liberty

Archive of the journal, Liberty founded in London in 1894 by James Tochatti and Louisa Sarah Bevington.

Submitted by Boris Badenov on March 26, 2010

Liberty (subtitled A Journal of Anarchist Communism) was a short-lived but influential anarchist publication. Contributors included William Morris, Sam Mainwaring, Errico Malatesta, Peter Kropotkin, Louise Michel, F. D. Nieuwenhuis and others.

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syndicalist

13 years 11 months ago

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Submitted by syndicalist on March 29, 2010

Thank you!

Steven.

13 years 11 months ago

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Submitted by Steven. on March 29, 2010

this is really excellent, thank you!

Farce

13 years 11 months ago

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Submitted by Farce on March 29, 2010

Nice!

Battlescarred

12 years 11 months ago

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Submitted by Battlescarred on March 14, 2011

Any chance of issues 1- 12 being put up?

Boris Badenov

12 years 11 months ago

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Submitted by Boris Badenov on March 15, 2011

Sorry Battlescarred, that's all there was on the microfilm rolls. I've yet to find the first year. Naturally, I will upload it here if I do.

Battlescarred

12 years 11 months ago

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Submitted by Battlescarred on March 15, 2011

Excellent work anyway, Boris, and a great opportunity for a look into the British anarchist movement at that time.

Network

1 year 4 months ago

Submitted by Network on October 19, 2022

I've got pdfs of the missing issues from 1894, could I be given editing rights for this article so I can upload them?

Submitted by Steven. on October 20, 2022

Network wrote: I've got pdfs of the missing issues from 1894, could I be given editing rights for this article so I can upload them?

that would be fantastic! Hopefully you should now have editing rights?
NB after editing you will need to click Revisions and Revert to your latest change. Thanks so much

Network

1 year 4 months ago

Submitted by Network on October 21, 2022

There we go. I also split the files that had two months bundled into one (except Sep/Oct 1896 which was published as one issue). Sadly some pages of the 1894 editions are a little hard to read.

Submitted by Steven. on October 21, 2022

Network wrote: There we go. I also split the files that had two months bundled into one (except Sep/Oct 1896 which was published as one issue). Sadly some pages of the 1894 editions are a little hard to read.

fantastic, thanks