An issue of The Raven journal from November 1987 covering various issues. Contents below. Author Tony Gibson Donald Rooum George Melly Copied to clipboard Contents Editorial The Path Not Taken (working class self-help vs the welfare state) - Colin Ward Burgess Hill School: A Personal Account - Tony Gibson Social Ecology vs "Deep Ecology" - Murray Bookchin Anarchism and Selfishness - Donald Rooum In response to the articles on surrealism in England in issue 2: Dubious Guest At The Party - Conroy Maddox Gentlemen First - George Melly Surprise, Surprise!: A Curate's Egg - Philip Sansom And: Alexander Berkman's Russian Diary - Nicolas Walter Illustrations between pages 233 and 240. TheRaven-3-1987.pdf (11.26 MB) The Raven #01 1987 The Raven #02 1987 The Raven #03 1987 The Path Not Taken - Colin Ward The Raven #04 1988 The Raven #05 1988 The Raven #06 1988 The Raven #07 1989 The Raven #09 1990 The Raven #10: On Education The Raven #11: On Class The Raven #12: On Communication The Raven #13: Anarchists in Eastern Europe The Raven #14: On Voting The Raven #15: On Health The Raven #17: Use of land The Raven #18: Anthropology Anarchism and Africa The Raven #19: On Sociology The Raven #21: Feminism, anarchism, women The Raven #24: Science 1 The Raven #28: Chomsky on Haiti The Raven #38: 1968 The Raven #40: Genetic Modification Printer-friendly version 1980s United Kingdom Freedom Press PDF Surrealism Quite a decent issue of the much maligned journal IMHO. The main features by Ward, Bookchin and Burgess are all well worth a look.