An issue of The Raven journal from March 1988 covering various issues. Articles of extremely variable quality. Contents below. Copied to clipboard Contents Editorial Johann Most in Europe - Heiner Becker Computers and Anarchism - Paul Rabin Designing the new Zones of Deviancy: Professional Criminology and Anarchist Impulses - Chris Powell The Geography and Landscapes of an Anarchist Britain - David Pepper Rudolf Rocker's Anarcho-Syndicalism - Nicolas Walter Sexual Freedom for the Young: Society and the Sexual Life of Children and Adolescents - John Hewetson (introduced by Colin Ward) A Reply to Black Flag The Catachresis of Ecology - Donald Rooum Illustrations between pages 305 and 312 (pages 19-26 in the PDF). Raven4.pdf (12.09 MB) The Raven #01 1987 The Raven #02 1987 The Raven #03 1987 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 #17: Use of land The Raven #21: Feminism, anarchism, women The Raven #28: Chomsky on Haiti The Raven #38: 1968 The Raven #40: Genetic Modification Printer-friendly version 1980s United Kingdom Freedom Press PDF "Computers and Anarchism" by Paul Rabin is comically terrible as well as being very dated. The John Hewetson article is very peculiar. On the plus side, it makes some surprisingly forward thinking points for the early 1950s when it was written. The general point that ridding society of sexual repression will have many wide-ranging benefits is good. The specific point that this alone will prevent the killing of children seems... optimistic. Its focus on the sexual freedom of children on the island of Trobriand is interesting but quite narrow and begs the question of the other aspects of that society and this, and what bearing they might have on sexuality, freedom, oppression and violence. I couldn't be arsed with the articles on geography and criminology. Sorry, can't see the PDF yet? LOL. Ah yes. Forgot that one last step! Here you go.