Archive of Views and Comments, an anarcho-syndicalist leaning publication produced out of New York by the Libertarian League from 1955 until 1966.
Coming out of the Libertarian Book Club in New York City, Sam Dolgoff, Esther Dolgoff and Russell Blackwell started the Libertarian League in 1954. They began producing Views and Comments, an anarcho-syndicalist leaning publication. Although rooted in what was left of the aging immigrant anarchist community in the United States, the League and the journal attracted a handful of educated, younger people and its small circulation included a large proportion of universities and colleges.
The Libertarian League as a formal organization never grew much beyond the already existing circle around the Dolgoffs and Blackwell in New York City, holding one national conference in Youngstown, Ohio during the spring of 1959. The League mostly concentrated on putting out Views and Comments, as well as holding talks and events in New York City on such topics as aiding Spanish anarchists facing execution and the American labor movement.
Views and Comments mainly focused on promoting anarcho-syndicalism and libertarian socialism as political categories to transform the world, and included many articles on the international syndicalist movement, the early years of the American civil rights movement, critiques of 'business unionism' and polemics aimed at state socialism. One of the last notable publications primarily run by anarchists whose direct roots lie in the 'Old Left' of the Great Depression and Spanish civil war years, it continued publishing until 1966.
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-Unruly equality: U.S. anarchism in the 20th century by Andrew Cornell