The slow burning fuse: the lost history of the British anarchists - John Quail

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Partial text of John Quail's excellent history of the anarchist movement in the UK from its origins until the 20th century.

Submitted by Steven. on September 30, 2009

Text taken from the now-defunct John Gray archive
Unfortunately the whole text has not been scanned, available here are the introduction and first seven chapters. If anyone can help us OCR the rest please get in touch.

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T La Palli

12 years 10 months ago

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Submitted by T La Palli on April 26, 2011

Does anybody know if the rest of the chapters are online anywhere? I searched them but had no luck. Thought I'd double check before typing them out.

T La Palli

12 years 10 months ago

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Submitted by T La Palli on April 26, 2011

I also think this deserves to be republished.

Kate Sharpley

9 years 4 months ago

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Submitted by Kate Sharpley on October 30, 2014

I got a copy at the bookfair (October 2014) - I'm assuming copies are still available from Freedom, though it's not on their website.

imposs1904

6 years ago

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Submitted by imposs1904 on March 1, 2018

Anybody know if John Quail is still working on his history of Solidarity?