A brief survey of contemporary Australian anarchist groups

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May 31 2008 16:47
A brief survey of contemporary Australian anarchist groups

Hola,

See: http://slackbastard.anarchobase.com/?p=1192

Cheers,

@ndy.

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Jun 19 2008 04:40

Well..........not very informative @ndy and of course false insofar as it concerns the history of the ASF. But I'm used to that.

See the wikipedia article on Australian anarchism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchism_in_Australia to fill in some background (and some factual correction!) The wikipedia article is still very unfinished by the way, and unlike @ndy's blog it does get read outside the ghetto, so it might be a good idea to contribute to it.....

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Jun 19 2008 08:33

Um, OK. I think it is what it says on the title: a brief survey. The info on the ASF is minimal, and says almost nothing about its history. Which, if I was going to explore, I'd probably title something like 'history of the ASF'. As for my blog's readership, it's actually reasonably large, having had approximately 211,665 visitors since June 12, 2006, and many thousands of comments.

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Jun 19 2008 10:33

Well there you go, I've been ill-natured and unreasonable in public. Oops.

It remains true however that a contribution to the wikipedia article would be a good thing.