A short series of articles about anarchism from Australia in the 1950s and 60s.
Anarchism without tears
An essay aimed at discovering anarchism's relevance to modern society
A detailed and critical look at anarchism as a praxis from a councilist viewpoint, written by a member of the Brisbane Self-Management Group (SMG), Greg George. It was published as a pamphlet by the SMG in about the mid-1970s. The SMG were a councilist/libertarian socialist group in the tradition of Solidarity (UK) and Socialisme ou Barbarie (France).