Black Flag 231 (Mid 2010)

Black Flag 231 (Mid 2010)

This issue is both a celebration of big anniversaries and big voices who are sadly no longer with us, while also keeping an eye on the future for information.

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

  • Cover story: Why parliament has lumbered us with a dodgy digital future
  • Interview: Flag gets hold of one of its founders after 40 years for a chat about him and the magazine
  • Debate: Scouring the best thinkers in search of an answer to to the question: Why vote?
  • Breathing Utopia: Freeing information in a post revolutionary world
  • Anniversary: Celebrating the century for Britannica’s classic introduction to anarchism
  • Theory: The problem with nationalism
  • Radical Reprint: Marking Colin Ward’s life through his work on housing
  • Theory: On prefuturist anarchism
  • Reportage: Looking at the NHS
  • Overview: Libertarian approaches to healthcare
  • History: Looking into the background of the Internationale
  • Anniversary: The Poll Tax riots
  • Interview: A last chat with radical historian Howard Zinn

REVIEWS

  • Dear Granny Smith
  • Hob’s Choice: All the best new pamphlets
  • Review Debate: Non-Leninist Marxism
  • Malatesta’s Anarchy

Black Flag is stocked in radical bookshops across the UK and available from AK Distribution and Active Distro. The editorial address is Black Flag, BM Hurricane, London, WC1N 3XX, UK. Each issue costs £3 + £1 p&p. UK cheques payable 'Black Flag'.

Alternatively, you can buy online at AKUK.com

Email blackflagmag AT yahoo.co.uk for more information

For other issues of Black Flag, go to:

Black Flag 230 (Late 2009)
Black Flag 229 (Mid 2009)
Black Flag 228 (Late 2008)
Black Flag 227 (Mid 2008)
Black Flag 226 (Late 2007)

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May 21 2011 11:35

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Rob Ray
May 21 2011 11:36

NB// Can an admin please delete the preview verison of this (http://libcom.org/library/black-flag-231-out-now)

Rob Ray
May 21 2011 12:23

Oops forgot to hit the "list file" button - actual download is http://libcom.org/files/BF231.pdf