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Book Reviews - Black Flag #223 (2003)
Book reviews from Black Flag #223 (2003).
WCH E3: The Angry Brigade, part 2
Second of our two-part interview with John Barker, Angry Brigade prisoner, covering the arrests, the sensational trial, his time in prison and…
WCH E2: The Angry Brigade, part 1
The first of a two-part interview about the Angry Brigade, Britain’s first urban guerrilla group, with John Barker, author, who in 1972 was…
A stitch in time: the ‘orchestrated networks’ of bloody Taylorism - John Barker
An analysis of the global clothing supply chain, its technology and organisation of labour; it's…
Greece: "We are drowning, let's sink the rotten boat"
Published online August 2011.
From coca to capital: free trade cocaine
John Barker on the 'War on Drugs', unequal free trade legislation, and their relationship with capitalism and its woes more broadly.
Frequently Asserted Fallacies of the Crisis and How to Quash Them
As the government's savage cuts swing into motion, The Mute Collective and John Barker take on some…
Sticky fingers: KPMG and the accountancy oligopoly
Following their involvement in the bankruptcy of car parts manufacturer Visteon, John Barker examines KPMG and the murky world of the "big four"…
Castoriadis, Cornelius, 1922-1997 - John Barker
An obituary and overview of the work of Cornelius Castoriadis, whose early theoretical writings had a strong influence on the UK Solidarity…
Review: Vague's Anarchy in the UK: The Angry Brigade - John Barker
An excellent piercing, critical review - by an ex-Brigade member - of Vague's romanticising,…