A Life for Anarchy (Damaged) A Stuart Christie Reader

Stuart Christie (Author); Kate Sharpley Library (Editor)

$18.00

Publisher: Kate Sharpley Library
Format: Book
Binding: pb
Pages: 282
Released: November 2, 2021
ISBN-13: 9781939202376

From time to time we get books that are damaged at our distributor or in shipping. They are perfectly good (the kind of damage you might get if they were in your bag) but stores won't take them usually. So we're offering these imperfect books at 1/2 off, while supplies last!

"Without freedom there would be no equality and without equality no freedom, and without struggle there would be neither" —Stuart Christie

Stuart Christie (1946–2020) is best known for his involvement in the anarchist resistance to the Franco dictatorship in Spain. He also co-founded the Anarchist Black Cross, Black Flag and Cienfuegos Press – among many other publishing ventures.

This collection of articles has been put together as a tribute to his life by the Kate Sharpley Library collective. It contains some of his short political writings from the anarchist, radical and mainstream press; and some of his tributes to his friends and comrades. The final section contains a selection of tributes friends and comrades paid to him.

This book is not meant to be a crash course in modern anarchist history but simply a tribute to our friend who dedicated his life to "self-managed collectivism, individual freedom, solidarity and fun!"

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