Contents of No. 18
|Educating the non-scholastic||H. Raymond King||233|
|Bombed site and comprehensive school||Winifred Hindley||238|
|A last look round||Sixth-Former||242|
|Some were all right||Early Leaver||243|
|Eleven-plus and the comprehensive||Parent||246|
|A senior concert of the high school of music and art||Paul Goodman||248|
|Down there with Isherwood||Dachine Rainer||251|
|Comment on Anarchy 13 & 14: Direct action and disobedience||H.D.||255|
|The anarchists from outside||Nicholas Harman||255|
|Cover: from a drawing by Kenneth Browne of Hurlingham School, Fulham (Architects: Richard Sheppard and Partners).|
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- Workers’ Control.
- What does anarchism mean today?; Africa; the Long Revolution; Exceptional Children.
- De-institutionalisation; Conflicting strains in anarchism.
- 1936: the Spanish Revolution.
- Anarchy and the Cinema.
- Adventure Playgrounds.
- Anarchists and Fabians; Action Anthropology; Eroding Capitalism; Orwell.
- Sillitoe’s Key to the Door; MacInnes on Crime; Augustus John’s Utopia; Committee of 100 and Industry.
- Paul Goodman; Neill on Education; the Character-Builders.
- Who are the anarchists?
- Direct Action.
- The work of David Wills.
- Ethics of anarchism; Africa; Anthropology; Poetry of Dissent.
- Towards a lumpenproletariat: Education vs. the working class; Freedom of access; Benevolent bureaucracy; CD and CND.
We are grateful to Mr. King and Mrs. Hindley, and the editors of Forum: for the discussion of new trends in education and of Athene, journal of the Society for Education Through Art, respectively, for permission to use their articles. (See inside back cover).
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