Contents of No. 3
|Moving with the times … but not in step||65|
|A notebook in South Africa||Maurice Goldman||72|
|Africa and the future||Jeremy Westall||76|
|Culture and community||Nicolas Walter||80|
|Removal of guilt||Anthony Weaver||92|
“THINKING THE THOUGHTS WHICH ALL MEN SHOULD BE THINKING …”
The collector of these volumes thus has, for a very moderate outlay (especially as the paper-bound volumes are available to readers of FREEDOM for only five shillings each) a panorama of events and opinions in the decade which has just ended. The titles of the volumes are suggestive of the immense variety of topics covered in the million-word output of the decade.
In these collections you will find not only the anarchist criticism of the political, social and economic phenomena of our time, but also praise and analysis of the “positive trends” which can be found, like seeds beneath the snow, even in the most authoritarian societies.
The Los Angeles magazine “Manas” had this to say about one of the volumes in the series:
“The reader of this book will make an important discovery—that the anarchists are thinking the thoughts which men should be thinking, in these perilous times. The anarchists are not afraid to call attention to what we are losing, have already lost in terms of freedom, in terms of love and respect for other people, in terms of the elemental decencies of life—the decencies we so easily forget when it becomes time to plunge the world into fratricide for the sake of … all those things we say we go to war for.”
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ANARCHY 1: Rescuing Galbraith from the conventional wisdom; Sex-and-Violence and the origin of the novel (Alex Comfort) Education, equality, opportunity (John Ellerby) The ‘new wave’ in Britain (Nicolas Walter).
ANARCHY 2: Workers’ Control: Looking for a movement; Approaches to industrial democracy (Geoffrey Ostergaard) The gang system in Coventry (Reg Wright) Workers’ control in the building industry (James Lynch) Aspects of syndicalism in Spain, Sweden & U.S.A. (Philip Holgate).
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ANARCHY 4: “Where the shoe pinches”
In the care of the young and the old, the delinquent and the sick, there is a recognisable trend towards “de-institutionisation”—the breakdown of institutions. What are the wider implications of this trend? What does it mean when applied to the institutions of life in general?