Anarchy 4

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Contents of No. 4

June 1961


Where the shoe pinches: a discussion of ‘de-institutionalization’ Colin Ward 97
Conflicting strains in anarchist thought George Molnar 117
Africa & the Future: A comment J.E. 127
Cover from an engraving by H. Pisan after Gustav Doré


Scenes From Institutional Life
by John Vaizey

“It may seem a strange principle to enumerate as the very first requirement in a hospital that it should do no harm” wrote Florence Nightingale; the same is true of all the other institutions.

Faber & Faber, 10s. 6d.


Institutional Neurosis
by Russell Barton

The purpose of this booklet is to present in a systematic form the dreadful mental changes that may result from institutional life and the steps that can be taken to cure them.

John Wright & Co., 8s. 6d.


Authority & Delinquency in the Modern State
by Alex Comfort

A criminological approach to the problem of power.

Routledge, 10s. 6d.


The Informed Heart
by Bruno Bettelheim

The human condition in modern mass society.

Thames & Hudson, 35s.


Social Science and Social Pathology
by Barbara Wootton

“The aim is to assess the contributions which the social sciences have made towards the understanding, and thereby also towards the prevention and cure, of the social problems associated with unacceptable forms of deviant behaviour, and to consider—or perhaps I should rather say to speculate upon the impact of this new knowledge upon traditional attitudes and institutions.”

Allen and Unwin, 35s.


Anarchism
by Paul Eltzbacher

An analysis of the ideas of seven exponents of anarchism, Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin, Stirner, Tucker, Kropotkin and Tolstoy.

Freedom Press, 21s.


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Still available:

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).

ANARCHY 3: Moving with the times … but not in step; A notebook in South Africa (Maurice Goldman) Africa and the future (Jeremy Westall) Culture and community (Nicolas Walter) Removal of guilt (Anthony Weaver).


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ANARCHY 5 will be devoted to material on the Spanish Revolution of 1936