Anarchy 5

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Contents of No. 5

July 1961


July 19, 1936: Republic or Revolution? V.R. 129
Brenan’s Spanish Labyrinth Marie Louise Berneri 137
The Congress of Zaragoza Philip Holgate 144
Some Conclusions on the Spanish Collectives Gaston Leval 149
A Peasant Experiment in Anarchist-Communism H. E. Kaminski 156
Notes in the Margin C.W. 159
Cover Philip Sansom  
Cover Poem: ‘Song for the Spanish Anarchists’ Herbert Read  


SPANISH REFUGEE AID

was formed in 1953 to assist the Spanish refugees, 150,000 of whom have been living in France often in misery and poverty, since 1939. They lost their homes, health, jobs and country because they would not live under a dictatorship. Funds are needed for the FOYER PABLO CASALS, a centre for old people
at Montauban, France,
Hon. Chairmen: Pablo Casals, Lazaro Cardenas
Chairman: Mary McCarthy
Executive Secretary: Nancy MacDonald
80 East 11th Street, New York City, N.Y., U.S.A.

FRANCO’S PRISONERS SPEAK

The letters and the lists of names and sentences reproduced in this pamphlet come from one of the Spanish prisons.
They are written by the prisoners.
They describe life in a Spanish prison.
The problem of the prison is the problem of Spain.
Here is the situation that the Franco regime is trying to hide from the outside world.
Obtainable for 1s. 6d. from
Spanish Ex-Servicemen’s Association
c/o 210 Bravington Road, London, W.9.

Solidaridad Obrera

Portavoz de la Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo de España
Precio: 0.30 NF semanal.  Suscripcion: 15.60 NF el año.

Suplemento Literario

de Solidaridad Obrera
Precio: 0.70 NF monsual.  Suscripcion: 8.40 NF el año
(extraniero 10.00 NF).
Both from: 24 rue Ste-Marthe, Paris X.

ONT

Organo do la CNT de España en Exilio
Precio: 0.30 NF semanal.  Suscripcion: 15.60 NF el año.

Cenit

Revista Mensual
Precio: 1.00 NF
Both From: 4 rue Belfort, Toulouse (H-G) France.

PUBLIC MEETING

TO COMMEMORATE THE SPANISH REVOLUTION
AND TO EXPRESS SOLIDARITY WITH THE SPANISH PEOPLE.
Film: Fury over Spain.
Speakers from Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo (in exile),
London Anarchist Group, Syndicalist Workers’ Federation,
Freie Arbeiter Stimme Group.
6 pm SUNDAY JULY 16th 1961
at DENISON HOUSE, VAUXHALL BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON SW1



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).

ANARCHY 4: Where the shoe pinches: a discussion of “de-institutionalisation” (Colin Ward) Conflicting strains in anarchist thought (George Molnar) Africa and the future: a comment (J.E.)


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