THE RAVEN 36 - Anarchist Quarterly - Volume 9 No. 4 - Class Struggle and Social Protest.
Freedom Press, London, Autumn 1997, 1st edn., paperback original, p.289 to p.396, pictorial upper wrappers, contributions by David Douglas (The Relevance of Class in Class War), Derek Pattison (Unemployment: ideological construct or economic reality? Learning to Labour?), Guy Cheverton (The 7,000 mile picket line: Liverpool dockers two years on), Albert Shore (Managing the Unemployed), Norman Stock (Greve Generale: surprised again by the mass strike), Brian Bamford (History of Conflict in Puerto Rico. A conversation with Pepe Gomez in September 1996. Street-wise South of the Sierras), Donald Rooum (Class Struggle, or Acting for Ourselves), Jean Pollard (Class Struggle - No Struggle), Peter Neville (Some Thoughts on Class Struggle), John Rety (In the Womb of Old), Kate Witham (Anarchy at the Peace camps. From Protest to Prison in three easy steps), Mick Cropper (A personal experience of direct action), Julian (Runway Two. Postscript), John Pilgrim (Review of Culture and Anarchism), fine,
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