Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Only In Print

Just out is a new book by Wayne Price: The Abolition of the State: Anarchist and Marxist Perspectives, (AuthorHouse, 2008). 196 pp Price starts with a conception of the anarchism as a radical extension of democracy, and examines how social coordination in non-statist society can be achieved through organisations such as workplace councils, neighbourhood assemblies and other co-operative forms:


The current issue edition of Rare Book Review contains an article on "Philip Pullman - the Most Dangerous Man in England?" and another by actor Neil Pearson: "Books do furnish A Room" based on his book Obelisk: A History of Jack Kahane and the Obelisk Press, (Liverpool University Press, 2007) 494 pp


Kate Sharpley Library
Librarian Jessamyn West's "Interview with Three Members of the Kate Sharpley Library" ,
was published in Serials Review, vol 33, issue 2 June 2007 pages 129-131, but is unfortunately not available free online. You can find out more about the Kate Sharpley Library here: