The press called him “perverted”. The police called him “sick and beneath contempt”. Even the Prime Minister was “utterly revolted”. But he’s proved them all wrong. Now Tintin’s back with all his pals, battling it out against the State and bringing the old world to its knees, in a classic full-length story of love, struggle and revolution.
Full colour anarchist cartoon book
Another classic set of satirical political cartoons from the pen and the mind of Freedom’s longest serving comrade. This is the seventh collection of Wildcat cartoons from Freedom Press, the first was published in 1985 and still available after three re-prints. All your favourites are here – Revolting Pussycat, Free Range Egghead and the Immaculate Rodent bringing to life the issues of the day and more besides. A delight from beginning to end.
- Wildcat Anarchist Comics
- Wildcat Strikes Again
- Wildcat ABC of Bosses
- Wildcat: Anarchists Against Bombs
Religion may be the oldest attempt by humans to answer the fundamental questions of life. This essay briefly describes the several aspects of religion and devotes a major effort to a description of a variety of religious sects. In the end it suggests we might dispense with religion but find its significance in the principle of mutual aid.
Harold Barclay taught anthropology for many years at the University of Alberta. he has written several books, including Buurri al Lamaab: a Suburban Village in the Sudan (1964), People Without Government (1982) and The State (2005).
The most controversial political book of the year is now available to buy. A compelling account of the extraordinary activities of Anti-Fascist Action (AFA) – by those who were there on the frontline – an organised and committed group of ordinary working class lads who during the 1980s and 1990s took the fight to the far right – and won!
“Following the electoral collapse of the National Front in 1979, fascists went on the rampage. Race attacks escalated. NF/BNP gangs employed violence on the streets, on the terraces and to control the music scene. Young anti-fascists stepped up. A new hardline leadership emerged and AFA was formed in 1985. ‘A state of war’ was how one rueful BNP leader would describe what happened next.
Not only is ‘Beating the Fascists’ a meticulously researched study, it is also a much-needed piece of ‘history from below’. Throughout, the voices of working class anti-fascists come across hard, clear, and without apology. Illuminating and sometimes chilling by turn, the running commentary they provide helps ensure the tempo never flags. Gradually the reader is drawn into an outlaw world of back street idealism, paramilitary style violence and heroic self-sacrifice”.
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