Anarchism in Print: Yesterday and Today

A Bibliographical note
  • Nicolas Walter
Part of the Studies in Comparative Politics book series (STCP)


Nothing fails like failure; the less anarchists are read, the less they write, and the less they are written about. The anarchist movement has risen and fallen in turn for more than a century, and in the trough just before the current wave there was probably less new literature concerning anarchism than ever before. My object here is to examine the situation in this country at that time, roughly between 1945 and 1960, and then to see how it has changed during the last ten years. (I have excluded articles in periodicals in order to avoid over-complication.)*


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