Anarchy Journal No 8 1972 From Here We Grow David Wieck Bob Dickens Steve Halbrook Emma Goldman

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Anarchy Journal No 8 1972 From Here We Grow David Wieck Bob Dickens Steve Halbrook Emma Goldman

Anarchy Journal/Magazine Volume 1 No 8 1971 (Second Series)


Anti-mass ..................................................5
North American Anarchism by Steve Halbrook..............................4
A new Declaration of Independence by Emma Goldman...................8
Sitting Bull in Canada....................................9
Thoreau on Economy, Slavery and Alienation by Bob Dickens ......18
About Malatesta by David Wieck ................................................25
Review: Social Anarchism by Bob Dickens .............................33


The material for this issue was gathered by FRIENDS OF MALATESTA,
M72, Bidwell Station, Buffalo, N.Y. 14222, USA, A list of literature available 
from FRIENDS can be obtained by writing to us.
This issue was not planned so as to represent the opinions of
FRIENDS, but so as to represent some of the opinions of some of
me members and contacts, and to present some relatively little
mean historical material. Be critical, and let us know about your
criticisms and other reactions to this issue.

Steve Halbrook is a local contact for the North American Libertarian
Alliance, N,A.L.A. publishes SUNBURST (P.O. Box 3684, Tucson,
Arizona, 85720 USA).

The pamphlet, ANTIMASS, is available for 50c from Antimass, P.O.
Box 7411, New Haven, Conn. 06519 USA.

Rawihokwats is an editor of AKWESASNE NOTES, "Sitting Bull in
Canada" originally appeared in NOTES which is a monthly 48-page
tabloid on North and South American Indian matters available on
request from: Mohawk Nation, via Roosveltown, N.Y. 13685 USA,

In a letter to FRIENDS, Rawihokwats says: "You might also wish
to add some comment to the effect that, 'Many treaties were
made in the name of the Queen by Great Britain which were
assumed by Canada under the British North America Act. However,
the Canadian Government has not honoured them, and the British
government simply refers inquiries and petitions back to Canada.'
Since the issue will have good British readership, they might
appreciate knowing that the honour of the Empire is not intact,
although I suspect Anarchy people already know that." 

Anarchy Magazine, 95 West Green Road, London N15, England.
Printed by Brunswick Design, London, and Express Printers, London.

This copy has been folded vertically at some point but has been stored flat.

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