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Black Flag Issue 231: Out now

category ireland / britain | miscellaneous | link to pdf author Saturday May 29, 2010 03:14author by Black Flag Collective Report this post to the editors

This issue is both a celebration of big anniversaries and big voices who are sadly no longer with us, while also keeping an eye on the future for information. We're giving you a bigger read than usual for the teaser as well (see link), publishing our centre pages where Liz Willis explores the history of our struggle for healthcare. Enjoy!


* Cover story: Why parliament has lumbered us with a dodgy digital future
* Interview: Flag gets hold of one of its founders after 40 years for a chat about him and the magazine
* Debate: Scouring the best thinkers in search of an answer to to the question: Why vote?
* Breathing Utopia: Freeing information in a post revolutionary world
* Anniversary: Celebrating the century for Britannica’s classic introduction to anarchism
* Theory: The problem with nationalism
* Radical Reprint: Marking Colin Ward’s life through his work on housing
* Theory: On prefuturist anarchism
* Reportage: Looking at the NHS
* Overview: Libertarian approaches to healthcare
* History: Looking into the background of the Internationale
* Anniversary: The Poll Tax riots
* Interview: A last chat with radical historian Howard Zinn


* Dear Granny Smith
* Hob’s Choice: All the best new pamphlets
* Review Debate: Non-Leninist Marxism
* Malatesta’s Anarchy

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