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Back issues of Black Flag go online

category international | miscellaneous | press release author Tuesday May 05, 2009 04:01author by Rob Ray - Black Flag collectiveauthor email blackflagmag at yahoo dot co dot uk Report this post to the editors

As Black Flag brings out it's May 2009 issue, we proudly present all three of the pre-2009 issues produced by the current collective, for free download from the libcom.org website.

Black Flag 226 (Late 2007)
http://libcom.org/library/black-flag-issue-226

Black Flag 227 (Mid 2008)
http://libcom.org/library/black-flag-issue-227

Black Flag 228 (Late 2008)
http://libcom.org/library/black-flag-228

But that's not all! For a sneaky peak at our cover story for the new issue, check out our sneaky preview: http://libcom.org/library/black-flag-229-sneaky-preview

Alongside a look at Greece in the aftermath of the riots, Black Flag is covering:

In focus: In the first of a three-part series, Tom Gaynor looks at New Labour’s time in power.
News: Laura Norder enters the Sparrow’s Nest, Nottingham’s archive of liberty.
Interview: Black Flag talks to Irish anarchist Andrew Flood about his recent journey into the weird and wonderful world of US activism.
Investigation: Paul Stott on media attempts to link Islamist terror to 19th century anarchists.
Interview: Rob Ray talks to a member of the Legal Defence and Monitoring Group about protest and policing.
Theory: The Anarchist Federation bring their perspective to the economic crisis.
Analysis: Iain McKay remarks on the tendency of writers to impose their own prejudices on anarchist theory in defiance of reality.
History: Continuing our look at anarchists past, Ade Dimmick writes on Simone Weil.
Radical Reprint:[/b] Malatesta explains why anarchism is not a destructive creed but a creative one.
History: Glasgow’s Bloody Friday in 1919.
Interview: Mark Leir on his new biographical account of Mikhail Bakunin.
Review: Live Working or Die Fighting by Paul Mason.
Review: The Anarchist FAQ.
Reviews column: Hob’s Choice, rounding up some of the best new pamphlets available.

Black Flag is stocked in radical bookshops across the UK and available from AK Distribution and Active Distro. The editorial address is Black Flag, BM Hurricane, London, WC1N 3XX, UK. Each issue costs £3 + £1 p&p. UK cheques payable 'Black Flag'. Email blackflagmag AT yahoo.co.uk for more information.

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