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For July we are delighted to bring you Anarchy in Action, from PM Press.
Colin Ward was the UK's leading anarchist writer for over thirty years. Here he explains why anarchist society – a society which organises itself without authority – is always in existence. At a time when we desperately need to change the system, this is an inspiring account which bridges the gap between what is, and what might be.
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