Libertarian Labor Review #19 (winter 1996)

Jamal Hannah x342446 (jah@iww.org)
Wed, 14 Feb 1996 07:02:59 -0800 (PST)


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Libertarian Labor Review #19 (winter 1996) is now available. This issue
includes: a substantial article by Michael Long on the Mondragon
Cooperatives, placing them in the context of the collectivization
movement of the Spanish Revolution; a review by Steven Craig of Paul
Avrich's new book compiling transcripts of interviews with American
Anarchists; an article on Industrial Networks as a strategy for
contemporary anarcho-syndicalism; reports on the syndicalist movements
in Russia, Italy, Spain, etc.; book reviews; and part I of a translation
of a pamphlet by the CNT of Spain introducing the union to new members.

Libertarian Labor Review is an independent anarcho-syndicalist journal
published twice a year and founded in 1986. Sample copies are $3.50.
For information write: LLR, PO Box 2824, Champaign IL 61825, USA