Freedom, April 2013

April 2013 issue of Freedom

The April 2013 issue is now out and available either directly from Freedom Bookshop or from other good radical bookshops or social centres.

Stockists:
» Freedom Bookshop, London
» Housmans bookshop, London
» LARC, London
» 56a Infoshop, London
» Newham Bookshop, London
» Pogo Cafe, London
» Rough Trade, east London
» Rough Trade, west London
» Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
» Bike Foundry, Birmingham
» Cowley Club, Brighton
» Kebele social centre, Bristol
» Hydra Books, Bristol
» ACE, Edinburgh
» Word Power, Edinburgh
» News From Nowhere, Liverpool
» Sumac Centre, Nottingham
» October Books, Southampton
» AK Press, Online

Or take out a yearly subscription and have the paper delivered to you every month at a discounted rate.


April 2013 issue of Freedom includes:

  • News
    Thatcher dies
    Welfare reforms hit
    Fact to fiction (on selective reporting)
    Too much too young?
  • International news
    Docks dispute in Hong Kong is successful
    Melbourne taxi driver blockade
    Notes from the US
    News in brief
  • The Bigger Picture
    Liverpool marks Thatcher’s funeral
  • Analysis
    When freedom isn’t free: why is an anarchist not like a tea partier?
  • Comment
    Remembering Keith Hodgson
    A sad farewell to the Women’s Library
  • Economics
    The Pryamukhino Readings
  • History
    The Anarcho-Syndicalist Initiative in Serbia
  • Feature
    Prison Officers’ Association – workers in uniform or hired thugs?
  • Interview
    Civil Rank and File Network conference
  • Prison news
    Making a monkey out of Sean Swain
    plus news from Pelican Bay State Prison and on Jock Palfreeman
  • Sport
    Sunderland’s big mistake
    Going nowhere – Coventry City FC
  • Getting Active
    The Association of Radical Booksellers (ARB) host the London Radical Bookfair
    A Carnival Against Capitalism in the build-up to the G8 summit
    What’s on
  • Culture
    Justina Jase reviews the book Burying the Typewriter by Carmen Bugan about her childhood in Ceaucescu’s Romania
    Tom Jennings reviews the film Django Unchained.
    The fiction column by Martin H. continues with ‘The march on the boss’
    Do it yourself by Anabela Bravo
  • Also in this issue
    The Svartfrosk column ‘A sideways look’
    Donald Rooum’s Wildcat cartoon
    The Quiz
    What’s On
    Readers’ letters and comments

Freedom newspaper can be purchased directly from our shop or is also available from any good radical bookshop/social centre.
Freedom Bookshop
Angel Alley
84b Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX 

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