Rebel alliances: the means and ends of contemporary British anarchisms
Franks, Benjamin (2000) Rebel alliances: the means and ends of contemporary British anarchisms. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This thesis examines, classifies and evaluates the tactics and organisational methods of British and Irish anarchist groups, which operated in the period 1984-1999 (although reference is made to groupings and events outside of this period). The thesis explains how class struggle anarchism, which was a minority trend even within the libertarian milieu, has developed into a significant and lively (anti-)political movement. This thesis examines recent groups through their own publications and their accounts of their recent actions.
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