The Autobiography of Mother Jones by Mary Harris “Mother” Jones.
Published by Charles H Kerr Publishing Company for the Illinois Labor History Society.
293 pages – English
Originally published in 1925. This revised third edition published in 1976.
Mother Jones was an Irish-American labor organiser, co-founder of the Industrial Workers of the World and holder of the title of ‘most dangerous woman in the world’ in 1902. Her autobiography traces her eventful life as activist and firebrand through some of the hardest labor battles of the nineteenth century.
The Almost Perfect Crime – The Misrepresentation of Portugese Anarchism by Julio Carrapato
Published by Kate Sharpley Library
18 Pages – English
Originally Published in 2003 in Accao Directa, No 23, February-March 2003.
An historical review of the role of anarchism in Portugal over the last century, focussing particularly on the years before and during the fascist Salazar regime, by Portugese anarchist Carrapato.
Print copy 150dpi first-last landscape layout, 7.8MB.
Housing is theft, housing is freedom by Colin Ward
Originally published by Old Hammond Press/Mushroom.
26 pages – English
Originally transcribed from a talk given in 1983.
Ward talks on one of his favourite subjects – housing – and how anarchists have dealt with it within the confines of state and law, especially from a British point of view.
Print copy 150dpi first-last landscape layout, 19.4MB.
Reading copy 150dpi, sequential portrait layout, 20.4MB.