Why? A Bulletin of Free Inquiry Vol. IV, No. 8 Jan.Feb. 1946
(Americana - Anarchism - Politics)

New York: William Young, 1946. F (12) pages; with articles, Open the Jails! and Work and Human Nature, both by D.K.; Education and the Seven Arts by Paul Goodman; Spain and the State - II "...the second section...of an interview between the Swedish anarchist, Algo Vusijarvi, and J. Garcia Pradas a prominent Spanish militant, which originally appeared in Arbetaren, the anarcho-syndicalist daily of the SAC in Stockholm."; and a piece on The Hopi Indians by Ammon A. Hennacy; which the editor Young notes "...was submitted to us by a veteran American militant who is an exponent of Christian Anarchism..."; with also a full page (two column) review of "The French Cooks' Syndicate" booklet by W. McCartney which was the "...name of a revolutionary production-point organization of London catering workers, which was formed in 1905..."; with a couple of other reviews, an ad for a social and dance at the Galileo Club in Brooklyn, the editor's plea for 'The Need for Groups' - for discussion, action, study; with a useful list of 30+ titles of publications available through Why? at back, and the papers' financial statement; approx. 7 1/2 x 10"" size, small newspaper format; darkened a bit, esp. outer edges, with some edgewear, closed tears too; still, in very good condition, interesting mid-20th century anarchist and related writings in America. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 21885)

$125.00

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