Anarchy (magazine)

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For the contemporary American publication, see Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed.
Anarchy (magazine)
Cover of Anarchy 14 on Disobedience
Editor Colin Ward
Publisher Freedom Press
Language English

Anarchy was an anarchist monthly magazine produced in London from March 1961 until December 1970. It was published by Freedom Press and edited by its founder, Colin Ward with cover art on many issues by Rufus Segar. The magazine included articles on anarchism and reflections on current events from an anarchist perspective, e.g. workers control, criminology, squatting.

The magazine had irregular contributions from 'classical' writers such as Peter Kropotkin, Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, but also contributions from Nicholas Walter, Arthur Moyse, Kingsley Widmer, Leila Berg, Richard Drinnon and Vincent Johnson.

A second series of Anarchy was published into the 1980s and had editorship held by Chris Broad and Phil Ruff at different times.

The publications online archive can be viewed from the 1in12 Club, Libcom and the Sparrows' Nest Digital library.

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  • "Work" reading of an excerpt from Anarchy 101, published in issue 59