Alan Albon

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Alan Albon (24 August 1921 – 30 March 1989) was a British anarchist, pacifist and publisher. He was born in Edmonton on 24 August 1921 and died at Heathrow on 30 March 1989.[1]

Publishing[edit]

Early on in his career, he served as an editor and columnist for Freedom.[2] In 1984 he met with Marcus Christo and Richard Hunt to form a magazine entitled Green Anarchist.[2]

Politics[edit]

As a pacifist, he enjoyed a brief stint in the Independent Labour Party.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nicolas Walter, Alan Albon: Radical and Lovable (Obituary), The Guardian, Thursday, May 25, 1989, p39 [1]
  2. ^ a b Connor, John (2004). "Two Decades of Disobedience: A retrospective on Green Anarchist's first twenty years". The Anarchist Library. Retrieved March 21, 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Meltzer, Albert (1996). I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels. Edinburgh, Scotland: San Francisco, CA. p. Chapter 1. ISBN 1873176937.