AS Volume 20 No. 1



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Format: Single issue (digital)

Publication date: January 5, 2012

About this issue's cover (Anarchist Studies 20.1, Spring 2012)

Allan Antliff

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Building Another Politics: The Contemporary Anti-Authoritarian Current in the U.S. and Canada (Anarchist Studies 20.1, Spring 2012)

Chris Dixon

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Another View: Syndicalism, Anarchism and Marxism (Anarchist Studies 20.1, Spring 2012)

Iain McKay

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