Resistance, Vol. 9, No. 3, April, 1951. Resistance Group.

Resistance, Vol. 9, No. 3, April, 1951

New York: Resistance Magazine, 1951. 4to; stapled wrappers, 20 pp. A hint of rubbing to wrappers; some very shallow grazing to top rear wrapper, but still about Near Fine. Printed by Libertarian Press - A Workers Cooperative, Glen Gardner, N.J. Any issue uncommon in commerce. (Goldwater, 226)

A single issue of the anarchist review, which began as “Why? A Bulletin of Free Inquiry” in 1942 and changed names to Resistance in 1947. Content for this issue includes, “The Politics of Permanent War” (unattributed), “The President’s Order of March 31, 1951” by Paul Goodman, “Challenging the Inherited Ways,” on anarchism, by D.E., “Political Behavior in the Concentration Camps - 2 Views” by Sander Katz and David Wieck (secretary of the Resistance Group), a letter from David and Elizabeth Dellinger on behalf of Fritz Seifried who was jailed for refusing to send his children to public school, an open letter printed in Freie Arbeiter Stimme by Nathan Chofshi titled “State Versus Commune in Israel,” a reprinted article from Le Liebertaire in Paris titled, “Heroic Resistance in Hungary,” book reviews, and a tribute to Errico Malatesta. Item #06106

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