Revolutionary Activism, The Spanish Resistance in Context, by Octavio Alberola

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Revolutionary Activism, The Spanish Resistance in Context, by Octavio Alberola

Revolutionary Activism, The Spanish Resistance in Context, by Octavio Alberola

Published by the Kate Sharpley Library in 2005, 20 pages. Used A5 size pamphlet (N3249)

Condition of the booklet is generally excellent. The cover is clean and tidy, the staple spine is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound.

Ocatavio Alberto was a prominent Spanish Anarchist, and was at one time described as Franco's public enemy number one. In this booklet he recounts some of the context of the new wave of opposition to the Franco regime in the 1960s, and its international significance, and he also examines the state murder of Grandos and Delgado. Sections include:

  • Interconnection of memory and libertarian activism
  • Murder of granados and Delgado
  • State in perspective
  • Revolutionary activism
  • Spanish Sacco and vanzetti: an appeal

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