A new book about anarchism from Black Rose Books
Scheduled for October 2007:
A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas,
Volume Two: The Anarchist Current (1939-2006)
Robert Graham, editor
This book explores an elaborate genealogy of anarchist and libertarian socialist thought.
Continuing where Volume One left off, this anthology of anarchist writings--broad in its scope--documents both continuity and change in anarchist ideas since the Spanish revolution and civil war.
Black Rose Books: "ROBERT GRAHAM has been writing on the history of anarchist ideas and contemporary anarchist theory for over 20 years. In 2005, he published ANARCHISM: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, Volume One: From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939)."
The book contains 500 pages.
Although the book doesn't seem interesting enough to buy, there are some texts published in it that I can advise you to read...
Emma Goldman: The Individual, Society and the State (1940)
Herbert Read: The Philosophy of Anarchism (1940)
Marie Louis Berneri: Journey Through Utopia (1949)
Vernon Richards: Banning the Bomb (1959)
Benjamin Peret: Factory Councils (1952)
Colin Ward: Anarchy as a Theory of Organization (1966) and Anarchy in Action (1974)
Murray Bookchin: The Forms of Freedom (1968), Affinity Groups, Ecotechnology and Ecocommunities (1975), The Ecology of Freedom and Beyond Neo-Marxism (1980)
Peggy Kornegger: Anarchism: The Feminist Connection (1975)
Ivan Illich: Political Inversion (1976)
Carol Ehrlich: Anarchism and Feminism (1977)
Sam Mbah and I.E. Igariwey: African Anarchism (1997)
Chaia Heller: Ecology and Desire (1999)
Marina Sitrin: Horizontalidad in Argentina (2003)