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New Kate Sharpley Library website

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The Kate Sharpley Library website – – is now bigger and better.

The Kate Sharpley Library – dedicated to recording and restoring the history of Anarchism – has redesigned and expanded its website at

The new design means you can now explore the website by author, translator or subject. Subjects include Anarchism, Lives (for biographies, autobiographies and obituaries), Reviews as well as events like the Paris Commune or Spanish Revolution and Civil War..
All back issues of the KSL bulletin are available in HTML and PDF format.
We are now able to take paypal payments for orders or donations.

The many new texts on the website include:
Libertad Ródenas by R. Montsant del Priorat
Octavio Alberola interviewed about Cuba (2004)
Antonino Dominguez (from Against all tyranny! Essays on anarchism in Brazil) by Edgar Rodrigues
The first guerrillas In Cantabria by Antonio Téllez Solà
Freie Arbeter Shtime by Shelby Shapiro
A voice from Texas [on the Haymarket martyrs] by Ross Winn (1895)
And lots of reviews

We welcome ideas for what else you’d like to see or feedback on what’s already there.

the Kate Sharpley Library collective

Written by gulaganarchists

12, March 2009 at 7:26 pm

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