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KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library No. 103, September 2021

The latest issue of the bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library is out now.

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Emma Goldman: The Political Soviet Grinding Machine

Typed article by Emma Goldman with handwritten corrections from Folder 18, G.P. Maksimov (Maximoff) papers, International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam. This is an unused appendix for The Guillotine at Work and previously unpublished.

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Stuart Christie, the Eternal Young Rebel Always in the Fight for Life

Stuart Christie was born in Glasgow in 1946, too late to enlist in the International Brigades and go off and fight alongside the Spanish republicans in the 1936-39 war. As a child, though, he befriended some Scottish miners who had fought with the International Brigades in that faraway war that he was to take so closely to his heart. A war for ideals that were and are universal. He used to listen in wonder to the tales they used to tell. Taking a pride in them. Such conversations moulded his sensibility to life and struggle.

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‘Stuart Christie, comrade, friend’ by Octavio Alberola

Octavio Alberola, who was in charge of Defensa Interior and was a close friend of Stuart’s has left us this farewell message to his friend.

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