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We are pleased to announce the publication of three new pamphlets.
The Life & Family Of William Penn: 260 Years Of Bloody Colonialism, by Jim McNeill
Bread Or Battons? Unemployed Workers' Struggles In 1930s Bristol, Dave Backwith and Roger Ball
Ben Tillett, by Jim McNeill
At last weekend's Bristol Anarchist Bookfair we launched the latest Bristol Radical Pamphleteer publication entitled The Peculiar History Of The Sect Known As The Quakers by Jim McNeill.
Who were the Quakers? Why were they persecuted? Why did they stop being radical? How did some of Bristol’s Quakers become so rich?
From James Naylor’s...
This Autumn sees three new pamphlets added to the Bristol Radical Pamphleteer series as well as two 2nd editions.
#1 Cry Freedom, Cry Seven Stars: Thomas Clarkson In Bristol, 1787 - 2nd Edition by Mark Steeds. This is a major re-working of the pamphlet that was published to help raise money for the ...
All of the BRHG pamphlets are now available to buy on the Tangent Books website (all prices include postage within the UK):
Bristol Radical Pamphleteer number 11
has now been published. A Barbarous And Ungovernable People by Steve Mills is a look at the often uneasy relationship between the miners of Kingswood Forest and the people and authorities of Bristol. Expect riots, turnpik abuse and the death of an...
Three new pamphlets have been published in the Bristol Radical Pamphleteer range. Find out more on the Publications page
Four new Bristol Radical History Pamphleteer pamphlets are being launched at Off With Their Heads. They are:
The Bristol Manifesto - The 2008 G8 In Hokkaido: Strategic Assessment, by The Emergency Exit Collective
John Locke - The Philosopher of Primitive Accumulation, by George Caffentzis
The Life And Times Of Warren James - Free Miner In The...