This Autumn sees three new pamphlets added to the Bristol Radical Pamphleteer series as well as two 2nd editions.

They are:

#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 Seven Stars Plaque. Now re-published it celebrates the unveiling of the plaque and launches a new challenge – to make the Seven Stars the first ever pub with UNESCO World Heritage status.

#6 The Life And Times Of Warren James – Free Miner Of The Forest Of Dean – 2nd edition by Ian Wright. Ian has revised and slightly expanded his pamphlet, it now also boasts a new cover by the famous anarchist artist Clifford Harper.

#14 Anarchism in Bristol and the West Country to 1950 by Steve Hunt. A new pamphlet by the the author of Pamphleteer #8 Yesterday’s To-morrow – Bristol’s Garden Suburbs.

# 15  Votes For Ladies – The Suffrage Movement 1867 – 1918 by Sheila McNeil. Another new pamphlet, this time asking how ‘radical’ were the Suffragettes and how far did they believe in ‘universal suffrage’.

#16 Anglo-Saxon Democracy by Tony Dyer. Tony gave us a talk on the same subject as part of the BRHG Election Special events earlier this year and has now written it up as the third of our new pamphlets.

Cry Freedom, Cry Seven Stars Front CoverThe Life And Times Of Warren JAmes Front CoverAnarchism in Bristol Front CoverVotes for Ladies Front CoverAnglo-Saxon Democracy Front Cover

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