Vernon Richards

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Vernon Richards (19 July 1915 – 10 December 2001) was an Anglo-Italian anarchist, editor, author and companion of Marie-Louise Berneri.

Publications

  • Lessons of the Spanish Revolution
  • The impossibilities of social democracy
  • Protest without Illusions
  • A Weekend Photographer's Notebook
  • George Orwell at Home (and Among the Anarchists). Essays and Photographs
  • Why Work? Arguments for the Leisure Society
  • Violence and Anarchism
  • Errico Malatesta: His Life & Ideas (Freedom Press, 1965)

Further reading

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