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Final Straw Radio | The First International and the Birth of the Anarchist Movement (with Robert Graham)

Robert Graham

Robert Graham is a Canadian anarchist writer and historian.

He is the scholarly editor of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, a worldwide anthology published in three volumes, from 2005 to 2012.

Also have a look at his blog where he shares texts that are complementary to his anthology: https://robertgraham.wordpress.com/

The Radio show

Robert Graham recently did an interview with Final Straw Radio to discuss the International Workingmen’s Association (the “First” International) and the birth of the anarchist movement, which you can reach the web site of Final Straw Radio here.

Download the whole show here

You can also listen to this show in Spotify.

The interview begins at after Sean Swain’s segment on the protests in Iran [00:03:20 – 00:11:45]

It is highly instructive and enjoyable!

The book

The book is available from Firestorm at the above link, also from the publisher at AKPress.Org, and you can check out an online version from Archive.Org for free as well. Or now at TheAnarchistLibrary.Org for easy & free download.

Also check out his book, ‘We Do Not Fear Anarchy – We Invoke It: The First International and the Origins of the Anarchist Movement, published by AK Press.

Robert Graham’s next book… to come

During this interview, M. Graham says that he’s working on a new book:

And currently, I’m working on an intellectual history of anarchist ideas, again, going back to ancient times and bringing it up to the 21st century.

-Robert Graham on ‘The Final Straw Radio’ October 23rd 2022

Eager to have more news about this next book!

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