New in October 2014: Part Two of Anarchism and Feminism in the 1970s

New Upload: I have now added extracts from four more  interviews to  Anarchism and Feminism: voices from the seventies. Women activists discuss anarchism, feminism, and the relationship between the personal and the political:

Marie : I think we have to change what anarchism is.
Angela: Acting non-hierarchically affects every part of our lives.
Ruth: I see my politics as a totality.
Emma: Excuse me comrades, where are all the women?

The interviews can now be downloaded together as a word document.

Recommendation: Pete Grafton,  the author of the excellent oral history You, You & You! The People out of Step with World War II, has now begun to make his latest project available online. Len: Our Ownest Darling Girl: Letters between Mother and Daughter 1939-1950 is based on a cache of letters, photographs and memorabilia bought on eBay; the story of how this became the basis for a book is fascinating in its own right.