Jose Peirats, a long-standing member of the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT); editor of its newspaper, Solidaridad Obrera ("Workers Solidarity"); and member of the federated anarchist affinity groups, the Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI), here traces the story of the half million refugees who left Spain when Franco came to power in 1939.
This text serves as appendix to his carefully documented Anarchists in the Spanish Revolution, and covers clandestine activity and political organization of some of the Spanish anarchist militants.
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Three essays by Bonanno: the titular one, an interview with Radio Onda Rossa, and "A Few Considerations by a Frequenter of the Courts".
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Fredy tells how encounters with the racism in Central Europe, Bolivia and the U.S. heightened his perception and prepared him to denouce American "cheerleaders for Israel." He is astounded that potential victims of Nazi extermination can accept, even support, Israeli massacres of Palestinian refugees.
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