Stuart Christie

An introduction to ‘A visit to the Island of Sanday’

This is Stuart Christie’s introduction to Rev. Alexander Goodfellow’s ‘A visit to the Island of Sanday’, part of which was published by Cienfuegos Press. It is a commentary on nationalism and Scottish independence, putting forward an alternative system of direct democracy and self-managed federalism.

Granny Made Me An Anarchist: General Franco, the Angry Brigade and Me by Stuart Christie [Review]

Review of Stuart Christie's autobiography. In KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library No. 40, November 2004.

The floodgates of anarchy - Stuart Christie and Albert Meltzer

This polemic approaches the subject of anarchism in relation to class struggle. It presents an argument against class-based society and hierarchy and advocates for a free and equal society based on individual dignity and merit.

The great class struggle video library project

Christiebooks have announced that they are set to close their class-struggle films section on December 17th unless they find an alternative host - or a £26,000 donation. As a purely hypothetical exercise, could a free alternative be found for their 760 titles?

We the Anarchists! (Review)

The Wee Man is Dead: An obituary of Robert Lynn

Obituary: Goliardo Fiaschi, 1930-2000 - Stuart Christie

Obituary of Italian anarchist Goliardo Fiaschi by Stuart Christie from the Guardian newspaper.

Téllez Solà, Antonio, 1921-2005

Antonio Téllez Solà.

A biography of an anti-Franco guerrilla who became the leading historian of the Spanish Resistance, Antonio Téllez Solà.

Stuart Christie's account of his actions in a Franco assassination attempt, 1964

Stuart Christie's mugshot

An extract of Stuart Christie's book Granny Made Me An Anarchist which describes his involvement in an attempt to assassinate Spanish dictator General Franco. He describes his experiences from picking up the plastic explosive in France to his arrest by Franco's police in Spain.

Christie and Ward: three anarchist book reviews - The Guardian

Stuart Christie.