Auteur: Barnsley, Mark
Titel: If it was easy they wouldn't call it struggle
Sub titel: Mark Barnsley Talks About Repression and Resistance In British Prisons
In this new 28 page pamphlet, Mark Barnsley tells the story of 10 long years in prison, a story of resistance against repression, about struggle and solidarity. He explains how the State attempted to crush the British prison struggle, and the tactics they used, he looks at the Prison Industrial Complex and the Panopticon Society, at the exploitation of prison labour, prison privatisation, prisoner solidarity, and more. The pamphlet is composed of two transcripts of talks given by Mark in Lille and Barcelona in 2004, the first part of which has already been published, in French, by the anti-prisons group La Breche. The French group's original introduction is also reproduced, for the first time in English.
2005, 26 pag., Euro 4,5
Justice for Mark Barnsley, Huddersfield, ISBN Zonder
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