Reviews

  • Ruth Kinna's book will be the standard text on anarchism for the twenty-first century. Written with brio, quiet insight and clarity and taking us from the nineteenth century anarchist Proudhon to Occupy and Rojava, this offering will appeal to the novice student, the activist and the grizzled professor. Quite a feat

    Carl Levy
  • The Government of No One will undoubtedly become obligatory reading for those who wish to learn about anarchism

    Times Higher Education
  • A sympathetic, impressively well-informed history of the movement ... packed with information about this rich history

    Terry Eagleton, Guardian