It is with heavy heart that we must announce that Howard Ehrlich, our intrepid founder and Editor-in-Chief, died on Monday, February 2, 2015.
He had been battling the increasing effects of Parkinson's disease and dementia for the past few years, and recently suffered a stroke-like episode that landed him in Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he died in his sleep. He was a great friend, an unrelenting anarchist, and the impact that he leaves on the world will endure for years to come.
We will miss him, and the world -- whether it knows it or not -- will miss him too. A memorial service is planned; details are forthcoming, but in the mean time, there is a memorial page.
The latest issue of Social Anarchism has been held up during his illness, and will be coming out soon with a small tribute to the man who made this all possible.
If you're new to Social Anarchism, take a look at some articles, and consider subscribing, or at least pick up our most recent issue at your local finer bookstore.
Issue 45 is on the newstand now!
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Issue 37 (2004-05)
All about Emma
This issue features a special section on Emma Goldman, including commentary and reviews of new publications of her work.
Social Anarchism is published by the Atlantic Center for Research and Education, 2743 Maryland Ave, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA. It is distributed by Vacant Lots Press. The journal is issued semi-annually.
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