Volumes 1 and 2 of An Anarchist FAQ are now in print

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Volumes 1 and 2 of An Anarchist FAQ are now both in print. Volume 1 was published by AK Press in 2008 while volume 2 was published in 2012.

We would urge you to buy direct from AK Press or from your local radical bookshop rather than a corporate bookshop, for obvious reasons.

Both volumes are available from AK Press in America and in the UK:

AK Press (North America)

Volume 1

Volume 2

AK Press (Britain)

Volume 1

Volume 2

The published version does not contain everything from An Anarchist FAQ webpage. The book version contains the following:

An Anarchist FAQ: Volume 1

Volume 1

An Anarchist FAQ: Volume 1

Volume 2

It must also be noted that the sections within this volume have been slightly edited to ensure that it approximates volume 1 in size. This has involved trimming around a tenth of the material. In addition, the published bibliography only lists works that are in the print version.

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