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Bristol Radical History Group has organized over one hundred ‘radical history from below’ events; they regularly stage walks, talks, gigs, reconstructions, films, exhibitions, trips through the archives and fireside story telling, all the while bring together an ever-teeming network of footballers, artists, techies, drunks, rioters, publicans, ranters, ravers, academics, Cancan dancers, anarchists, stoners and other ne’r do wells. 
Their forays into the battles over the historical representations of their city of Bristol, from slavery to labor history, reveal influences ranging from E.P.Thompson to punk rock. They also publish a range of pamphlets and host a comprehensive website (http://www.brh.org.uk). Most recently, they’ve launched a book store and social center in Bristol called the Hydra.

http://www.zcommunications.org/feminism-finance-and-the-future-of-occupy-an-interview-with-silvia-federici-by-max-haiven

http://reclaimuc.blogspot.com/2011/11/few-unexpected-subjects-of-class.html

http://www.reclamationsjournal.org/issue_debt_george_caffentzis.htm

http://cunygraduatecenterga.wordpress.com/

http://www.versobooks.com/books/799-springtime

http://www.thisisforever.org

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