Some folks reading this may have heard of the legendary anarchist guerilla Sabaté. How many know that the anarchists never stopped fighting Franco and, with the end of the Spanish revolution, tried—unsuccessfully, unfortunately—to assassinate him several times, and carried on a guerrilla war till the very end of the fascist regime. Here the libertarian activist described as "Franco's public enemy number one" recounts some of the context of the new wave of opposition to the Franco regime in the 1960s, and its international significance.
Author: Octavio Alberola
Format: Saddle-stitched pamphlet
Size: 19 pages
Publisher: Kate Sharpley Library