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WARD, Colin. A Bibliography: 2. Articles
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- “Allied Military Government”, War Commentary, London (Dec. 1943).

- 9 articles in Freedom (1945) on the postwar squatters movement

- “Origins of the Welfare State“, Freedom (June 1959) 12.

- “Last Look Round at the 50s“, Freedom (Dec. 1959) 26

- As from March 1961 Ward edits a new monthly, Anarchy.

- “Workers’ Control: Looking for a Movement”, Anarchy. (Apr. 1961) 2:33-36.

- “Moving with the Times... but not in Step“, Anarchy (May 1961) 3.

- “Where the Shoe Pinches” Anarchy (June 1961) 4:97-117.

- “A Parable of Anarchy : Adventure Playground”, Anarchy (Sept.1961) 7:193-201.

- “Anarchists and the Fabians: An Anniversary Symposium”, Anarchy, (Oct. 1961) 8.

- “Are We in Favour of Penal Reform?” Anarchy (Nov. 1961) 9: 257-263.

- “Industrial Decentralization and Workers’Control” Anarchy (Dec. 1961) 10: 309-310.

- “The State and Society”, Anarchy (Apr. 1962) 14:115-119

- “The Future of Anarchism”, Anarchy (June 1963) 28: 175-176.

- “House and Home”, Anarchy (Jan. 1964) 35.

- “Worker’s Control and the Collective Contract“, Anarchy (June 1964), 40 : 181-191

- Anarchism as a Theory of Organization”, Anarchy (June 1965) 52: 171-178.

- “Gustav Landauer”, Anarchy (Aug. 1965) 54: 244 - 251

- “Do it Yourself Anarchism: The Anarchist Idea.” Anarchy (July 1967) 77:193-197

- “Violence, Anarchy, and Alexander Berkman” New York Review of Books (5 Nov. 1970) 15: 25-30.

- Regular contributor to New Society’s full-page ’Stand’ column in 1978 to 1988, when the paper becomes New Statesman & Society.

- “’I think that’s a terrible thing to say!’ Elderly anarchist hack tells all“, Freedom: A Hundred Years, Freedom Centenary Edition (Oct. 1986) 63

- “Rebels Finding Their Cause”, Guardian (Oct. 1987) 12.

- “The Path not Taken”, The Raven (Nov. 1987) 3.

- “Notes of an Anarchist Columnist“, The Raven (Oct. Dec. 1990) 12:316.

- “Kropotkin Sunday“, New Statesman & Society, 4 (May 24, 1991)152: 34

Kropotkin considered that humanization of work should be the answer to the big problem of the 21st century

- “Cities of Tomorrow: An Intellectual History of Urban Planning and Design in the Twentieth Century.”, [Reviews]. Social Anarchism, Baltimore (MD), Published by the Atlantic Center for Research and Education, editor Howard J. Ehrlich. 1992 pp. 47-49

- “Anarchy in Milton Keynes”, The Raven, 18 (April-June 1992) pp. 116-131.

- “Anarchist Sociology of Federalism”, Freedom 27th June and 11th July 1992

- “Albert Camus. Neither Victims nor Executioners”[Review] Social Anarchism (1994) 19

- “FundamentalismThe Raven, No. 27 (Autumn 1994)

- “Anarchist Studies, Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 1993“ [review] Social Anarchism 19 (1994)

- “Those Talking Co-op Blues“, Freedom (June 1994) 11.

- “From the Ground Up: Essays on Grassroots and Workplace Democracy by C. George Benello”, Social Anarchism, 1995

- “The New Technologies“, Freedom (Feb. 25, 1995).

- “A Token Anarchist’s Week”, Freedom (April 1995) 29.

- “Fringe Benefits”[Review of On the Tip of Your Tongue: Your Memory in Later Life by H. B. Gibson], New Statesman & Society, 8 (July 28, 1995) 363:29.

- “Roads to Freedom”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Jul 28, 1995) 363: 23-26

The older forms of common ownership have little to do with state socialism. Cooperative principles are an alternative to free-market capitalism and state socialism, both of which are found inadequate.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Nov. 3, 1995) 377: 27.

Education expert John Rennie suggests eliminating local authorities and giving all schools self-governing status

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Nov. 17, 1995) 379: 29

Sir Rowland Hill invented the penny stamp in 1840 and revolutionized communications.

- “Market Gardens” [Rev. of Kew: The History of the Royal Botanic Gardens by Ray Desmond, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Nov 24, 1995) 380: 46-47

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Nov. 24, 1995)

Ward defines his philosophy as “Enlightenment rationalism”

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Dec. 1, 1995) 381: 30

Discusses Middle East water conflicts and their worldwide consequences.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Dec. 8, 1995) 382: 23.

Ward’s friendship with Miron Grindea

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Dec. 15, 1995) 383: 44

The Big Issue Foundation, which published a journal for the homeless and jobless in large UK cities.

- “Wreckers’ Paradise”, New Statesman & Society 8 (Dec. 15, 1995) 383: 30-31

The rise and fall of UK council estates and the worsening of the quality of life for people living there.

- “A Ragged Schooling” [Review of Growing Up Poor: Home, School and Street in London in 1870-1914 by Anna Davin] , New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan. 5, 1996)

- “Fringe Benefits”[Rev. of The Specialist, by Charles Sales, East Anglian Privies, by Jean Turner, Water is a Commons, by Jean Robert] , New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan. 5, 1996) 384: 30

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan. 12, 1996) 385:29

The centennial wallow will shift to the decorative arts to focus on William Morris.

- “Labours Lost“ [Review of Talking Work: An Oral History by Trevor Blackwell and Jeremy Seabrook, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan 19, 1996) 386: 36

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan 19, 1996) 386:28

Sproat, a MP of the UK Conservative Party, wants to privatize public libraries in England.

- “Labours Lost” [Review of Talking Work: An Oral History by Trevor Blackwell and Jeremy Seabrook], New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan 19, 1996)386: 36

- “Local Mop-up after An Urban Spill” [Review of Cities of Pride: Rebuilding Community, Refocusing Government, Dick Atkinson ed.], Times Educational Supplement (Jan. 26, 1996) 4152: SS12-SS13.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Jan. 26, 1996) 387: 29

Most squatters want nothing more than a place to live. Why can’t the UK strike deals with squatters as other nations do?

- “Public statements” [Review of Queues, Rendezvous, Riots: Questioning the Public in Art and Architecture, George Baird and Mark eds., Architectural Review,199 (Feb 1996) 1188: 89.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Feb 2, 1996) 388: 28

Discusses the British city farms established in the 1970s.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Feb. 9; 1996) 389:29

There exists a discrepancy between clients and young architects, who represent a wider range of practitioners, from anarchists to socialists, than any other field.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Feb. 16, 1996) 390: 25.

“The Club, a group of young guitarists in North London who play in the style of Django Reinhardt, the famous Belgian gypsy musician.

- “Fringe Benefits” [Review of Only for Three Months: The Basque children in exile by Adrian Bell], New Statesman & Society, 9 (Feb. 23, 1996) 391: 37.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Mar 1, 1996) 392: 29

Comments a report detailing Britain’s housing needs to 2016. It is important that housing development policies consider the needs of everyone, not just those of affluent commuters.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Mar 8, 1996) 393: 35

>Re-reading Richard Titmuss’ last book, The Gift Relationship, published in 1970, Ward discusses his account of commercial blood trade and stresses how rapidly market ideology has become social policy.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Mar 15, 1996) 394: 24

The culture of water and the use people make of it. Water-rich Brits should behave as a community of water-users.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Mar 22, 1996) 395: 28

Comments on the 50th anniversary of the Penguin Classics.

- “Fringe Benefits“, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Mar 29, 1996) 396: 25

Local government in Switzerland enables a locality to retain as much freedom as possible.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Apr 5, 1996) 397: 28

The UK is now more centralized in its government than France in the treatment of job training, illegal immigrants, gypsies or traveling people and water supply.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Apr 12, 1996) 398: 27

Commentary on “Knights, Knaves or Pawns? Human behaviour and social policy,” Julian Le Grand’s inaugural lecture as professor of heath policy at the London School of Economics.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Apr 19, 1996) 399: 27.

UK government agencies cannot be trusted on environmental issues.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 9 (Apr. 26, 1996) 400: 23

Publication of John Olday’s children’s book, The Blue Cow and her Fantastic Exploits. Olday was a cartoonist, folksinger and writer.

- “Remembered Hills“ [reviews “The Changing Forest” by Dennis Potter], New Statesman 9 (Aug 16,1996) 416: 46

- “Coming Home” [Review of Not at Home: The Supression of Domesticity in Modern Art and Architecture, Christopher Reed ed. and introd.], Architectural Review, 200 (Sep 1996) 1195 : 97.

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Oct. 27, 1996) 376: 36

Germany gets young dropouts into jobs before they despair.

- “Books” [Rev. by Colin Ward and others] Architectural Review, 200 (Nov 1996)1197: 96-97

- “Coping with Jobless Capitalism, Freedom (26 April 1997)

- “Making Room for the Poor [Rev. of Democratic Architecture: Practical Solutions to Today’s Housing Crisis“ by Donald MacDonald”, Architectural Review, 201 (May 1997) 1203: 101

- “Toys for the Boys” [Reviews The Motoring Century: The Story of the Royal Automobile Club by Piers Brendon], New Statesman 10 (May 30, 1997) 455:: 51

- “Temporary Autonomous Zones”, Freedom (Spring 1997)

- “Sustainable Involvement [Reviews Sustainability in Action in Britain?, by Gillian Symonds, and Children’s Participation, by Roger A. Hart]”, Times Educational Supplement (Jun 6, 1997) 4223: VII

- “"City Limits" [Reviews Regenerating Town Centres, by Richard Evans]”. 201 (Jun 1997)1204: 97.

- “Community Service [Reviews Action Planning For Cities: A Guide To Community Practices“ by Nabeel Hamdi and Reinhard Goethert]”, Architectural Review,202 (Jul 1997) 1205): 89

- “On the Fringe [Rev.Estates on the Edge: The Social Consequences of Mass Housing in Northern Europe, by Anne Power]” Architectural Review 202 (Sep 1997)1207: 97

- “Uncle Joe’s Offspring [Reviews Children of the Revolution by Phil Cohen]” Times Educational Supplement, (Sep 19, 1997) 4238: SS8

- “Elite Syncopations [Reviews Towns and Cities: Competing for Survival” Architectural Review 202 (Oct 1997)1208: 97

- “ Natural Imperative [Rev. Ecological Design and Planning, edited by George F. Thomson and Frederick R. Steiner]”, Architectural Review, 202 (Nov 1997)1209: 97

- “One of Hitler’s Children [Rev. True to Both of My Selves” by Katrin FitzHerbert]” Times Educational Supplement (Nov 7, 1997) 4245: SS9

- “Fringe Benefits”, New Statesman & Society, 8 (Nov. 10, 1997) 378: 30

Public art is compared with the sentimental works that the art world despises.

- “Cities for a Small Planet [Rev. Cities for a Small Planet, by Richard Rogers]” Architectural Review 203 (Mar 1998)1213: 79-80

- “Rethinking Housebuilding [Rev. Rethinking Housebuilding, edited by Chris Bazlinton and Ken Bartlett]”, Architectural Review, 203 (Apr 1998) 1214: 96

- “Making the Invisible Visible: A Multicultural Planning History [Rev. Making the Invisible Visible: A Multicultural Planning History, by Leonie Sandercock]”, Architectural Review, 203 (May 1998)1215: 105

- “Healthy Autonomy” Freedom, (24th July 1999)

- “Slippery Schooling Issues”, Freedom (Aug. 21, 1999)

- “Gardening”, Freedom n.d.

- “Country Life. Anarchist Note Book”, Freedom n.d.

-  "What Will Anarchism Mean Tomorrow?", Freedom n.d.

- “Encounters in Grenoble” (Review of Conference on Libertarian Culture), Freedom n.d.

- "Vernon Richards"“, The Guardian, Feb. 4, 2002

- "The Hidden History of Housing", History & Policy. Connecting historians, policymakers and the media, September 2004.


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