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message 1: by Christopher (new)

Christopher Hudson Jr. (chrishudsonjr) | 40 comments Please add the 2014 C4SS Edition of Pyotr Kropotkin's Fields, Factories and Workshops Tomorrow, edited by Colin Ward, with a new introduction by Kevin A. Carson, and featuring a new chapter by Murray Bookchin. The page count is 195.

Link to cover: https://imgur.com/a/Ac19wnN
Link to ebook: http://c4ss.org/wp-content/uploads/20...


message 2: by Christopher (new)

Christopher Hudson Jr. (chrishudsonjr) | 40 comments My apologies, I wasn't sure if a new edition technically counted as a new book.
 
* Title: Fields, Factories and Workshops Tomorrow
* Original Title: Fields, Factories and Workshops
* Author(s) name(s): Pyotr Kropotkin, Colin Ward (Editor), Kevin A. Carson (Foreword), Murray Bookchin (Contributor)
* ISBN (or ASIN): N/A
* Publisher: Center for a Stateless Society
* Publication Date: August 14th, 2014
* Original Publication Date: 1899
* Format: Other - PDF
* Description: C4SS Edition of Fields, Factories and Workshops Tomorrow
* Page count: 195
* Cover: https://imgur.com/a/Ac19wnN


message 3: by Christopher (last edited May 15, 2020 04:37PM) (new)

Christopher Hudson Jr. (chrishudsonjr) | 40 comments "Is the one that says "Tomorrow" in the title significantly different than the one without? Are they just improved versions of the original and updated but not that different?"

Fair question. The short version is that Kropotkin's original 1899 book title is Fields, Factories and Workshops. In 1974 Colin Ward edited, abridged, and supplemented the original book into a new edition titling it Fields, Factories and Workshops Tomorrow. Personally, I have always considered these two distinct books. But Goodreads currently lists them as different versions of the same book (if you look some Goodreads editions have the "Tomorrow", some don't).

The new C4SS edition I'm requesting is itself an updated version of Colin Ward's 1974 edition, but probably still falls under "improved versions of the [1899] original and updated but not that different."

Yes the Imgur is technically from my own personal pdf copy. Feel free to view the cover from the publisher's site. http://c4ss.org/wp-content/uploads/20...


message 4: by rivka, Librarian Moderator (new)

rivka | 42076 comments Mod
Publisher does not also belong in the edition field. Removed.


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