The Spanish Civil War, which lasted from 1936 to 1939, is largely remembered today, if at all, merely as a military prelude to the Second World War. But the Spanish Civil War was also a social revolution, and marks the first time that Anarchists were able to maintain political control over a large area. This book is an anthology of selected articles from the American anarchist journal "Spanish Revolution", including firsthand reports from Spain and interviews with Emma Goldman, Buenaventura Durutti and others, with detailed descriptions of the social and political policies carried out by the Spanish Anarchists. They document the history of the Spanish Civil War as it happened, and as it was reported in the US by the Anarchist press which were its primary supporters. Illustrated and with historical Introduction.