Postage can be worked out depending on where you are and how many you want. I try to keep it at what it costs me.
Bakunin was born to a well off Russian family but gave up his military career to become a revolutionary and philosopher. The book is in like new condition except for the outer jacket. 400 pages in this 1973 edition.
Red Years/ Black Years is also in great condition, with the Institute For Human Issues covering Spanish Anarchism 1911-1937 in 300 pages. 1978.
Terrorists and Freedom Fighters is a short (92 pages) easy to read informative book. It gives the history of different countries and groups like E.T.A., Red Brigade, Baader-Meinhof etc. 1980.
A historical look at different philosophies, how they worked and might work is found in Utopia and Utopian Thought. Good stuff to make your think. 1973 300 pages, super condition.
A 1980 Cienfuegos Press (you know it must be good) release. 208 pages split into four sections. Law: An Instrument of Authority, Social Harms: Crime and Penal Sanction, The State, The Wish To Be Free: Commitment to Eden. Book was in new condition except the puppy just chewed the corner. His form of rebellion I guess.
The Noble Sabateurs is not anarchistic, but is a very intersting 1966 book on The Resistance against Hitler's forces. We all know about the French Resistance, but what about the Norwegian, Dutch, Luxembourg etc?
From Whitechapel East London I have Issue 1 Summer 1983 of Commonweal. It looks like a fanzine, but was very well made. 93 pages packed with information. Titles include: Police Story, The Peace (non) Movement, Towards a Free Society, Shoot Him Immediately, An Anti-Statist Communist Manifesto and others.
Last but not least is issue #6 of Toxic Graffity. This DIY fanzine was widely distributed. Cheap and cheerful. Contains lots of anarchist poems. No date shown on it but probably from around 1981/2.
Not sure on the prices yet. Make me an offer for one or all.