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.