iRad I.3 in Print, iRad I.2 Online

The third issue (Spring 2013) of The Industrial Radical will be back from the printers and on its way to subscribers shortly, featuring articles by Less Antman, Jason Lee Byas, Kevin Carson, Nathan Goodman, Anthony Gregory, Trevor Hultner, Charles Johnson, Joshua Katz, Thomas L. Knapp, Abby Martin, Chad Nelson, Sheldon Richman, Jeremy Weiland, and your humble correspondent, on topics ranging from NSA surveillance and whistleblowing, the Turkish revolt, the Boston lockdown, the Keystone XL pipeline, intellectual property, and the futility of gun control in an age of 3-D printing, to compulsory schooling, American militarism, conscription, worker exploitation, property rights, prison ethics, rape culture, the pros and cons of communism, and the dubious legacy of Margaret Thatcher.

The Industrial Radical I.3 (Spring 2013)

With each new issue published, we post the immediately preceding issue online. Hence a free pdf file of our second issue (Winter 2013) is now available here. (See the first issue also.)

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4 Responses to iRad I.3 in Print, iRad I.2 Online

  1. Brandon July 13, 2013 at 9:17 pm #

    I understand why you would pick PDF for the digital version — it ends up superficially looking a lot like the print version, because that’s what PDF is for — to send printable documents back and forth digitally. But I think these days with e-readers and ipads and whatnot, that an epub version would be a good idea. offers a few formats, none of which are PDF.

  2. Gary Chartier July 14, 2013 at 5:35 pm #

    If this option is pursued, I’d certainly like to continue to see the PDF available. The various e-reader versions lose some of the most attractive formatting of print documents.

  3. Julia August 6, 2013 at 8:45 pm #

    Bastiat was a “red”? Could you give more context?

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