by Miguel Garcia
Kate Sharpley Library
Miguel Garcia was one of the survivors of the libertarian resistance that refused, either at the end of the Spanish Civil War, or World War II, to give up the fight for freedom. Theirs was a rearguard action, attempting to defend the workers' movement against Franco's murderous repression. This interview took place shortly after Miguel Garcia's arrival in London (in the late 60s) and his return to political activity after serving twenty years for his "crimes." In it, he explains the motivation and methods of the resistance. It is complemented by some of Miguel's letters to the press and a short introduction on his life and times.