Brian Morris delves into the philosophy and action of anarchist communism as part of his defence against its critics within the broader anarchist movement. In doing so, he also offers forthright criticisms of the way in which individualist, post-anarchist and even primitivist thinkers routinely misrepresent this oft-maligned ideology. Finally he turns the mirror around in each case, critiquing the weak underpinnings of their anti-red mindset.
About the author: Brian Morris has written many books about anarchism particularly but covering a wide range of interests from the intricacies of animal life to human concepts of the self. See this recent interview in Freedom for more on his life and anarchist thought.