If It Was Easy, They Wouldn't Call It Struggle

"I don't want to do my imprisonment 'easy,' to succumb to a living death, I want to do it 'hard,' even if it means that I am brutalized. Even in prison I want to know that I am living every day of my life, to fight back as best I can." Mark Barnsley

A collection of two texts by Mark Barnsley about his experience in British prisons as an anarchist in struggle, along with background materials. Formatted by Quiver Distro, but never before put online.

If It Was Easy, They Wouldn't Call It Struggle
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