La Revista Blanca

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La Revista Blanca was a Spanish individualist anarchist magazine of sociology and arts published in Madrid by Joan Montseny (Federico Urales) y Teresa Mañé (Soledad Gustavo) from 1898 to 1905 and in Barcelona from June 1, 1923 till August 15, 1936.

In its first stage, it relied on collaborations by non anarchists such as Leopoldo Alas Clarín, Miguel de Unamuno, Manuel Cossío, José Nakens, Fernando Giner de los Ríos, Jaume Brossa, and Pere Coromines. Also Anselmo Lorenzo, Ricardo Mella, Fernando Tarrida del Mármol, Leopoldo Bonafulla, and Teresa Claramunt wrote regularly in it.

At one point it reached 8000 copies and this success helped it edit Suplemento de la Revista Blanca from 1899 until 1902, later renamed Tierra y Libertad. The magazine disappeared due to criticism of its main editors Ricardo Mella, Josep Prat, and Leopoldo Bonafulla.

The magazine reappeared in 1923 aligned with a philosophical anarchism critical of the syndicalism of the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo, but it also defended the Federación Anarquista Ibérica. In this second stage, Federica Montseny, Max Nettlau, Adrià del Valle, Charles Malato (desde París), Diego Abad de Santillán, Jean Grabo, Rudolf Rocker, Sébastien Faure, Luigi Fabbri, and Camillo Berneri were among its collaborators.

La Revista Blanca ended publication in 1936.

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