Grancharoff, Jack (1925 - 2016)
- 5 July 1925
- 15 May 2016
Jack Grancharoff was born in Bulgaria in 1925 and emigrated to Australia after fleeing Stalinist repression. He became a key figure in Australian anarchism. For many years he was associated with the Sydney Libertarian "Push" group who referred to him as "Jack the Anarchist". In 1965 Grancharoff began publishing the anarchist journal "Red and Black" which he produced intermittently over the following three decades. He died in 2016.
- Grancharoff, Jack, 'Marxism and Anarchism', in LaTrobe University Anarchist Collective (ed.), National Anarchist Conference, LaTrobe University, Bundoora, 8-10 June, 1996., Melbourne, 9 June, 1996, p. 3. images PDF Details
- Takver (Editor) (ed.), Radical Tradition: An Australasian History Page: Sydney Anarchists and the Push: Jack the Anarchist (Jack Grancharoff), Takver, Melbourne, 5 May 2002, http://www.takver.com/history/sydney/grancharoff.htm#interview. PDF Details
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