Pamphlets

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When you can't stand to have the conversation one more time, just hand them this pamphlet. Two basic articles from Green Anarchy magazine, to explain the basics.

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Minimum quantity for "The Origins of Civilization and What is Green Anarchy?" is 1.


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Propaganda by the Deed in France The late 19th century was an exciting time to be an anarchist. It was a time of assassinations, conspiracies, daggers,...
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What sustains capitalism? Our acceptance of everyday activities. The text offers a clear introduction to basic Marxist concepts like commodity fetishism and surplus value; it also traces the transformation of human activity into capital. Accessible essays on the ways that we participate in and perpetuate our own alienation.

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The famous essay by Oscar Wilde, and the one in which he most clearly promotes anarchist thought. This pamphlet is from Enemy Combatant. They describe it...
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Freedom, My Dream is the one book put out by Ardent that anyone can love. It's fun, funny, historical, egoist, adventurous and humble.

This is an excerpt of it, to whet your appetite.

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Minimum quantity for "The Spartacist Movement, excerpts from Freedom, My Dream, frank brand" is 1.


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A graphically rich, Fourier-inspired pamphlet by Peter Lamborn Wilson published by Enemy Combatant. Charles Fourier still holds what you might call a...
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Writings by the Pessimistic Black Jester Peter Wessel Zapffe The Last Messiah is an obscure essay on the inescapable horror of the human condition, by...
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selected writings of Georges Palante Palante’s obsession is society vis-a-vis the individual. Building on the work of thinkers like Stirner and...
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A scathing critique of Debord and his concept of the Spectacle, by a notorious author of roughly contemporaneous times. A worthwhile splash in the face for those who take the Sits a bit too seriously.

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Minimum quantity for "There Is No Society of the Spectacle" is 1.


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The original is here.

This version is modified by one of the original authors to formalize the text, with a few added paragraphs here and there. The vision is the same – the idea that abuse and violence are best taken on by groups of people, that social groups need to determine for themselves what they consider problematic behavior, that these occurrences are more complicated usually than they're given credit for being, and that there are lots of roles for people to fill, at various levels of intimacy and responsibility.

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Minimum quantity for "Thoughts on Possible Community Responses to Intimate Violence (redux)" is 1.


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This is a translation of the third issue of a publication from Lisbon, Portugal, which was a collection of original texts and translations on informal...
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An Anthology of Anti-Economic Thought A collection of writings by an unnamed Stirner-influenced author(s) on and against the economy, as a social...
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