This issue begins with a critical look at what is billed by the Left as the Bolivarian Revolution. Michael Staudenmaier and Anne Carlson describe their month long visit through Venezuela and relates anarchist perspectives on Chavismo. Barry Pateman's feature article pays tribute to the 1936 Spanish Revolution whose 70th anniversary we celebrate this issue. This issue also includes a write up about the 2006 Caracas World Social Forum (WSF) and a challenge to anarcho-primitivists
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This book has a lot to say, far more than it might seem at first sight. But it requires a particular disposition on the part of the reader, a disposition to understand rather than to simply inform oneself.
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The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere
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Two illuminated madmen--Charles Fourier and Friedrich Nietzsche--and two too-sane geniuses--J.-P. Proudhon and Karl Marx--are enlisted in the break-out plan. The shape of this plan is then suggested in a final essay showing how old "rights and customs" of paleolithic reciprocity and egalitarian spirituality have made innumerable re-entries into History.
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A collection of historical and modern egoist essays.
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The extremes of French Anarchism in the 20th century
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A full-color, bilingual, collage journal that documents Robin Kahn's month cooking with the women of the Western Sahara.
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The most cleaned up version of this title, which is a gloves-off assault on the hope of saving the world, from an author with a long history in green anarchism.
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