A Chronicle of Fredy Perlman's Fifty Years
A poignant and touching biography of noted writer, theorist, and publisher Fredy Perlman by Lorraine, his life partner, co-producer, and co-author.
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A dream that ends in shouting
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This is a book with a stake in games—aesthetic, masque play, seductive.
Biographical prison writings by an inspirationally rebellious Xose Tarrio Gonzalez.
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Reflections on Riots, Revolt, and the Black Bloc
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Whying not in order to get ready-made responses to daily media bombardements, and media intellectualisms, Somnambulist Situationists aim at miraculating a sleepwalkers strategy to re-consider the Situationist Internationalists texts towards an un-negotiable, short-circuiting, non-identitarian, and especially a critically pervert position.
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In this collection of essays, Seaweed explores some of the possibilities for land-based anarchist struggles against capitalism and industrialism.
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The pernicious mixture of hatred and dependency at the basis of the work relationship atrophies the individual, reducing life to a question of accountancy. Free time, a mere negative quantity ranging from a few hours between days at work, to months or even years between jobs, can be survived by performing a number of rituals.
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This is the brand new reprint of the Red and Black title of fame and infamy, and includes a new foreward by Aragorn!, one of the book's many aficionados.
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The collected works of Renzo Novatore (aka Abele Ferrari) in brand new english translations.
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Written while the Vietnam War was raging, Objectivity and Liberal Scholarship is divided into two sections: US foreign policy in Asia in the 1960s, and Spanish anarchism in the 1930s. Chomsky draws these two topics together by quoting scholars and journalists, showing their bias against popular revolutionary movements, and condemns liberal ideology for supporting U.S. imperial adventures.
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