Pamphlets

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"People, like information, want to be free." This is the issue from October 2011, and includes articles on Anonymous ("Actions Speak Louder than Words"); a...
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Vine Deloria Jr. was a prolific author on the assumptions and stereotypes that abound in normative US culture. He is famous for a number of books, most...
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The US continues to struggle with the concept of race, at least the thoughtful parts of it do, but there is so much baggage about it (it is wrapped into...
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Four articles taken from Anarchy: a journal of desire armed, #64, brought together in this pamphlet because they are still relevant... Aragorn!, dot matrix,...
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Nuances is three articles on topics that deserve more thoughtful analysis than they normally receive. How some alliances go wrong, what does the...
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A boring cover (til you look at it more closely) for a really good article by Rhyd Wildermuth of GodsandRadicals.org, and a thoughtful comment by @critic of...
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Three interviews with eco-activists who observed and experienced government repression during the Green Scare in the mid-00s. The stories they tell are as...
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This work features excerpts from three pieces which explore the ways a desire for the impossible changes the way we see reality itself. Patrick Galbraith...
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Two articles, a hundred years apart, both provocative. The first, from Lies: A Journal of Materialist Feminism (ie marxist feminism), the other from the...
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snitch, snitching, informant, infiltrator, tacoma, consequences

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Brandon Darby is anomalous in the world of informants, not because what he did is so unusual ( :( ) but because he owned it so thoroughly, and has gone on...
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This pamphlet brings an article written by someone calling themselves "Le Libertaire," presumed to be Louise Michel, and recently translated by John Tresch....
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