Pamphlets

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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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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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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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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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Minimum quantity for "The Reproduction of Daily Life" 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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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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Tracts For Our Time by Peter Lamborn Wilson, Robert Kelly, Rachel Pollack, Charles Stein, Kim Spurlock "As you've no doubt guessed, we Old...
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An article by Peter Lamborn Wilson that was originally printed in The Anvil Review hardcopy, offering his criticism of today's nihilism. Most...
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Kirkpatrick Sale, Black Powder Press
A collection of essays by Kirkpatrick Sale detailing opposition to technological "progress" and civilization from within, ranging from the Luddites of England to present-day indigenous struggles to keep traditional communities intact.

Minimum quantity for "The Neo-Luddites and Lessons from the Luddites" is 1.

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The Marquis de Sade was the first modern atheist who openly declared in writing his willingness to push atheism to its logical conclusions. He certainly...
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Ending with a rather optimistic prediction that more and more people will realize their freedom, this essay is a consideration of liberty, free will,...
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and Other Writings by John Beverly Robinson Robinson was one of a small group who pioneered conscious egoism at the turn of the 19th century and an...
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