Pamphlets

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Second Wave Anarchy is a collection of essays exploring an Anarchy only possible in the past 40 years. It includes a review of Todd May by John Moore. An essay from Saul Newman from I am Not a Man, I am Dynamite!, and one from Aragorn! on Indigenous Anarchism.

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This is a reprint of the re-pressed pamphlet, which includes the infamous unabomber manifesto (that brought many of the concerns and ideas of green anarchy to a much larger audience), a chronology of the unabomber events, an interview with Kaczynski (initially published in Green Anarchist and Anarchy, and the articles "Whose Unabomber," and "He Means It, Do You?", both written by John Zerzan.
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"One could legitimately ask me why I am printing a pamphlet consisting of texts from a debate nearly eighty years old. The reason is simple."

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A Tension in Practice...

Autonomous self-organization would have to be the basis both of a truly free existence and of the struggle to achieve that existence. It is the very opposite of politics, and in practice either rejects it or is destroyed by it.

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An in-depth look at the relationship between Debord -- one of most significant influences on second wave anarchy -- and anarchist thought.

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Written by NY queers in the 90s, and updated for this more recent reprint, this polemic exhorts queers to recognize the reasons to be angry and to...

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In 1981 and '82, various bombings, including Litton Industries factory (makers of a Cruise missile component), a hydro sub-station, and three pornographic video stores in Canada, were claimed by the groups Direct Action and the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade. In early 1983 five members of the Vancouver anarchist scene were arrested for these attacks. Ann Hansen, Doug Stewart, Julie Belmas, Gerry Hannah and Brent Taylor quickly became known as the Vancouver Five. This pamphlet offers poems, essays, and drawings by these five anarchists.

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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.

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John Graham, a friend of Anna Mae Aquash's, and a fellow fighter with AIM (American Indian Movement) has been charged with her murder.
This pamphlet lays out background information, the case of Anna Mae, John Graham's history, a statement from Leonard Peltier, and what people are doing to reject the government's latest outrage.

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Reprint of the Venomous Butterfly pamphlet, with classics by Landstreicher, a long-term anarchist writer and translator (primarily of Italian insurrectionary texts).

Includes the title piece, plus "A Projectual Life", "Free Love", "Passionate Friendship", "Hatred, Realism, Security Culture and Expansive Living", and many more.

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A series of essays that seem, unfortunately, to only get more relevant as time goes on. Writings on the political, manipulative use of words like terrorism, the criminalization of all kinds of resistance, and the relationship of times of peace (preparation) to times of war (realization).

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Translation and reprints of writings from the 1970s and '80s.

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