En espanol y ingles, reflexiones en torno al II Congreso Estatal de la APPO (reflections on the second statewide APPO conference).
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A chronology and two essays (one by ex-political prisoner Lorenzo Komboa Ervin, the other by Staughton Lynd) about resistance, especially by prisoners of color, from inside of prisons.
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A scathing critique of Debord and his concept of the Spectacle, by a notorious author of roughly contemporaneous times. A worthwhile splash in the face for those who take the Sits a bit too seriously.
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conversations on polyamory and anarchy
Relationships have been clear anarchist territory since Emma Goldman and Voltairine DeCleyre explicitly rejected monogamy and marriage. But while polyamory may be a popular alternative, it is - by definition - not simple, especially when we recognize the ways that it's coherent with exactly what is expected of us (for example, stereotypical male sexual behavior).
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Essays by Penelope and Franklin Rosemont, two of the most renowned surrealist anarchist artists in the US, on two remarkable characters, Mary MacLane and Arthur Cravan.
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Writings of a Spanish anarchist, incarcerated for Robin Hood behavior, friend of Xose Tarrio Gonzales (whose story is in the upcoming Huye Hombre Huye), both of them unrepentent and unremitting rebels.
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The Politics of the Personal and the Radical Aesthetics of Self
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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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Bob Black takes on another Leftist sacred cow: democracy. As he astutely points out, everyone interested in attaining/seizing and maintaining power is a democrat -- at least by their own reckoning. Researching the relevant literature of philosophy and political science, Black finds plenty of objections to institutionalized mob rule and the chaos which naturally follows, but he finds almost nothing written in its defense, merely its glorification.
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Two critiques of Tiqqun's controversial (and font-heavy) Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl.
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Previously found exclusively in Anarchy: a journal of desire armed, here is your chance to get DM's work on its own.
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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).
Minimum quantity for "Endless War" is 1.