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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...An Experience of the Ineffable, Untold Delight is a collection of some less common essays by John Moore, as well as his best-known piece, “A Primitivist Primer.”
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The Rise & Limitations of Occupy Oakland
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Actions and Communiques
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Staying Free by Shutting the Fuck Up! Harold Thompson's words to the wise...
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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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There is not a lot written by Renzo Novatore, but there is enough to make us love him. Poetic, unflinching, a firebrand who lived briefly and by his principles. These are pieces he wrote after WWI.
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A primer on the situationists, a group of marxist artists and theoreticians who said a lot of interesting things about nuanced understandings of power, analysis, and who the enemy actually is, long before Tiqqun was a glimmer in anyone's eye.
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Excerpted from The Revolution of Everyday Life/Treatise on Etiquette for the Younger Generations - some thoughts by Raoul Vaneigem (one of the two best known of the Situationists), from the book that taught CrimethInc everything they know.
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Ripped bloody from the pages of anarchistnews.org, this is an account of how capitalism effects us personally.
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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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