Pamphlets

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Bonanno's thoughts on, and experiences in, prisons.

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New material and reprints from Anarchy: a journal of desire armed . The reprinted articles and letters from Anarchy are some of the most controversial...
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From the preface: We have decided to reprint this abridged version of Nhat Hong's well-researched pamphlet for several reasons. First is its archival...
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Anon, Pistols Drawn
This zine is actually two different pamphlets. The first is called stories of the raccoon people, the second the story of the bear people. They are a series...
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Anon, Ardent Press
Now with a new, in-your-face cover, here are first-hand accounts of one of the most successful clandestine organizations in u.s. history. Jane, the codename...
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Edward Carpenter, Enemy Combatant Publications
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), an English poet and philosopher, friend and lover of Walt Whitman, is presented here in another wonderful Enemy Combatants...
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Two pieces, an interview with Ben Morea, and Aragorn!'s article "Nihilist Animism." There is a painful and enormous gap between being (or naming...
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Jack Commons, Enemy Combatant Publications
Sometimes the most interesting critiques of civilization come from the strangest, most unpredictable, most oblique directions. Such is the case with...
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From the folks who bring you Baedan, here is a booklet of Ludueña's article that first appeared in a collection on post-Hegelian philosophy in Argentina....
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You could call My Own #18 the "relationship issue". It starts off with the editor's rant on wanting friends , not community; further on L. Mirari writes...
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Words from the Inside An 8.5 x 11, 40 page pamphlet of prisoners' writings, and political commentary. This issue includes "Black December" by Michael...
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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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