This issue (#64) of Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed has as its theme that most pernicious of all enemies, Capitalism. In particular the relationship that anarchists have with capitalism; rhetorically opposed but practically ambivalent.
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Play is a common subtext for this venerable publication, but this issue goes explicit - with articles on the Living Theatre (cogent thoughts on how anarchist pacifism is, at its best, different from other pacifisms); The Universe Wants to Play (a personal exploration that heralds schools as re-claimable territory); Idiot Like Me (which takes on the difficult, contradictory task of explaining the significance of not taking things seriously), and so on.
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We may cheer graffiti, riots, and the decay of the exoburbs but we also realize that the same asocial grumpiness that allows us to survive in urban density often keeps us from working together.
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This issue of this 30-year-old publication has a fascinating article on Stirner, and the second half of the new (best) translation of Call (Appel).
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Jeremy Hammond, report back on the 2010 SF anarchist bookfair and BASTARD conference, Fun with Linux Routing, MD5 Crack on the Cheap, Reducing Redundancy in Bind Zone Files, Ronin, SSL MITM, the Cult of the /opt/, Using Multiple Interfaces to get 1MB+/s and VPN via Tor.
Enthusiasm and fun!