Anarchy

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Theorizing CrimethInc. successes and failures

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The extremes of French Anarchism in the 20th century

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A collection of historical and modern egoist essays.

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A collection of historical and modern essays framing and explaining egoist thought.

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Egoism was the first journal explicitly based on Egoist ideas in the English language, and was published by individualist anarchists Georgia and Henry...
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An Anthology of Individualist & Egoist Thought This book tells the story of the most neglected tendency in anarchist thought; egoism. The story of...
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This issue begins with a critical look at what is billed by the Left as the Bolivarian Revolution. Michael Staudenmaier and Anne Carlson describe their month long visit through Venezuela and relates anarchist perspectives on Chavismo. Barry Pateman's feature article pays tribute to the 1936 Spanish Revolution whose 70th anniversary we celebrate this issue. This issue also includes a write up about the 2006 Caracas World Social Forum (WSF) and a challenge to anarcho-primitivists

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The long out-of-print autobiography of Enrico Arrigoni, life-long Italian individualist.

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The Difference between Government and Self-Determination. The most recent title from CrimethInc, obviously in full reaction to the current situation in...
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An Anarchist Outside on the Run, by Zo d'Axa; translated by Wolfi Landstreicher. In the early 1890s, Zo d'Axa was the editor of an anarchist weekly called...
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A dream that ends in shouting

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Since the civil rights era, the doctrine of nonviolence has enjoyed near-universal acceptance by the US Left. Today protest is often shaped by cooperation...
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