Anarchy

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In May 1968, Fredy Perlman went to Paris on the last train before rail traffic was shut down by some of the strikes that were then sweeping Western Europe....
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The second LBC Review, offering a selection of excerpts from titles LBC Books has produced over 2014, including Canenero , Disruptive Elements , The...
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A scathing, witty, well-written, and partisan response by anonymous European insurrectionists, to the Tiqqun text To Our Friends specifically and also to...
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The following essay (originally posted on delinquentdialectics.com and reposted to anarchistnews.org) is an example of making a serious criticism, it also raises three topics that are in need of more discussion amongst anarchists: a) the role of academics, b) “soft policing”, what it means and what it looks like, and c) letting friends slide, despite evidence of serious complicity with the state.

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Minimum quantity for "cop-out: the signifigance of Aufhebengate" is 1.


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Applied Metaphysics A contemporary critique of the U.S., from slavery to Occupy.

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Minimum quantity for "WhitherBuro" is 1.


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This amazing magazine continues to chronicle struggles and activities from all around Eastern Europe. Romania - interviews with people from different...
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Poetry, reminiscences, thoughts, from time spent in Exarchia. If you've been, here's a reminder of what it is like. If you haven't been, here's a taste....
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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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Minimum quantity for "Fifth Estate #372" is 1.


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The pernicious mixture of hatred and dependency at the basis of the work relationship atrophies the individual, reducing life to a question of accountancy. ‘Free time’, a mere negative quantity ranging from a few hours between days at work, to months or even years between jobs, can be survived by performing a number of rituals.

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Minimum quantity for "Let's Destroy Work, Let's Destroy the Economy" is 1.


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This is not a simple call to action. The cemeteries are full of such calls. We are talking about a project that has been studied in the laboratories of capital and is now being applied to perfection.

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Minimum quantity for "Propulsive Utopia" is 1.


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various, Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed
Anarchy magazine taking positions on jargon ("Penetrating Leftist Code"), integration ("Ethnic Politics as Integration"), exploring a cross section of...
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This booklet is a lovingly compiled collection of historic events by anarchists and anons. It has been around in zine form for many years, and we're...
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