The Black Bloc Papers is intended for those who would like to understand the vigorous protest politics of anarchism, the tactic of the black bloc as practiced over a decade ago, and as a historical signpost reminding us of how far we've come and how far we have left to go.
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Two illuminated madmen--Charles Fourier and Friedrich Nietzsche--and two too-sane geniuses--J.-P. Proudhon and Karl Marx--are enlisted in the break-out plan. The shape of this plan is then suggested in a final essay showing how old "rights and customs" of paleolithic reciprocity and egalitarian spirituality have made innumerable re-entries into History.
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These words mark the maximum point of Malatesta's analyses contained in the present pamphlet.
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Reflections on Riots, Revolt, and the Black Bloc
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Written while the Vietnam War was raging, Objectivity and Liberal Scholarship is divided into two sections: US foreign policy in Asia in the 1960s, and Spanish anarchism in the 1930s. Chomsky draws these two topics together by quoting scholars and journalists, showing their bias against popular revolutionary movements, and condemns liberal ideology for supporting U.S. imperial adventures.
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A thinly-disguised autobiographical journey of transformation from revolutionary self-martyrdom to radical self-ownership. Mackay's authentic Kulturgemalde begins in Victorian London, its five million people struggling with poverty, class conflict, police brutality, and seething with proletarian discontent over the impending execution of the Haymarket Anarchists in Chicago.
Onto the scene come Carrard Auban -- a French revolutionary firebrand turned anarcho-individualist -- and Otto Trupp, Auban's comrade-in-arms. With Trupp, Auban debates the merits of anarcho-communism, and takes the reader on radical walking tours of London.
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An anarchist classic. In these essays, Macdonald turns his back on every doctrine that treats humans as objects, whether implicitly or explicitly.
Eloquently expresses the unwavering political philosophy that the only worthwhile government is one devoted to the good not of the state, but of the individual. We must emphasize the emotions, the imagination, the moral feelings, the primacy of the individual human being once more, must restore the balance that has been broken by the hypertrophy of science in the last two centuries.
The root is man, here and not there, now and not then.--from The Root is Man
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