Class Struggle Alphabetized
Racism is the ideology of the rich...
NYC anon presents COAL WARS, a zine about supporting our friends who are in jail for anti-MTR (mountaintop removal) actions.
on my mind
essays by Chris Crass
Revolutionary Black Feminist in 1977 provide a glimpse of early intersectional thought.
Communization and Its Discontents: Contestation, Critique, and Contemporary Struggles (Editor: Benjamin Noys)Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 11/15/2011 - 22:09.
Can we find alternatives to the failed radical projects of the twentieth-century? What are the possible forms of struggle today? How do we fight back against the misery of our crisis-ridden present? read more »
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This pdf text — 'Constructive Anarchism in Aotearoa' — puts forward some ideas on constructive anarchist action, in oder to encourage discussion. Please read, forward widely to anyone interested, and most importantly, respond!
The text is probably too long to place here in full, but it deals with ideas around constructive action we as anarchists can take in our current state of low visibility, especially in the workplace and in our communities. I've tried to write a text I've always wanted to read with regard to concrete anarchist action in NZ. read more »
The development of anarcho-syndicalist ideas on working class organisation and the revolutionary struggle for the libertarian reconstruction of society, from the 1st International to the 1930's. A defence of Anarcho-syndicalism against 'Platformism' and 'Synthetical' anarchism.
2. Positive and Negative Aspects of Anarchism
3. The Constructive Period of Anarchism
4. The General Situation
5. Diagnosis and Treatment
6. On the Weakness of the Movement
7. The Theory
8. The Party, The Individual and the Masses read more »
A collection of excerpts by Frere Dupont.
by Bill Watson
the dispatch industry workers union
by Des Patchrider
An A4 flyer from Garage Collective (Aotearoa/NZ) on the financial crisis and it's effects in New Zealand. Includes a very basic run-down on shadow banking and other finance stuff.
This miniscule manifesto is a reworking of Jayson Tx's older zine, entitled "When the ants stop marching one by one". As with my other zine "For Chaos!, For the Wild!, For the Horde!, a goblincore primer", this zine is kind of a joke. But, you know, not really. Crazy Rasberry Ants are a wonderful model for revolutionary struggle and change. Hopefully, with a touch of humor and a sense of deep gravity, this zine shows how and why.
The United States’ most populous state, California is the world’s eighth largest economy. The state has some of the planet’s most productive farmland and in the 1990s enjoyed an extensive real-estate boom. But intensive, industrialised agriculture has polluted much of the environment and now, with more foreclosed homes than anywhere else in the world, it is also home to a growing number of tent cities. Gifford Hartman takes us on a road trip through California’s Central Valley to witness the toxicity: of mortgages and ecosystems, houses, drugs and human relations.