From Garage Collective, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Weighing in at 56 pages plus a hand screenprinted cover, Rivet 3 is proud to be focused on that 'crazy idea' called 'Anarchism'. Partly an exploration of my viewpoints, partly a study of Anarchist ideas — this issue is meant to be a 'starter kit' for anyone remotely interested in finding out more about Anarchism, Libertarian Socialism, and constructive theories for social change. The zine shouldn't be viewed as conclusive or objective, nor as speaking on behalf of the various groups in Aotearoa — merely as a collection of writing and thoughts on Anarchism.
Contents include original 'art' by Garage Collective and various other contributors, as well as articles by Andreas Spath, Sam Dolgoff, Murray Bookchin, Howard Zinn, Peggy Kornegger and more — ranging from simple definitions to longer, more focused theory.
Also included is a directory of related Aotearoa 'anarchist' groups and websites.
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