Originally published as series of articles in Torch/La Antorcha a publication for the Revolutionary Socialist League in 1987 this book was inspired by some unanswered questions in and early investigation and critique(Trotskyism and the dilemma of Socialism) of Trotsky's explanation for the Soviet Union's transformation into Totalitarianism. read more »
Storming Heaven is the first comprehensive survey of Italian autonomist theory, from its origins in the anti-stalinist and workerist left of the 1950s to its heyday twenty years later. read more »
In a larger city we could find the following bolos: Alco-bolo, Sym-bolo, Les-bolo, Play-bolo, No-bolo, Sado-bolo, Maso-bolo, Blue-bolo, Dia-bolo, Marl-bolo, Marx-bolo, Anarcho-bolo, Incapa-bolo, Herb-bolo, Jesu-bolo, Krishna-bolo, which all assist in the substruction of the capitalist and/or socialist Planetary Work Machine. The pseudonym P.M. read more »
This classic and imaginative account of working-class society in its formative years, 1780 to 1832, revolutionized our understanding of English social history. E. P. read more »
Chris Knight - Blood Relations: Menstruation and the Origins of Culture read more »
This book demonstrates that the conceptual form of thinking of philosophy and science can be traced outside the immanency of the mind and, in fact,to what Marx call the 'commodity abstraction' which is the key to the formation of societies in which production is carried on for exchange. read more »
A collection of interviews and historical documents by and about the George Jackson Brigade and Men Against Sexism, focusing on the many forms of queer struggle against prison society.
This zine is a compilation of information found online surrounding
the anti-police riot that took place in the Edgewood neighborhood of
This research of Philadelphia history was undertaken for the explicit purpose of formulating a critical narrative of how policing has upheld the racial contours of the capitalist economic and political order. read more »
"This edition of Rise Fall Repeat follows Fox's established format of gorgeous photography overlayed with cut&paste narrative. This issue feels like a dichotomy: there are some musings that, in a few words, paint astonishing insights into the human condition. read more »
Using Space 8
*'Ive painted myself into a corner' – learning from the divide between artistic and anarchist squats in Paris
*Open House London / Made Possible by Squatting
*Review of 'Nine Tenths of the Law' by Hannah Dobbz
*A quick update on Brighton courtcases
*Excerpt from 'Dangerous Spaces' zine
*List of back issues
Plus more cats
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From the introduction:
Anarchists are made and not born. Many of us have stories about specific moments or experiences that marked a turning point, something that made us become anarchists, or realize we already were anarchists. We compiled this zine because we wanted to hear stories of what pushes people over the edge and help us imagine ways we can create breaking points for others. read more »
February 8, 2014 12 Noon, Tacoma WA.
Portland Ave. Park (on Portland Ave. and E. 35th in t-town)
Show solidarity with long time political prisoner Leonard Peltier!
"As individual fingers we may be easily broken, but all together we make a mighty fist."
- Sitting Bull