Anarchist History Alphabeltical
Considered by many to be the most important statement originally written in the English language delineating the basic position of philosophical egoism. When taken in tandem with The Ego and Its Own and John Badcock, Jr's Slaves To Duty, there remains little to add to complete the fundamentals of this philosophical impulse. read more »
"Separate and Equal"? Mujeres Libres and the Anarchist Strategy for Women's Emancipation by Martha Ackelsberg (Journal article)
she wrote a book too. check it out.
by Jo Freeman
Os Cangaceiros was a group of delinquents caught up in the spirit of the French insurrection of 1968 who refused to let that spirit die. With nothing but contempt for the self-sacrificial ideology practiced by “specialists in armed struggle”, this uncontrollable band of social rebels wreaked havoc on the French state — attacking infrastructures of oppression, supporting popular revolts, stealing and releasing secret blueprints for high-tech prisons, raiding the offices of corporate collaborators, and creating their lives in complete opposition to the world based on work. read more »
by Jacob McKean
and On Revolutionary Discipline
by Nestor Makhno
An essay talking about violence, power, space and shitty leftists.
We are the life growing between the cracks of the pavement
From Eugene, OR 2000
complete book in printable zine format,
Looking back over the past decade, it appears that North American law enforcement agencies are increasingly utilizing conspiracy charges to target anarchists and others involved in radical communities. We’ve composed a review of recent conspiracy cases in hopes of analyzing this.
Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World by Steven J. Hirsch and Lucien van der WaltSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 11/14/2011 - 09:06.
Narratives of anarchist and syndicalist history during the era of the first globalization and imperialism (1870-1930) have overwhelmingly been constructed around a Western European tradition centered on discrete national cases. read more »
The Black flag in Anarchist History
From "La Mujer Esclava" to "La Mujer Limon": Anarchism and the Politics of Sexuality in Early-Twentieth-Century Chile by Elizabeth Quay Hutchinson
a short interview with activists from mindsetbreakers manila and housing struggling people plus some short historical comments
The Anarchist-Feminist Response to the "Woman Question" in the Late Nineteenth-Century America by Margaret S. Marsh
No, you didn't read it wrong: it's an anarchist Magic: the Gathering deck fully laid out for printing! Nerdy anti-authoritarians everywhere, rejoice! read more »
by Workers Solidarity Movement (Ireland)