Anarchist History Alphabeltical
"The Cybernetic Hypothesis is a political hypothesis, a new fable that after the second world war has definitively supplanted the liberal hypothesis. Contrary to the latter, it proposes to conceive biological, physical, and social behaviors as something integrally programmed and re-programmable. read more »
(a lot of his works)
A collection of essays and articles from the Ukranian revolutionary, Nestor Makhno, who fought against encroaching Bolshevik terror during the Russian Revolution. The Struggle Against the State and other Essays sheds valuable insight onto the man and the movement that bore his name.
Rob Thaxton Statement from the Hole
includes a herstory of the Revolutionary Cells and Rote Zora armed resistance in Germany, an interview with two anonymous members of Rote Zora, and a brief look at Direct Action and the Wimmin's Fire Brigade
"Organizations pass, but subversion will never stop being loved."
A great text about prisoners and solidarity, released under the moniker "International Friends" in August 1980 and currently attributed to that Debord guy. Signed by 25,000 people upon it's release, it plead for the release of Basque political prisoners in the spirit of revolutionary solidarity. read more »
by Murray Bookchin, full book as zine, printable within reason
Here's the text of the classic speech by Lucy Parsons, at the May Day celebrations. It's crazy. I've paired it with an old essay I found in the university archives called the Meaning of Social Revolution. It's our history, learn it.
by Lucy E. Parsons
by the Friends of Durruti
Malatesta's best received pamphlet, published before he died, re-edited for clean printing with crisp images.
by Rudolf Rocker
Nanni Balestrini was born in Milan in 1935. Known both as an experimental writer of prose and verse and as a cultural and political activist, he played a leading role in avant-garde writing and publishing in the sixties. His involvement with the extra-parliamentary left in the seventies resulted in terrorism charges (of which he was subsequently acquitted) and a long period of self- imposed exile from Italy. read more »
Selected Anarchist Responses to Prisons and Crime
Vol. 1; 1886-1929
This carefully chosen collection features the most important writings from the turbulent last four years of Emma Goldman’s life. This incredible follow-up her popular autobiography, Living My Life, reveals her struggles with the contradictions of the Spanish Revolution and her efforts to maintain integrity and vision in the heat of political activism.
“God is a lie, / and Faith is a lie, / And a tenfold lie is Love; / Life is a problem without a why, / And never a thing to prove.”—Voltairine de Cleyre read more »
War and Revolution - The Hungarian anarchist movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 06/10/2012 - 11:03.
WAR AND REVOLUTION:
The Hungarian anarchist movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)
by Martyn Everett
The First World War ended in 1918 - everywhere that is except in Hungary - where
the fighting continued. War and economic collapse created a revolutionary situation.
In spite of its size the tiny Hungarian anarchist movement played a significant part in read more »