Anarchist History Alphabeltical
by Frank H. Brooks
Selections on direct action from We Are An Image From the Future.
Imaginal Machines: Autonomy & Self-Organization in the Revolutions of Everyday Life by Stevphen ShukaitisSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 08/13/2012 - 18:06.
"IMAGINAL MACHINES explores with humor and wit the condition of art and politics in contemporary capitalism. It reviews the potentials and limits of liberatory art (from surrealism to Tom Waits) while charting the always-resurgent creations of the collective imagination. read more »
In the Struggle for Equality: The History of the Anarchist Red Cross, by Boris Yelensky. This zine is part of the Boston Anarchist Black Cross distro.
At the third North American Class Struggle Anarchist Conference, Miami Autonomy and
Solidarity gave a presentation on what they call the Intermediate Level. This document
collects the notes from the presentation & related readings.
by Maurizio Antonioli
published by Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici
On the problem of armed struggle, the reactionary function of the CNT, & possible future developments of the anti-capitalist struggle.
By the comrades of the Spanish Federation of Anarchist Groups (F.I.G.A.) read more »
For two thousand years the disparate groups that now reside in Zomia (a mountainous region the size of Europe that consists of portions of seven Asian countries) have fled the projects of the organized state societies that surround them—slavery, conscription, taxes, corvée labor, epidemics, and warfare. read more »
Inveterate 1950s-style Parisian slacker Jean-Michel Mension's first book, The Tribe: Conversations with Gerard Berreby and Francesco Milo (volume 1 of Contributions to the History of the Situationist International and Its Time), arrives in this country translated by Donald Nicholson-Smith. read more »
This is a zine formatted version of Equitable Commerce by Josiah Warren. Warren is said to be the father of American Individualist Anarchism and he helped to publish one of the first Anarchist Periodicals in the United States called the Peaceful Revolutionist.
by Ida Mett
Kropotkin's Revolutionary Pamphlets: A Collection of Writings by Peter Kropotkin (Edited by Roger N. Baldwin)Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 08/13/2012 - 19:58.
This book is the best introduction to Kropotkin's ideas that I have read and it even gives a somewhat unbiased definition of anarchism that Kropotkin had written for the Encyclopedia Britannica. read more »
Expanded re-print of Albert Meltzers short account of the Bonnot Gang
"The first time that the bourgeois press cried “OUTRAGE!” at the Bonnot Gang activity was over the affair in the rue Ordener, a few days before Christmas 1911. It was one of the first motor car raids and is thus a milestone in the march of “progress”.
The Societe General was raided"
Printed pamphlet available from
This zine collects two excellent essays by Lawrence Jarach: "Leftism 101" from Back to Basics: The Problem of the Left put out by the Green Anarchy collective and "Anarchists, Don't let the Left(overs) Ruin your Appetite" from Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed #48. read more »
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Alexander Berkman was a 20th century American revolutionary. Like the abolitionist John Brown before him, Berkman was hugely idealistic, ready to go to the furthest extreme of self-sacrifice and violence on behalf of justice and civil rights. read more »
by Roger N. Baldwin
Dissecting the conflicting views of the golden age of pirates—as romanticized villains on one hand and genuine social rebels on the other—this fascinating chronicle explores the political and cultural significance of these nomadic outlaws by examining a wide range of ethnographical, sociological, and philosophical standards. read more »
Limited Wants, Unlimited Means: A Reader on Hunter-Gatherer Economics and the Environment (Edited by John Gowdy)Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 01/14/2013 - 07:28.
This is another important anthropological text for anarcho-primitivists... Why the fuck are they so deeply in bed with ideas foundationally rooted in colonial and representational practice? Surely there is a better way.
INTRODUCTION: Back to the Future and Forward to the Past
PART I: ORIGINAL AFFLUENT SOCIETIES
1. The Original Affluent Society by Marshall Sahlins read more »
"EVERY TIME AN ANARCHIST SAYS 'I BELIEVE IN DEMOCRACY,' THERE IS A LITTLE FAIRY SOMEWHERE THAT FALLS DOWN DEAD."
They saw the effects, but not the cause: A little Monsieur Dupont reader on activism, democracy and other obstacles to revolution. read more »