Everyone knows the terrible communities, having spent time in them or being within them still because they are always stronger than the others. And because of that one always stays, in part – and parts at the same time. Family, school, work, and prison are the classic faces of this form of contemporary hell. But they are less interesting as they belong to an old form of market evolution and only presently survive. read more »
by Gilles Dauve
On The Concept of History, by Walter Benjamin
Tiqqun's "This Is Not a Program", written in October, 2001.
Foundational text by Abbie Hoffman of the Yippies! on guerrilla theater, creative actions, and generally subversive communication.
The Democractic Mystification
by Jacques Camatte
Two versions to Enjoy!
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Text from "Italian Feminist Thought: A Reader", includes two text published in 1970 by the group Rivolta Femminile, their first manifesto & "Let's Spit on Hegel" written by founding member Carla Lonzi.
South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action is making available several old-school ARA zines published many years ago by Chicago ARA.
ARA Research Bulletin #1 May 2001 (No Tears for the Nazis, No Support for the State, The Enemy of Our Enemy: the Southern Poverty Law Center “Badjackets” Anarchists, The Third Position, The New Face of Resistance: White Music for White Sheep, Hale and Brimstone, and News from the Front Lines) read more »
What happened in Asheville on May Day was not a riot, and not because of its size or any matter of scale. A riot expands. It is spontaneous, or it takes hold amidst a backdrop of social struggle. Countersummits provide the unique opportunity of a planned riot, because there is a larger crowd of people assembled there among whom the riot can spread, and the mass protest situation already creates such a logistical nightmare for the police that the risk, normally idiotic, of trying to start a riot right where the cops are expecting it is often neutralized. read more »
A strange delusion possesses the working classes of the nations where capitalist civilization holds its sway. This delusion drags in its train the individual and social woes which for two centuries have tortured sad humanity. This delusion is the love of work, the furious passion for work, pushed even to the exhaustion of the vital force of the individual and his progeny.
Peter Gelderloos' immensely accessible and useful book, now available as a professional-quality, printable booklet.
Noam Chomsky's classic work on Anarchism, now available as a printable, professional quality booklet.
A zine on the role of theory in activism.
not yr cister press