Zine about the role of Graphic Design in Capitalism, and some possible alternatives towards a more libertarian/anarchist direction. Also includes a critique of The First Things First Manifesto of 2002. Produced by Garage Collective.
Printable version of David Graeber's Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. 19 sheets of paper. 76 pages
a resource guide for combating the Midwest Green Scare
Radical Health Reform from the Bottom Up
a Workers Solidarity Movement pamphlet
more info at : http://wsm.ie/health
Thoughts on Destroying the State and Creating
Signalfire Press 2006
issue 1 February 2008 read more »
Narrative nonfiction essays on the human condition. For all things never meant to be. Printed in New York City. Volume 2 May 2008.
cracking the system - a zine inspired by the april2008 initiative
what links a bomb shelter in russia, a shop in the netherlands, a monumental building in germany, a house in geneva, a villa in greece?
the squatting movement, that's what! all over the world people squat to create residential and social space. in europe, despite increasing repression, autonomous centres still exist in many places and even more are being born. read more »
In this text, Gambone gives a unique and concise
perspective on the life of Guevara, when there are precious few written
anarchist perspectives on the Cuban Revolution in general, and helps us move
beyond the baggage of the Marxist-Leninist Left, while keeping it in
perspective. This pamphlet has been digitally reproduced in order to make it
available to a wider audience via free download.
Common Cause is an Ontario anarchist organization that wants to see anarchists active in every town, neighborhood and workplace across Ontario. We have just published the third issue of our paper, Linchpin, online at http://linchpin.ca/node/722. You can download and distribute the PDF version from http://linchpin.ca/files/linchpin3_1.pdf or read the articles online below
by Lucy E. Parsons
Well-pitched notes on the autumn 2000 UK fuel protests
Towards recomposing & orchestrating working class harmonisation on a major scale
by Elizabeth 'Betita' Martinez