A pamphlet using Marx's first volume of Capital to study the history of the class struggle of the Lowell and Lawrence young woman workers against the paternalistic capitalists. Perhaps serves as an intro to thinking of the concrete application of Capital's categories.
Thug comix, anti-copyright; a zine of sorts, tho certainly not in the classic sense. Just a comic.
Basic rundown, a nutty dude, tired of the thug vibe, endeavors to experiment with his budding creativity. Amid cat-calls from OGs, he surprises and invigorates a usually CIA-manipulated culture into an evolutionary approach that has everyone going bananas! read more »
Pamphlet with two essays ranging across a short history of UK cleaning sector struggles and strikes:
1) Cleaners’ Organizing in Britain from the 1970s:
A Personal Account by Sheila Rowbotham
2) Crisis In The Cleaning Sector (2014)
Paginated for double-sided printing.
Getting rid of the Shame and the Shit
Thoughts on …
… (not) Being Part of a Couple
… Romantic Relationships
… (not) Having Sex
… Beauty, Power & Attractiveness
… Female* Self-Sex
This book is intended to raise consciousness of what shoplifting entails and what issues are linked to it. It is also intended to warn against traps for shoplifters. None of the suggestions are fool-proof. Shoplifting is also not completely sustainable.
Ethics read more »
We are all units that can unite to create a just future. But all attempts are predetermined to fail, as long as these units are zeros. read more »
Sorry for the repeat in material, here's another.
This zine explains Zapatista history and the current project of autonomy to those in the U.S. who either know very little about the movement, or don't understand how it operates on the ground. It explains how the movement evolved and gives a brief insight into how their autonomous government, school system, health care...etc operate today. read more »
"Proving yet again that Kate Sharpley Library is the place to go for information (in English, anyway) on Japanese anarchist history, here is a pamphlet on the story of 26 anarchists on trial in the early 1900s, including the infamous Kanno and Kotoku Suga. read more »
"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 »