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  • Against "Rigid Radicalism"
    A review of Nick Montgomery and carla bergman's "Joyful Militancy: Building Thriving Resistance in Toxic Times".
  • Anarchism and Autonomous Marxism
    A review of Kevin Van Meter's "Guerrillas of Desire: Notes on Everyday Resistance and Organizing to Make a Revolution Possible".
  • Guilty of running like an Italian? Vilified Vanzetti!
    With this week's publication of Bartolomeo Vanzetti's EVENTS AND VICTIMS, I wish to share more pcis and history regarding our courageous, imaginative, and murdered author. Here are photographs taken yesterday in afternoon in my hometown of Bridgew...
  • Efforts to Decrease Prison Populations Are Leaving Women Behind
    By Vikki LawOriginally published on TruthoutFebruary 07, 2018Anastazia Schmid has spent the past 17 years behind bars in Indiana. During that time, she's seen firsthand the impacts of changes and trends within the state's prison system -- and th...
  • After Wakanda- 5 Black Sci-Fi Writers You Should Know
    Originally posted on BitchFebruary 26th, 2018 This story was originally published on October 30, 2014. It’s time to stock up your bedside table with titles by Black women authors who you can spend the next 11 months reading. Here’s m...
  • Lumpen/Proletariat
    A review of J. Sakai's "The 'Dangerous Class' and Revolutionary Theory: Thoughts on the Making of the Lumpen/Proletariat".
  • Critical Comments on The Politics of Cosmology
    The Politics of Cosmology is a thousand-page manuscript by social ecologist and political theorist Murray Bookchin, based on his study of the history of philosophy and his lectures on that topic.
  • Beware! It is Catching & Can Rot Your Brains
    Experts say that it is rarely fatal but can cause many unpleasant symptoms including brainrot, selective vision and moral turpitude. I am referring, of course, to zionusitis, a disease that has become increasingly fashionable in these grim times.
  • Signal:06 Editors' Round-Up
    Fresh from the printers is the sixth and latest issue of Signal: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture. Signal is edited by Josh MacPhee and I and it is our attempt to document and share compelling and innovative historical a...
  • Sing a Song of Politics
    Give me the making of the songs of a nation and I care not who makes its laws. (Andrew Fletcher 18th century Scottish political writer.)
  • Pierre Ramus Collected Works
    Vienna publisher Monte Verità has launched an eight-volume series of the collected works of Pierre Ramus, Austria's best-known anarchist.
    Donald Trump's presidential inauguration on January 20 in Washington, DC last year is something that most of us who read rags like this try to forget. The arrest of over 230 protesters at "Disrupt J20" that same day in DC, and the chargi...
  • Bavarian Council Republic
    Two new books recall a historical event that continues to serve as an inspiration for radicals.
  • Tales from Rojava
    Lower Class Magazine reports on the struggle in Kurdistan.
  • Which Side Are You On?
    Terror is the checkpoint on my way to school, the robbery of my land, the torture of my mother, the imprisonment of my innocent father. (Ahed Tamimi)
  • Anarchist Liberation Army
    A new group in Germany aims to revive the spirit of the Schwarze Scharen, anarcho-syndicalist workers' militias portrayed in the PM Press release "Setting Sights: Histories and Reflections on Community Armed Self-Defense".
  • New Year's Gratitude
    Embracing gratitude as a theme of resolution, the blog muses a bit and ends with a poem.

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