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The Unique and Its Property

The Unique and Its Property brings to the world a radical view: egoism, the notion that the individual is the measure of all things. Max Stirner's opus first published in 1845. In the first new English-language translation since 1907.

Why is there a Esperanto Workers Movement?: Gary Mickle

English translation of Gary Mickles article about the creation of the Esperanto workers movement and its guiding prinicples.

Why misogynists make great Informants: How gender violence on the left enables state violence in radical movements

Brandon Darby

Courtney Desiree Morris on the disruptive role of misogynists in radical organisations, and how it opens the door to state violence both indirectly and in some cases via police informants.

Medina Onrubia de Botana, Salvadora Carmen, 1894-1972

Salvadora Carmen Medina Onrubia

A short biography of Argentinian feminist anarchist poet and writer Salvadora Carmen Medina Onrubia de Botana, written by Cristina Guzzo.

Kaminsky, Vladimir Konstantinovich (1889 or 1891-1920)

Krasnoyarsk anarchists

A short biography of Vladimir Kaminsky, active in Ukraine and then in Siberia

Wichita students sit-in for US civil rights, 1958

Dockum Drug Store sit-in

A short history of the first successful sit-in protest of the civil rights movement in the Dockum Drug Store in Kansas.

The British Anarchist Movement and the Russian Revolution

Aldred

A short account of how Britiish anarchists related to the Russian Revolution of 1917

Askarov, German Karlovich (1882-1937?) (real name Iakobson) aka Herman Kleiner, German, Oskar Burritt

A short biography of anarchist German Askarov, a leading light in the Russian anarchist movement.

Silvestrov, (Seliverstov) Nikolai Grigorevich (1896-1937)

Silvestrov

A short biography of Russian anarchist Nikolai Silvestrov

Pannekoek and Gorter's Marxism

A lengthy introduction to the marxism of Pannekoek and Gorter, followed by five translated texts from these two authors.