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Political Ecology: System Change Not Climate Change

 Political Ecology: System Change Not Climate Change

In this new and greatly expanded edition of his 1991 classic, Dimitrios Roussopoulos delves into the history of environmentalism to explain the failure of the State management of the ecological crisis. He summarizes the various responses of civil society and explores the prospects of channeling environmentalist aspirations into political alternatives, emphasizing the ideas of social ecology and the central role of democratic neighborhoods and cities in developing alternatives.

The Lucasville Uprising, April 11-21 1993: An Introduction

An introduction to the Lucasville Uprising on April 1993, compiling the "Background" section of the Lucasville Uprising site and "Re-Examining Lucasville" by Staughton Lynd.

Never Dormant on Death Row: Siddique Hasan and Bomani Shakur on Ferguson & movements against police violence

A conversation between Lucasville Uprising prisoners Bomani Shakur and Siddique Hasan about the Ferguson uprising and related anti-police violence movements, taken from the Lucasville Amnesty site and formatted as a pamphlet by Sacramento Prisoner Support.

The Notting Hill Riots (1976) - Martin Wright

Martin Wright on the Notting Hill riots of August 30 1976. From Anarchy (second series) #21.

Power and Truth: Analytics of Power and Nomadic Thought as Fragments of a Philosophy of Liberation

Michael Panser is an internationalist who lost his life during a Turkish air raid in December 2018. In this essay, Panser explores the intersection of Foucault and Öcalan.

The Right to Work or the Right to Fight to Live - Martin Wright

Martin Wright reflects on the tedium of the left's "Right To Work" campaign and proposes some less passive alternatives. From Anarchy #21, 1976.

Originally transcribed by Gawain Williams.

Fascism in Britain Today (1976): The National Front, the working class and the lumpen - Martin Wright

Martin Wright on the class composition of support for the National Front, from Anarchy #19, 1976.

Fascism in Britain Today (1976): The Left and the National Front - Martin Wright

Young Asians, Blacks and Whites confront the NF march in Bradford

Martin Wright on fascism and anti-fascism from Anarchy magazine in 1976.

Article typed up by the comrades at Kate Sharpley Library. Notes in square brackets are by KSL. Footnotes by Libcom.

The Language of Freedom

Article from Organise! magazine about the relationship between Anarchists and the Esperanto movement.

The Workers' Dreadnought (March 11 1922)

Contains the seventh and final part of the first version of Pankhurst's "Communism and its Tactics," part three of Kropotkin's "The Wage System," and other content.