anarchism

Aufstand und Produktion

Ein faktenhaltiges Gedankenspiel für die Debatte über Aufstandsstrategien der Arbeiter_innenklasse: Erste Schritte in einer sechsmonatigen revolutionären Übergangsperiode in Großbritannien.

Mapping the fire: international words of solidarity with the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire – Black International Editions

A publication acting as a meeting point for comrades of the Conspiracy of Fire Cells from all over the world, consisting of personal stories, letters of solidarity and information about groups, etc., aimed at the constitution of a 'Black International' of imprisoned anarchists.

The origins of socialist thought in Japan - John Crump

Socialism first gained a major foothold in Japan after the revolution and the subsequent Meiji restoration of 1868. Against the background of the rapid development of capitalism in Japan after the revolution, and the accompanying emergence of the working class, this study shows how early Japanese socialists drew on both Western influences and elements from traditional Japanese culture. This book made an original contribution to the study of Japan in the 1980s, its unique perspective shines a bright light on debates still relevant today.

Hatta Shūzō and Pure Anarchism in Interwar Japan - John Crump

A pioneering study of Japanese 'pure anarchism' between the wars focused on its principal theoretician, Hatta Shuzo.

National Anarchism? – Alexander Schapiro

Headline of Solidaridad Obrera, 26 May 1937

A 1937 article by Alexander Schapiro, criticising the nationalist rhetoric used in an editorial of Solidaridad Obrera.

Apart from the Obvious Exceptions - Alfredo M. Bonanno

One of the best articulators of the insurrectionist tendency on the topics of what it means to be an anarchist, and how anarchists best deal with prison, and the courts.