anarchism

Towards a fresh revolutionary anarchist group

A discussion paper produced by the Detroit section of the Love & Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation, right after the organization dissolved in the late 1990s.

The Revolutionary Anarchist #3 (July 1973)

The July 1973 issue of The Revolutionary Anarchist, a joint publication of the Seattle branch of the Social Revolutionary Anarchist Federation and Revolutionary Anarchist Print Fund.

Sidney Solomon, in his own words

Sid and Clara Solomon

A short autobiography of Sidney Solomon long-time anarchist and painter who lived in New York. Member of Vanguard Group, the New Trends Group and the Libertarian Book Club

Vanguard: a libertarian communist journal

Issues and articles of Vanguard, an anarchist publication based out of New York during the 1930s.

Prairie Struggle is dead and the struggle continues

A retrospective of Prairie Struggle, an anarchist political organization from Canada that existed from 2011-2015.

A new anarchism emerges, 1940–1954

A history by Andrew Cornell of the American anarchism movement from the beginning of the Second World War until the mid-1950s.

Anarchism: a solution to world problems

A 1940 pamphlet published by Man!, an anarchist newspaper out of New York.

What ought to be the anarchist attitude towards the machine - Marcus Graham

A 1934 article by Marcus Graham that is critical of technology.

The Unaustralians

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Maxine is Mad. Her best friend is dead and she blames Australia. That's right - the whole country! She grabs her boyfriend Henry and hits the road, looking for meaning, kicks and vengeance. Their quest leads them into a frightening world of activists, breatharians, eclipse chasers and techno freaks. They trip through Newcastle, Sydney and even the scariest place of all - Canberra. But they will never give up. They are THE UNAUSTRALIANS.

The abolition of the state - Karl Kautsky

This is the second article in a 3-part series by Karl Kautsky from 1881. This part is about the anarchist position towards the state.