anarchism

Chomsky responds to Chris Knight's book, 'Decoding Chomsky'

Chomsky responds to Chris Knight's book, 'Decoding Chomsky'

In a British Columbia university radio show, Chomsky has now responded to Chris Knight’s new book, 'Decoding Chomsky, science and revolutionary politics'.

Why We Lost the War – Diego Abad de Santillán

A retrospective on the Spanish Civil War by the FAI leader, Diego Abad de Santillán, published in 1940, in which the former Minister of the Economy of the Generalitat blames foreign (especially Russian) intervention, the farcical “non-intervention” of the western democracies, and the centralism of the (Russian-ruled) Republic for Franco’s victory, citing long passages from official FAI documents, reports from various CNT committees, testimonials of front line soldiers, minutes from meetings of the Popular Front and libertarian plenums, etc., as well as his own wartime suggestions concerning military strategy (guerrilla warfare), and expresses regrets for his pacifying role in May 1937.

What Marx should have said to Kropotkin - Adam Buick

The following is the transcript of a talk given by Adam Buick to the 1994 'Socialist Party of Great Britain Summer School', which was held that year at Ruskin College in Oxford, England.

Interview with Ruta 66 - Miguel Amorós

An interview published in 2016 in which Miguel Amorós answers questions about his life and ideas and discusses anarchism, Guy Debord and the Situationist International, the Spanish “Transition”, rock music, the Encyclopédie des Nuisances, postmodernism, the “civil society” movement and Podemos, mass society, terrorism, and the idea of progress.

The Collected Writings of Renzo Novatore - Renzo Novatore

The writings of Renzo Novatore are an emotional cavalcade of egoism, nihilism, and hatred for democratic mediocrity along with irrepressible and indomitable will in the face of the world as it is..

Flowers for the rebels who failed: Rebellion in Patagonia by Osvaldo Bayer [Book Review]

In Rebellion in Patagonia Osvaldo Bayer rescued this tragedy from historical oblivion. ‘The 1921 massacre of the rural workers of Patagonia is no longer a taboo subject, mentioned as if it were but a legend.’ (p467) Patagonia, in the far south of Argentina, dominated by the livestock runs of large landowners, is a long way from Buenos Aires. It may be a long way from where you are, but this is a story that resonates.

The Subversion of Politics: European Autonomous Social Movements and the Decolonization of Everyday Life - George Katsiaficas

Katsiaficas develops a new theory of freedom and autonomy that redefines the parameters of the political itself.

Emancipation

An archive of Emancipation, a publication produced by the Anarchist Association of the Americas during the 1980s.

"Black Flag of Anarchism" (Summer 1974)

Occasional newsletter by two New Jersey anarchists

Review of Underground Passages by Jesse Cohn

A review of Underground Passages by Jesse Cohn