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Worker in Poland almost killed by capitalist

News about a worker who was almost killed just because he wanted his money.

The heyday of corruption and the end of corporatism - Robert Kurz

A short article by Robert Kurz on corporate corruption in the context of the decline of “corporatism”, with particular reference to Germany and the trade unions, the Works Committees and the Siemens scandal.

An anarchist theory of criminal justice - Coy McKinney

This paper is a critique of how the state, the legal system, and the criminal justice system function in American society. The paper argues that the racial disparities in society are not by chance, but design, as they represent the original intent of the rich, white men that drafted the Constitution. Ultimately, the paper calls for an anarchist approach to society that would remove the discriminatory, oppressive frameworks we currently live under. Time is spent debunking preconceived notions of anarchism and explaining why it is a viable path.

No beast so fierce - Edward Bunker

A lifelong thief released after an 8 year stretch in prison struggles with the unyielding parole officer waiting to return him, finding a job and starting afresh from crime. A perceptive look at the vicious cycle of recidivism, Bunker was behind bars when the book was published.

Class justice in 1920

A short account of the attack on the anarchist speaker Sydney Hanson

Heat, work and genre - J.A. Lindstrom

Film theory about the role of work, both illegal and legitimate, in Michael Mann's noir Heat.

The Second Amendment and Closed Horizons

Steven Fake on gun violence and inequality in the United States.

BNP murderer and paedophile convicted

BNP organiser, election candidate and paedophile Ian Si'Ree

One British National Party member has been jailed for the murder of a delivery driver and his father, a BNP organiser and candidate, becomes the latest activist in the fascist organisation to be convicted as a paedophile.

[Trigger warning: sexual abuse]

The illegalists - Doug Emrie

Short background of illegalism, and one of its proponents, Marius Jacob. Originally published in Anarchy: a Journal Of Desire Armed, 1994/5 and taken from http://recollectionbooks.com/siml/library/illegalistsDougImrie.htm

The Bonnot Gang: The story of the French illegalists - Richard Parry

This is the story of the infamous Bonnot Gang: the most notorious French anarchists ever, and the inventors of the motorized get-away. It is the story of how the anarchist taste for illegality developed into illegalism - the theory that theft is liberating. And how a number of young anarchists met in Paris in the years before the first world war, determined to live their lives to the full, regardless of the inevitable - and tragic - consequences.