We are told our lives are too fast, subject to the accelerating demand that we innovate more, work more, enjoy more, produce more, and consume more. That’s one familiar story. Another, stranger, story is told here: of those who think we haven’t gone fast enough. Instead of rejecting the increasing tempo of capitalist production they argue that we should embrace and accelerate it. Rejecting this conclusion, "Malign Velocities" tracks this 'accelerationism' as the symptom of the misery and pain of labour under capitalism.
A pamphlet put out by the defunct Kasama Project, detailing accounts of former members and supporters of the Revolutionary Communist Party in the USA who were homosexual and the treatment they received by the party. The accounts contain mental and emotional abuse and bigoted language.
Issue of Anarchy magazine from August 1964
Issue of Anarchy magazine from May 1964
Issue of Anarchy magazine from April 1964
Issue of Anarchy magazine from March 1964
Issue of Anarchy magazine from February 1964, this issue focuses on the role of the police and prison system in society, and includes anecdotes of police violence(The laughter of Inspector Rowley) and attempted framing of suspects(I’ve dislodged a bit of brick).
Issue of Anarchy magazine from January 1964