Given the US debt, and the global crisis unfolding, the question above should be seriously considered. My knowledge of economics is pretty poor, but I refuse to accept that experts are the only ones who have something to say, so....
(btw, this is something carried over from the Greek thread: out of the labyrinth.)
Brief chronology of revolutionary groups, movements, events and individuals in the Greek town of Patras.
Rabble rousers and merry pranksters: A history of anarchism in Aotearoa/New Zealand from the mid-1950s to the early 1980s
A history of the Italian anarchist movement in London by Pietro Dipaola. In PDF format.
Academic essay on "the transnational dimension of Italian anarchism, by analysing its presence in the United States and worldwide, with special emphasis on the anarchist press."
This is a brief outline of the libertarian footprint in the history of Venezuela, prepared by members of the Collective Editorship of El Libertario. We hope that this serves as a useful point of reference for those who are interested in the subject.