Wayne Price

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 2, February 1991

Volume 2, Issue 2 of Love and Rage, with articles on the Gulf War and resistance, letters, news about L&R's production and an L&R organizing conference in Minneapolis, Wayne Price on different factions in the anti-war movement, anarchist tactics at mass demonstrations, squat evictions in Vancouver, Christopher Day on anarchism and organisation, indigenous resistance to a hydro-power project in Quebec, the On Gogol Boulevard column with news from Hungary, Lithuania, and anti-war Afghanistan veterans in the USSR, prison news including conscientious objectors in Finland, and the Notes of Revolt column with actions across the US and beyond.

The value of radical theory: An anarchist introduction to Marx's critique of political economy - Wayne Price

The Value of Radical Theory achieves two main goals. It explains Marxs economic theory, providing readers with a solid foundation in his critique of capitalism. Prices political insights also offer a framework through which anarchists can understand and use Marx, while remaining anarchists.

Review of Debt: The First 5,000 Years by David Graeber

Wayne Price reviews David Graeber's book on the history of debt.

Left Communism: an anarchist perspective

Wayne Price compares his conception of anarchism with tendencies in left communism. We do not necessarily agree with this article, but reproduce for reference and discussion.

Book review: A New World In Our Hearts: Love & Rage

A review of a short book containing a collection of writings from the Love & Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation.

Malcolm X and anarchism - Wayne Price

An article by Wayne Price for Black History Month 2010 on the relevance of Malcolm X's life and philosophy to anarchism.

Libertarian Marxism's Relation to Anarchism - Wayne Price

The current world-wide revival of anarchism is premised on the decline of Marxism. Yet there remains a strand of Marxism (libertarian or autonomist Marxism) to which anarchists often feel close and whose followers often express a closeness to anarchism.