Is there a standard set of libertarian literature?
Given that today is the 20th anniversary of a pivotal event in history, perhaps some reflections on history are in order. But “optimism” is not the right word for it; neither is “pessimism”. Certainly, if we emphasise the world wars,
A response to a couple of articles in the Socialist Worker, brought to my attention by a friend: Refusing to be ruled over How do anarchists see change happening? I think this is a very interesting discussion. It is a
“Modern capitalism and its spectacle allot everyone a specific role in a general passivity. The student is no exception to the rule. He has a provisional part to play, a rehearsal for his final role as an element in market
Some random finds on youtube in this vein. Chumbawumba – Give the anarchist a cigarettehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiLpR8fLnfM(This is from their joint album with Noam Chomsky. No, Chomsky does not sing.) Chumbawamba – Revolutionhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWLHpuLrpyk&feature=related 1936: Spanish anarchist song w/English subtitleshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWXYsi3zoCQ&feature=related Actually, I think
I am interested pretty broadly in radical politics, and especially in alternatives, vision for a better world, and strategy of how to get there. This means alternatives in all realms of society: politics, economics, kinship, environment, gender relations, race relations,