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#Kropotkin: Words of a Rebel

Paroles d’un Revolte was Kropotkin’s first book, published in Paris in 1885, and this is its first complete English version. A very different work from the more familiar books of the mature Kropotkin, like Mutual AidFields, Factories and Workshops; and Memoirs of a Revolutionist, it is the product of an anarchist agitator rather than a libertarian savant. And it derives its interest as much from what it reveals about an important transitional phase in the development of anarchist doctrines as it does for what it shows us of Kropotkin himself during a transitional period for him as well, an activist interlude between his escape from Russian prisons and his long refuge in the productive exile of London suburbia.

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Voline: My Friend Trotsky – “The conflict between you and us is unavoidable”

Here is an extract from the new PM Press edition of Voline’s anarchist history of the Russian Revolution,The Unknown Revolution (with a new introduction by Iain McKay), describing Voline’s encounters with Leon Trotsky, before and during the Russian Revolution.It goes well with Emma Goldman’s “Trotsky Protests Too Much,” which I posted earlier. The excerpt can also be found in Daniel Guérin’s No Gods, No Masters (Ni Dieu Ni Maitre), published by AK Press.

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Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: The Federative Principle and the Need to Reconstitute the Party of Revolution

First part and the first chapter of the second part are translated by Richard Vernon, as these were what he considered to be “the theoretical core of the work”. Chapter IX of Part III and Conclusion translated by Ian Harvey. Primary footnotes are Proudhon’s, while secondary footnotes are the translators’.

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Anarchist prisoner Marius Mason: New Book Review

A review of Taking the Rap: Women Doing Time For Society’s Crimes by Ann Hansen. Between the Lines, 2018

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Support Anarchist Bookfair #Malmö

Swedish territory: Yesterday we reported about the upcoming anarchist bookfair in Stockholm. Today we ask you to support the anarchist bookfair in Malmö.

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Immortal: A tribute to Anna Campbell and Haukur Hilmarsson

In April 2017, Anna Campbell made the journey to Rojava to fight with the YPJ in defence of the revolution and the Kurdish people. Eleven months later in March 2018, she was killed alongside Sara Merdin and Serhilden by Turkish Forces while defending Afrin. Their bodies were never recovered.

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Sunday 03 February: Open prepatory meeting for an Anarchist Book Fair in #Wuppertal

On Sunday February 3, 2019, an open prepatory meeting for an Anarchist Book Fair will take place in Wuppertal, German territory. The meeting starts at 15:00 at the Enough is Enough Info-Café at Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal. People who have time and want to make the anarchist book fair in Wuppertal possible are welcome.

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The #Zapatistas’ Dignified Rage: Revolutionary Theories and Anticapitalist Dreams of Subcomandante Marcos

Beyond the city streets and markets of San Cristóbal de las Casas, steep roads wind into the misty mountains of Chiapas, past the Mexican state’s military outposts, and toward the autonomous communities of the Zapatistas, a movement which erupted onto the world stage on January 1st, 1994.

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