Back in the 19th century visions of a new anarchist society were first articulated, and right before that century ended Peter Kropotkin published 'Fields, Factories and Workshops', a book that was groundbreaking in laying out how an anarchist society could operate.
From Anarkismo by Wayne Price
The Russian Revolution of 1917 demonstrates the dangers of a revolutionary minority taking over, setting up its own state, and substituting itself for the working class and oppressed.
This essay tells a story of the two sides of May Day: the red and the green. From Maypoles to the Haymarket martyrs listen to this Audiozine and get exited for an awesome May Day.
June 11, 2017: Communication is a Weapon
By now it is a platitude to speak of the isolation and silence that prisons strive to impose. Every week another one of our imprisoned friends tells us that their mail is getting fucked with, the phones on their unit are “broken,” or that our publications are being rejected with no recourse.
For us, one of the most exciting elements of June 11, 2016 was the proliferation of words and ideas shared between and from anarchist prisoners. Along with spreading material solidarity internationally and keeping the names of our comrades on our lips, our contribution to facilitating that communication is one of our most important tasks. While the starting point of our project was support for Marius Mason and Eric McDavid (the first of whom remains imprisoned in an extremely restrictive unit, while the latter has been freed!), it has been through a spreading web of communications that we have expanded the scope of our project to solidarity with long-term anarchist prisoners around the world. This year, we are seeking to emphasize this communication.
From Sprout Distro
The following zines and pamphlets were published in March of 2017. We present them here hopefully to increase their reach and to facilitate the spread of anarchist counter-information. Copy and destroy!
The term “black” anarchist has been thrown around recently in a number of international milieux and journals. Indeed during the last few years of my travels throughout North and South America and Europe I have noted repeated attempts to define, through action and theory, the ideas associated with black anarchy. Following is a brief, incomplete outline of some of the more common aspects of what black anarchists think and do. These tendencies are numbered for convenience, and not to show priority or importance.
The farmers who claim to be causally responsible for the production of wheat have to qualify their claims when dustbowl conditions prove otherwise; i.e. forces more powerful than them by far, and beyond their control, had to be operative and keeping things moving along smoothly to make the farmers 'look good' and allow them to pretend that ‘they were responsible’ for wheat production. Is it not the same for colonizers claiming to be 'in control' of colonized lands and peoples?
(In an article I made in 2009 titled 'Benjamin Tucker Individualist Libertarian Market Socialist' some of its definitions on Capitalism and Market Socialism were not very accurate and needed work. So I made a much more accurate updated article titled ‘Benjamin Tucker Individualist Libertarian Market Socialist Updated 2017’. This article ‘Benjamin Tucker: American Mutualist’ is the follow up article to the ‘Benjamin Tucker Individualist Libertarian Market Socialist Updated 2017’ article. So if you have not read that updated article, please read that one first.)