Small group of anarchists goes wild at end of one-hour march in Tel Aviv street. According to police, protestors refused to evacuate road, hurled sticks, eggs and bags containing excrement at police officers
<table><tr><td><em>Workers Power and the Spanish Revolution</em><br><br><a href="http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=74&ItemID=10703">by Tom Wetzel</a><br><br>In Spain's national elections in February of 1936, a repressive right-wing government was swept out of office and replaced by a coalition of liberals and socialists.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://blackmanwithalibrary.blogspot.com/">kazembe balagun</a><br><br>I only met Murray Bookchin once, in his apartment in Vermont. I was there as part of the summer program of the now defunct Institute for Social Ecology. There were 20 of us, cramped together on a couch, chairs and available floor space. Murray was in failing health even then, but he was generous enough to give his time and field our questions.
<table><tr><td><CENTER><strong>Two Recent Books from Factory School</strong></CENTER>
Black and Red Books website now up!
Black & Red has been publishing radical texts since 1968, including works by Fredy Perlman, David Watson, Noam Chomsky, Guy Debord, Jacques Camatte and others.
CrimethInc 'Convergence' has feel of a '60s 'happening'
By David Krotz
Genevieve Montgomery told it like a story, the street theater she participated in Saturday night as the audience was leaving a performance by the Great River Shakespeare Festival.
About 50 CrimethInc Convergence participants suddenly appeared on the Winona State campus outside the theater, much to the concern of two security officers, she said.
Murray Bookchin RIP
BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Murray Bookchin, an early proponent of what he described as social ecology, died at home early Sunday at the age of 85.
He was surrounded by family when he died of heart failure at home, said his daughter, Debbie Bookchin.
Murray Bookchin long was a proponent of left-leaning libertarian ideas and was among the first people in the early 1960s to promote the then-emerging field of ecology into political debate.
What do you call someone who speaks two or more languages? Multilingual.
What do you call someone who only speaks one language? American.
This is a guide to useful (and not so useful) phrases in Chinese, Japanese, German, French, Spanish and Basque for traveling anarchists from Anglophone countries.
Originally published in How to Smash Everything: an Anarchist Sourcebook.