Four literary-political essays documenting the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster of March 2011, following the earthquake and tsunami of that date in Japan.
Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh$7.95
In Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, writer and independent publisher Anne Elizabeth Moore brings her experience in the American cultural underground to Cambodia, a country...
Smuggling in Poole and Dorset$4.50
A look at the history of smuggling in Dorset (in the UK, silly!) and the government responses to it. This pamphlet examines to whether smugglers should be considered folk heroes and to what extent...
Black American GIs in Bristol and Gloucestershire During World War II$4.50
America's entry into World War II immediately served to highlight the issue of race relations and the contradictions between America's declared position as a defender of "freedom" and "democracy,"...
The Philosopher of Primitive Accumulation$4.50
John Locke is also not only the main intellectual founder of liberalism, but also of neoliberalism, the "ruling idea" of the ruling class of today. He is the most famous philosopher born near...
Where Did They Come From?$4.50
Where did corporations come from and how did they get the same legal rights as individuals? This pamphlet attempts to answer these questions in a manner that will not cause the reader too much...
Work, Energy, Commoning & Beer$4.50
This is a journey from pre-enclosure herbal brews made by ale-wives to the domination of hops and large breweries. But don't despair, this is a return trip thanks to the rediscovery of commoning...
The 2008 G8 in Hokkaido—A Strategic Assessment$4.50
When Bristol Radical History Group staged a series of events called "Down With The Fences! The Struggle For The Global Commons" in May 2008, a group leading academics found themselves together in...
In Clenched Fists Empty Pockets six working-class activists from Sweden discuss their experiences with class and middle-class hegemony in a variety of left-wing scenes and organizations. In...
A New Beginning$8.00
"Seventy years after the death of Kropotkin, the massacre of the Kronstadt Commune and the rout of Makhno, the Party which outlawed anarchism in Russia has itself become a banned organization. But...