In Its Own Words$2.50
This pamphlet contains a myriad of insane, grotesque, frightening, and occasionally unintentionally funny quotations from the authoritarian religious nuts who want to run your life. Pat Robertson,...
Argentina's Popular Rebellion—An Eyewitness Account of the Financial Meltdown and Ongoing Grassroots Rebellion$6.00
A fast-paced, information account (with lots of photos!), of the Tin Pot Insurrection, and the rise of the Neighborhoods, and Piqueteros. John Jordan was one of the founders of the UK's 'Reclaim...
First published in 1884, this is polemical debate with a probably sympathetic readership.
An Investigation into Fascist Ecology$4.00
"Did the fall of the Fuhrer Adolf Hitler and his Third Reich set back the cause of environmentalism by a hundred years? Does healing Mother Earth of man's crude ravages require the world rule of...
This important pamphlet looks closely at the fundamental conflicts between anarchism and primitivism. It traces primitivism's basic precepts back to their authoritarian roots, reveals primitivist...
An Anarchist View$3.00
Instead of engaging in the usual moralistic leftist critique of capitalism, this pamphlet tackles the subject head on, on its own turf - economics - and demolishes the common belief that...
The Debate on the Platform$7.00
The venerable Russian anarcho-syndicalists great paper on anarchism's past, present and future, together with a collection of writings around the debate over the 'Organisational Platform' by...
A Fictional Account$1.00
A great 'fiction', on the 'failed' United Anti-Fascist Liberation Front, that helped spark revolutions across the globe in the early part of the 21st century, told from the grizzled memories of one...
This document was first pubilshed in Mexico by the founding organization of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN). It outlines the politics and organization of the FLN as it then existed...
The Misrepresentation Of Portuguese Anarchism$3.00
Portuguese anarchism has been overshadowed by the events in neighboring Spain - and often deliberately ignored by statist partisans of communism and liberalism. But, for all that, Portugal has a...