Italian-American Anarchist Responses to Czolgosz's Killing of McKinley$3.00
Mainly written around 1901, and centering on the case of Ciancabilla, one of many anarchist editors and militants who was promptly attacked by the state following the assasination. A fascinating...
This essay, from the English journal Aufheben, is a well-researched and excellent analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Starting at the turn of the century and continuing until the present...
Communiqués of the George Jackson Brigade$5.00
A collection of communiques that announced, and explained, the various actions of the George Jackson Brigade.
Three Interviews With Britain's Animal Liberation Front Press Officers$3.60
Lengthy interviews with Ronnie Lee (founder of the ALF), Robin Lane and Robin Webb, range over direct action, tactics, strategy, the press, history, prison, interrogation, relationships with other...
Originally published in 1944 by the British group Anarchy, under the title 'Italy After Mussolini' , this is a brief, but gripping account of the fall of Mussolini, and role played by ordinary...
Hook Or Crook$7.00
9 essays from the Death Row revolutionary New Afrikan Prisoner Of War, including 'Castles In The Air: False Escape Of The Colonialist Settler State' and 'Warning To All Uncle Toms'
A Cartoon Book Of Tree Protesting$4.50
A brilliant, illustrated, and eminently practical guide to saving the trees, and all that might entail (like climbing them, and staying up them, publicizing your event, squatting, building a...
Mexico and the Zapatista Rebellion$5.00
An excellent in-depth analysis of the Zapatista rebellion and movement, from the English ultra-left journal Aufheben. It provides a good overview of class warfare in Mexico, and specifically delves...
A new collection of writings from the anarchist prisoners Rob "Los Ricos" Thaxton and Jeffrey "Free" Luers - on struggle, strategy, and fighting to win. All monies benefit their defence campaigns.
A Biography of Doctor John Creaghe of Sheffield & Buenos Aires$3.50
John (Juan) Creaghe (1841-1920) turned his back on the chance of a prosperous medical career to live among the workers. He spent an extraordinary lifetime struggling for anarchism: fighting...