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  1. Luigi Galleani

    Luigi Galleani

    The Most Dangerous Anarchist in America

    Antonio Senta

    $18.00 $13.50

    A tireless thinker, agitator, and public speaker who attracted large numbers of workers to the revolutionary cause in Italy and the United States.

  2. Great Anarchists 3

    Great Anarchists 3

    Michael Bakunin

    Ruth Kinna


    These short introductions delve into the anarchist canon to recover some of the distinctive ideas that historical anarchists advanced to address problems relevant to their circumstances.

  3. Animal Squat

    Animal Squat

    The Adventures of the Wild Things



    Animal Squat by Double Why is the Italian artist’s debut children’s book.This story gives young and old people alike a valuable alternative perspective on the important...

  4. Our Masters are Helpless

    Our Masters are Helpless

    The Essays of George Barrett

    George Barrett


    Engineer George Barrett was one of the anarchists’ key organizers through the period of the Great Unrest of 1910-14, a syndicalist-led uprising which shook Britain just before the first world war...

  5. Anarchism, Anarchist Communism, and the State

    Anarchism, Anarchist Communism, and the State

    Three Essays

    Peter Kropotkin


    Kropotkin's many insights are distilled into three brief but brilliant pieces.

  6. The Russian Anarchist Movement in North America

    The Russian Anarchist Movement in North America

    Lazar Lipotkin


    Lazar Lipotkin, a long time activist of the movement, describes its rise and fall, and long afterlife, in this comprehensive account, which situates Russian-American anarchism in its rightful...

  7. The World in A City

    The World in A City

    Multiethnic Radicalism In Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles

    David M. Struthers


    David M. Struthers draws on the anarchist concept of affinity to explore the radicalism of Los Angeles's interracial working class from 1900 to 1930.

  8. Freedom in Solidarity

    Freedom in Solidarity

    My Experiences in the May 1968 Uprising

    Kadour Naïmi


    Naïmi's account of May ’68 is a memoir like no other. Spirited and inspiring, it manages to transmit important historical lessons amid stories of sex, student life, and street-fighting.

  9. The Slow Burning Fuse

    The Slow Burning Fuse

    Secret History of the British Anarchists

    John Quail


    The British anarchist movement, while borrowing from Europe, was self-actuated and independent, with a vibrant tale all its own. John Quail, in this first major work, shows a history largely...

  10. We Are Anarchists

    We Are Anarchists

    Essays on Anarchism, Pacifism, and the Indian Independence Movement, 1923–1953

    M.P.T. Acharya


    The first collection of essays by India’s anticolonial anarchist revolutionary, M.P.T. Acharya (1887–1954), including critical reflections on Gandhian nonviolence.

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