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  1. Assault on the Impossible

    Assault on the Impossible

    Dutch Collective Imagination in the Sixties and Seventies

    Marjolijn van Riemsdijk


    Assault on the Impossible is the second Autonomedia title to concentrate on the Provo period in the Netherlands. The Provo movement is unique in the modern era for having radically reshaped...

  2. Squatting in Europe

    Squatting in Europe

    Radical Spaces, Urban Struggles

    Squatting in Europe Kollective


    Squatting offers a radical but simple solution to the crises of housing, homelessness, and the lack of social space that mark contemporary society: occupying empty buildings and rebuilding lives...

  3. Against the Nation

    Against the Nation

    Anti-National Politics in Germany

    Robert Ogman


    Following the German reunification process in the 1990s, a new anti-national movement appeared in Germany that rejected all forms of nationalism, including the desirability of national communities...

  4. The Bolsheviks and Workers' Control

    The Bolsheviks and Workers' Control


    Maurice Brinton


    This book seeks to contribute new factual materials to the current discussion of workers' control, and it attempts a new kind of analysis of the fate of the Russian Revolution. The two, as you...

  5. Siberian Makhnovshchina

    Siberian Makhnovshchina

    Igor Podshivalov


    The Russian Civil War (1918–1924) in Asiatic Russia was like the American Wild West as one regime after another tried to establish its rule over the freedom-loving peasants and miners of the West...

  6. The Ukrainian Revolution

    The Ukrainian Revolution

    Nestor Makhno


    The peasant anarchist Nestor Makhno (1888–1934) was a key figure of the Russian Civil War (1918–1921). Driven into exile at the end of the war, he produced several volumes of memoirs. Each of these...

  7. Expect Anything, Fear Nothing

    Expect Anything, Fear Nothing

    The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere

    Jakob Jakobsen


    The first English publication to focus on Scandinavian Situationists and their role in the Situationist International's attempt to revolutionize the world through rejecting bourgeois art and...

  8. The Bristol Manifesto

    The Bristol Manifesto

    The 2008 G8 in Hokkaido—A Strategic Assessment

    Emergency Exit Collective


    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...

  9. Anarchy in the USSR

    Anarchy in the USSR

    A New Beginning

    Philip Ruff


    "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...

  10. A Grand Cause

    A Grand Cause

    The Hunger Strike and the Deportation of Anarchists from Soviet Russia

    GP Maximoff


    Grigorii Petrovich Maksimov (better known to western readers as G. P. Maximoff) was Secretary of Russia s Anarcho-Syndicalist Confederation and editor of Golos Truda (The Voice of Labour)....

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