"The First World War was a painful ordeal for anarchists and revolutionary syndicalists. Preventing its onset, as they had planned, proved beyond their means. The anarchist movement was too weak,...
A William Godwin Reader$17.95
William Godwin (1756–1836) was one of the first exponents of utilitarianism and the first modern proponent of anarchism. He was not only a radical philosopher but a pioneer in...
Between Peasants, first published in Italian (1884), is Errico Malatesta's most widely read pamphlet and it is easy to understood why this piece is so well-received. Between...
One of the most vital, engaging, relevant and informative anarchist magazines today. The essays and articles pertain more than most, both theoretically, and practically, not just to 'everyday'...
23 Theses on Anarchism$3.00
This snappy essay maps out where anarchism is at as a movement in Europe and North America, examining both its strengths and weaknesses.
Italian Anarchists in Canada and the U.S., 1915–1940$27.95
Italian anarchism emerged in the latter half of the nineteenth century during that country’s long and bloody unification. Often facing economic hardship and political persecution, many of...
An Anarchist View of Early State Formation$16.00
We need to stop thinking of the State as a potential vehicle for emancipation. From its origins, the State has never been anything other than a tool to accumulate power.
Activist, economist, geographer, evolutionary theorist, and philosopher Peter Kropotkin remains one of the most important and progressive anarchist theorists, pushing anarchist thought beyond...
Toward Spatial Emancipation$27.00
The Anarchist Roots of Geography sets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily...
In 1892, Alexander Berkman tried to assassinate Henry Clay Frick for his role in violently suppressing the Homestead Steel Strike. Berkman was unsuccessful. He spent the next fourteen years in...