BOOK REVIEW: Anarchist Economics

Anarchist Economics: An Alternative for a World in Crisis:
The Economics of the Spanish Libertarian Collectives 1936-39

by Abraham Guillen (distributed by AK Press)

-reviewed by Subversion

BOOK REVIEW: Cuban Anarchism: The History Of A Movement


Lettre Aux Camarades De Mauvaise Herbe


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BOOK REVIEW: Feminism Is For Everybody

Feminism Is For Everybody
by bell hooks, South End Press, 2000

- reviewed by Stas (Sofia Perovskaia Collective)

bell hooks is one of the most prominent and well respected feminist academics and authors in the United States. She is often the subject of study by college students and academics, as well as a frequent guest on talk shows and other mass media. Her work in feminist theory has been groundbreaking, yet it is often limited to academic, literary, and other elite circles. Feminism Is For Everybody is hooks’ attempt to create a quick, simple primer on feminist history, theory, and politics to the masses who receive a misinformed, misunderstood, and maligned version of feminist movement. To that end, she has written an easy to read, concise book which documents her experiences as a feminist activist and academic.

BOOK REVIEW: Charlotte M. Wilson's Anarchist Essays


Organizing A Mass-Based Community Constituency

Organizing a Mass-Based Community Constituency

by Anarchy Carpet

Let's face it -- revolution and serious social change can only occur with massive popular participation. We can spend our time organizing the organized, individuals who already have a political mindset, or we can widen our scope. According to the mainstream media, anarchists are just a bunch of violence-loving hooligans who roll into town for the big protest and vanish afterwards, making no lasting social change. And we all know "activists" who are just that - going to protests like they were concerts.

Feminist Class Struggle

Feminist Class Struggle

by bell hooks

Class difference and the way in which it divides women was an issue women in the feminist movement talked about long before race. In the mostly white circles of a newly formed women's liberation movement the most glaring separation between women was that of class. White working-class women recognized that class hierarchies were present in the movement. Conflict arose between the reformist vision of women's liberation which basically demanded equal rights for women within the existing class structure, and more radical and/or revolutionary models, which called for a fundamental change in the existing structure so that models of mutuality and equality could replace the old paradigms. However, as the feminist movement progressed and privileged groups of well-educated white women began to achieve equal access to class power with their male counterparts, feminist class struggle

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