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Reform

The Illusion of Choice

by Lorsen (Common Struggle - New York Metro)

The 2012 presidential election is fast approaching and Americans will participate in this ritual of voting for a member of the Democratic Party or Republican Party. This is almost the same as deciding to have Coca-Cola or Pepsi. Democrats and Republicans are constantly arguing and promoting their liberal and conservative views (just different sides of the same corrupt coin). This is merely a show this two party system is owed by the same corporatist elites and funded by the same internationally bankers. They may have different tone, but over all they are both practically the same one comes in a blue can and the other one in a red can, but when those cans are open they both contain the same substance.

Forum on new anarchist book by Wayne Price in NYC

November 23rd, Tuesday at Bluestockings. at 7 pm.
Presentation on new book by Wayne Price, Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?

How can anarchists with a working class approach also support nonclass struggles (over race, nationality, gender, GLBT orientation, ecological issues, etc.)

How can anarchists build a revolutionary organization without creating a vanguard party?

How can anarchists urge the oppressed to "take power" while
consistently opposing all states?

New Book: Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?

Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?

by Wayne Price


From the Forward by Andrew Flood (Workers Solidarity Movement--Ireland):

"This collection of essays by Wayne Price…will hopefully play a significant part in helping us build the movement we need…..This volume represents a good foundation to this process. It revisits many of the essential basic questions and lays down a coherent position in regard to them. Wayne's insights are important to us because they are based not just on a theoretical study of revolution but on five decades of practical experience in the North American left and the anarchist movement"

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