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David WATSON: Detroit Incinerator Closes—Eco-Apocalypse Continues

Source: Deceleration.news, accessed March 1, 2020 at https://deceleration.news/2019/09/28/detroit-incinerator-closes-eco-apocalypse-continues/ A (...)

LIBERTARIAN LEAGUE: Views & Comments #30

Views and Comments Published by the Libertarian league August, 1958, No. 30

LIBERTARIAN LEAGUE: Views & Comments #29

Views and Comments Published by the Libertarian league July 1958, No. 29

LIBERTARIAN LEAGUE: Views & Comments #28

Views and Comments Published by the Libertarian league May 1958, No. 28

LIBERTARIAN LEAGUE: Views & Comments #27

Views and Comments Published by the Libertarian league March 1958, No. 27

RUHE: How Immigrants Changed Anarchism in America

Originally appeared in Fifth Estate #395, Winter 2016, page 43

Books To Prisoners Project

from Alternative Press Review, Spring-Summer 1994, vol. 1, no. 3, page 17

ELLINGTON, Dick: The Making of A Radical

Autobiographical memoir; copied from Industrial Worker, November 1991

McQUINN, Jason: The Left Bank Collective

Part 1: Alternative books and zines in Seattle, Alternative Press Review, Spring/Summer 1994; Part 2: Alternative books and zines in Seattle, (...)

McKINLEY, Blaine. "Anarchist Jeremiads : American Anarchists and American History

Journal of Culture 6 (Summer 1983) 2 : 75-84. How 19th century American anarchists interpreted US history

CANNISTRARO, Philip V. and Gerald MEYER, eds., The Lost World of Italian-American Radicalism: Politics, Labor, and Culture

Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2003), 346 pages. ISBN: 0-27597-892-3 ISBN-13: 978-0-27597-892-1. The entire range of radical thought and (...)

Anarchist History.- Philadelphia

N.B.- These pictures were made possible thanks to the wonderful assistance of Robert P. Helms, who among many things is the author of the (...)