An Anarchist Primer : The ABC’s of Anarchism

"Anarchism is founded on the observation that since few men are wise enough to rule themselves, even fewer are wise enough to rule others."
Edward Abbey (1927 - 1989). U.S. radical environmentalist


Reference Works: Anthologies & General Bibliographies

Repression: Political coercion and social stereotypes


Zerzan, John. "Anarchy after September 11"

"For those in the U.S. on the threshold of adult life, suicide is the third leading cause of death. For every two murders there are three (...)

WARD, Colin. Anarchism. A Very Short Introduction

Oxford University Press, October 2004. 141 pages. Paperback ISBN: 0-19-280477-4 Book Description What do anarchists want? Can anarchy ever (...)

CHOMSKY, Noam. Notes on Anarchism

Grand Rapids, MI : Discussion Bulletin, 1994 (1973). 22 p. "’Notes on anarchism’ is taken directly from For Reasons of State, a collection of Noam (...)

CHOMSKY, Noam. Chomsky on Anarchism

Selected and edited by Barry Pateman. Edinburgh, Oakland and West Virginia: AK Press, 2005. 241 p. ISBN 1-904859-20-8. "Chomsky is regularly (...)

KINNA, Ruth. Anarchism : a Beginner’s Guide

Oxford : Oneworld, 2005. 192 pages. ISBN-13 : 9781851683703 The rise of the worldwide anti-globalization movement has led to a renewed (...)

SUNFROG: This is what Anarchy Looks Like

originally in print in: Fifth Estate #364, Spring, 2004

Milstein, Cindy.- Anarchism and its Aspirations

AK Press, 2010. ISBN: 9781849350013 pb From nineteenth-century newspaper publishers to the participants in the "Battle of Seattle" and the (...)

HODGKINSON, Tom. "Anarchy in the UK"

Ecologist (Sep 2007) Vol. 37 Issue 7, p. 66. Editorial The author comments on the planet-friendly approach to life called anarchy. The media (...)

GOODMAN, Paul: The Black Flag of Anarchism

From The New York Times Magazine, July 14, 1968. Reprinted in Anarchism, ed. Robert Hoffman, 1970.