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  • The Giants Won and Capitalism Is the Loss
    [This piece was originally published online, with my gratitude, in Fireworks, a Bay Area anarchist news magazine, at http://fireworksbayarea.com/featured/the-giants-won-and-capitalism-is-the-loss/]
  • When Unicorns Speak
    This piece originally appeared at http://cbmilstein.wordpress.com/2014/10/08/when-unicorns-speak/ on my blog, Outside the Circle, where you can sign up to receive notices when I post new writing. As always, enjoy, share, reprint, post, tweet . . ....
  • The Six Dumbest Decisions of My Life
    I’m talking here about seriously dumb decisions, not those minor regrets like that time in 1970 when Esquire magazine assigned me to fly to New Mexico where director Monte Hellman was filming Two-Lane Blacktop, about street-racing.
  • U2’s The Miracle (of Joey Ramone): Homage or Requiem?
    In this feature Randal Doane argues that U2′s latest single, The Miracle (of Joey Ramone), ostensibly an homage to punk, fails in one respect: “it’s too damn long.” He also has a few words to say about the band...
  • Just Another Day in SF's Mission
    This post originally appeared on my blog, Outside the Circle, at cbmilstein.wordpress.com, where you can sign to receive notification of my future writings.
  • Fight for the City: Exploring Our Own Sites of Building
    This piece originally appeared on my blog, at cbmilstein.wordpress.com. If you'd like to join in the conversation I'm suggesting, do so on my blog post and/or in the Facebook post listed within this piece.
  • Grief Can Be Subversive
    This was originally posted on my blog, "Outside the Circle," at cbmilstein.wordpress.com, where you can sign up to receive notifications of future writings.
  • The Untold History of Independence Day
    A video interview and transcript of The Untold History of Independence Day with Jaisal Noor and Peter Linebaugh on The Real News. "July 4 is celebrated here in the U.S. as Independence Day to mark the adoption of the Declaration of Independen...
  • Appalled
    Rampaging across cities
  • Anaheim and the Future of América
    "Anaheim is contrast. Anaheim is conflict. Anaheim is inequality. Anaheim is where the past is fighting with the future to determine the present of us all."With that poetic summary, longtime activist and writer Roberto Lovato kicked of...
  • Unpalatable Celebrations
    This piece originally appeared on my personal blog, Outside the Circle, at cbmilstein.wordpress.com. Head over there to sign up for announcements whenever I post new pieces, and/or feel free to share this one.
  • A Reply to Derek Hall’s Review of Stop, Thief! in Antipode
    I welcome Derek Hall’s review of Stop, Thief! not least because as a professor at a university in Waterloo, Ontario, its author is a neighbor of mine insofar as we share the region of the Great Lakes, the largest bodies of fresh water in ...
  • Danger! Keep Out!
    What happened to an encyclopedia that published an article denouncing Zionism 
  • Barbie's Gay Pride Shocker!
         "Get out! Get out of here and never come back!" shrieked an enraged Barbie, as she hurled a tiny bedroom slipper in my direction. The dainty missile careened off an itty-bitty bust of Ken, then shattered the frame tha...
  • ships and shamans
    An account of a time in South Korea in 2012 that describes a history of exploitation and its representations; the role of artistic events in capitalist restructuring and how they might escape this function; and how the conjunction of 'tradition' a...
  • Amazon Overlord
    "There’s an ongoing dust-up over the selling price of e-books between publishing giant Hachette and retail behemoth Amazon. While Hachette author Stephen Colbert can give Amazon the double finger on his show, the rest of us might not...
  • From the Vault: My Radio Documentary on '73 Chilean Coup Re-Airs
    In 2008, I co-hosted and produced a radio documentary on the September 11th, 1973 coup in Chile that toppled the democratically elected presidency of Salvador Allende. Marking the 35th anniversary, the From The Vault episode featured original cont...
  • Organizing Social Spaces as If Social Relations Matter
    This essay was originally published, as a shorter version, in ROAR Magazine, "an online journal of the radical imagination providing grassroots perspectives from the front-lines of the global struggle for real democracy," at http://ro...
  • Craftsmen of World Revolution
    This is Klaus Viehmann's preface to the upcoming PM Press/Kersplebedeb book Turning Money into Rebellion: The Unlikely Story of Denmark's Revolutionary Bank Robbers.
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