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Panthers in Sweden II

An article about Pantrarna, a grassroots organization from Gothenburg, Sweden.
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Arnold's Nightmare: The Curious Success of the Communist Party in Graz, Austria

Schwarzenegger must be appalled by the Styrian capital and Austria’s second-biggest city, Graz, being the site of one of Europe’s most intriguing electoral phenomena of recent years: the local chapter of the Austrian Communist Party, KPÖ (Kommunistische Partei Österreichs), has emerged as the city’s second-strongest party, earning 20 percent of the popular vote.
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Panthers in Sweden

Meet Pantrarna, a social justice organization from Gothenburg, Sweden, modeled after the Black Panther Party.
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Mühsam Goes Punk

The legendary German punk band Slime releases its first album in eighteen years—with lyrics by Erich Mühsam...
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Interview with scott crow

An interview with scott crow on his book Black Flags and Windmills, the Common Ground Relief project, and grassroots organizing.
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How Do We Get Our Bread?

A review of Deric Shannon, Anthony J. Nocella II, and John Asimakopoulos, eds., The Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics.
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From Erich Mühsam to Stir Magazine

On the first complete edition of Erich Mühsam's diaries, the new online magazine Stir, and the future of radical publishing.
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David Gilbert and the Weather Underground: A European Perspective

A review of Love and Struggle: My Life in SDS, the Weather Underground, and Beyond.
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The Meaning of Anarchism: Black Flame, Definitions, and Struggles over Identity

Michael Schmidt and Lucien van der Walt’s book Black Flame: The Revolutionary Class Politics of Anarchism and Syndicalism published by AK Press in 2009 has caused considerable debate within the anarchist movement. While the debate itself is refreshing, it might not always be conducted in the most productive of ways.
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The Anarchist Hypothesis, or Badiou, ˇi˛ek, and the Anti-Anarchist Prejudice

This essay was written in the summer of 2011 after Slavoj ˇi˛ek sported a Lenin T-shirt during his talk with Amy Goodman and Julian Assange in London. The talk was held on July 2, 2011, and hosted by the Frontline Club.
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