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Gustav Landauer Monument in Munich to be Reerected


A monument to the German philosopher and anarchist Gustav Landauer, unveiled by anarchosyndicalists in 1925 and destroyed by the Nazis eight years later, is to be restored in Munich.
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Zapatistas vs. Shining Path


A review of The Communist Necessity by J. Moufawad-Paul.
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Middle-Class Workers?


A review of The Worker Elite: Notes on the "Labor Aristocracy".
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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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Anarchism in Aotearoa/New Zealand


An interview with Sam Buchanan.
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Anarchism in Russia


An interview with Mikhail Tsovma.
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Anarchism in Africa


An interview with Michael Schmidt and Lucien van der Walt.
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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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