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S. Brian Willson's Blood on the Tracks "...should be widely read." —History News Network


"...He continues his work as a peace activist and has decided to opt out of what he calls the “American Way of Life,” focusing instead on living a simple, ecologically sustainable life in rural Massachusetts. Like other anarchist thinkers, Willson believes in decentralized systems of power and self-reliant communities functioning at one with nature, which he believes hold the key to human sustainability and progress over the long-term.

Willson’s journey from conservative Goldwater supporter to radical peace activist and environmentalist is incredibly inspiring and his memoir should be widely read. Over the past five decades he has encountered the range of human experience, including the barbarism of modern war, the arrogance of power, the banality of evil, as well as the courage of peace activists and dissenters and dignity of those struggling to survive against the odds. He himself appears to carry the weight of the American Century, with all its violence and destructiveness, on his back, and which has taken a profound psychological and physical toll on him.

Nevertheless, Willson has emerged strong and defiant and with a vision for the future. He is a wise and courageous man, and from him we have much to learn."—Jeremy Kuzmarov, History News Network

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Staughton Lynd's Accompanying: Pathways to Social Change in Anthropology Now


“As an academic discipline that draws its force from work in the field, anthropology has a long and complex relationship with movements for social change such as anti- colonial and land claim movements as well as agrarian insurgencies. Some anthropolo- gists use ethnography to voice concerns and draw attention to rural and urban struggles at the local and global scale. Although they well may be committed to the support of, and solidarity with, social movements, more often than not their position is that of the “expert”—positioned outside. Researchers enter a location for an extended period of time but ultimately they return “home.” Home is, again, on the outside. That said, there are many intellectuals and researchers who are creating projects that challenge this position of outside expert; they attempt to produce research practices that involve working closely with the community, which in turn helps to set the direction, scope and goals of the research. There is much to learn from this approach to research practice and collaboration. And to learn, intellectuals are beginning to listen to voices rising from within social movements themselves.

One such voice—actually a pair of voices—is that of Staughton and Alice Lynd."—Chris Kortright, Anthropology Now

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Turbulence Collective's What Would It Mean to Win? on Free City Radio


"How can our campaigning both address concrete realities, while also expressing an inspiring ideas and questions that travel way beyond the constricting discourse of spiritually dead politicians that cynically preach ‘reasonable' frameworks, that in reality are shaped by colonial, capitalist violence. Let’s stop being ‘reasonable' to systems that literally refuses to acknowledge our full humanity, or respect the sanctity of Mother Earth.

These questions are visited further, asserted beautifully within an essay included in What Would It Mean To Win? a collection of texts via the Turbulence collective, published by PM Press."—Free City Radio

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The Debt Resisters' Operations Manual (e-Book)
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The Debt Resisters' Operations Manual (e-Book)
The Debt Resisters' Operations Manual is a handbook for debtors everywhere to understand how this system really works, while providing practical tools for fighting debt in its most exploitative forms.
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World War 3 Illustrated: 1979–2014 (e-Book)
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World War 3 Illustrated: 1979–2014 (e-Book)
Founded in 1979, World War 3 Illustrated is a labor of love run by a collective of artists and activists working with the unified goal of creating a home for political comics, graphics, and stirring personal stories.
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New Forms of Worker Organization: The Syndicalist and Autonomist Restoration of Class Struggle Unionism (e-Book)
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New Forms of Worker Organization: The Syndicalist and Autonomist Restoration of Class Struggle Unionism (e-Book)
This book documents workers' struggles within an international scope, examining radical unions in the Global South and North. The tangible evidence marshaled here serves as a handbook for understanding the obstacles and opportunities for workers challengi
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The System (e-Book)
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The System (e-Book)
A sleazy stockbroker is lining his pockets. A corrupt cop is shaking down dealers. A mercenary bomber is setting the timer. A serial killer is stalking strippers. A political scandal is about to explode. The planet is burning. And nobody’s talking.
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Strike!: Revised and Expanded (e-Book)
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Strike!: Revised and Expanded (e-Book)
This expanded edition brings the story up to date the original with new chapters covering the 40 years since the original presenting mini-revolts from the Battle of Seattle to Occupy Wall Street and beyond.
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Getting Up for the People: The Visual Revolution of ASAR-Oaxaca (e-Book)
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Getting Up for the People: The Visual Revolution of ASAR-Oaxaca (e-Book)
In full color Getting Up for the People presents the work of ASARO covering global themes of corporate greed, genetically modified organisms, violence against women, and abuses of natural resources.
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Futures (e-Book)
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Futures (e-Book)
Three worlds collide in Thatcher's Britain.
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The Cost of Lunch, Etc. (e-Book)
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The Cost of Lunch, Etc. (e-Book)
Marge Piercy's debut collection of short stories spans decades of her writing and brings us glimpses into the lives of everyday women moving through and making sense of their daily internal and external worlds.
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“Venceremos”: Víctor Jara and the New Chilean Song Movement (e-Book)
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“Venceremos”: Víctor Jara and the New Chilean Song Movement (e-Book)
Featuring interviews from key figures and lyrical analysis, “Venceremos“ gives insight into how the New Chilean Song Movement’s revolutionary anthems came to be.
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The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980–1984 (e-Book)
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The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980–1984 (e-Book)
With a backdrop of Thatcher’s Britain, punk music became self-sufficient and considerably more aggressive, blending a DIY ethos with activism to create the perfectly bleak soundtrack to the zeitgeist of a discontented British youth.
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