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ziq OP wrote

something I noticed is everything in the communist section is completely antiquated. isn't there anything newish about anarcho-communism being written? it's like it just completely stopped being relevant in the early 20th century

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ziq OP wrote

It's surreal that the only way it seems for ancom to be relevant again is to fuse it with egoism (which predates ancom)

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CaptainACAB wrote

Even more surreal when you account for the fact that it was already done by Goldman and no one ever really touched on it again until post-leftism was a thing.

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cicada wrote

agreed. i think you said it all with “antiquated.”

i’m sure there’s something they could write but it seems they limit their thoughts to Twitter and Reddit

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gone_to_croatan wrote

Maybe Add black anarchism and Decolonization topics somewhere

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ziq OP wrote

Suggestions for additions to the following section?

BEING AN ANARCHIST

General:

"Are You An Anarchist? The Answer May Surprise You!", David Graeber

"Living My Life", Emma Goldman

"Walden: Life in the Woods", Henry David Thoreau (A reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings. Part personal declaration of independence, social experiment, voyage of spiritual discovery, satire, and manual for self-reliance)

"Anarchist Individualism as a Life and Activity", Emile Armand

"My Anarchist Life", Christopher Scott Thompson

"Repress This! Ways to be your own Anti-Repression Committee" (Provides basic actions and precautions for engaging in anti-repression work)

"Anarchism: From Theory to Practice", Daniel Guerin

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fortifiedmischief wrote

How bout Lucy Parsons? There's so much. I'm scanning for a favourite now.

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fortifiedmischief wrote

how about an anti-war section 8)
I just fixed up a good piece by Nicolas Walter and I'm on the look out for more stuff to clean up (style-editing) and make more printable/readable.

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zoom_zip wrote

perhaps

b traven - the death ship

for anarchist literature?

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