Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology
by David Graeber
Publisher: Prickly Paradigm Press 2004
Number of pages: 118
Anarchists repeatedly appeal to anthropologists for ideas about how society might be reorganized on a more egalitarian, less alienating basis. This pamphlet explores some implications of linking anthropology to anarchism.
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by Petr Kropotkin
Kropotkin points out the flaws inherent in feudalism and capitalism, and how our current economic system creates poverty even though there are enough resources for everybody, and outlines a better system based on people working together as a society.
by Jonathan Purkis, James Bowen (eds.) - Manchester University Press
The authors raise challenging questions about the complex nature of power and resistance to it. The areas covered include: sexuality and identity; psychological dependency on technology; libertarian education; religion and spirituality; etc.
- CrimethInc. Ex-Workers' Collective
This is a handbook for direct action. Any action that side-steps regulations, representatives, and authorities to accomplish goals is direct action. This book is for anyone who wants to take control of her life and accept responsibility for her part.
by Paul Eltzbacher - Project Gutenberg
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