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New additions to the Zabalaza Books site as of 29 November 2009

category international | anarchist movement | press release author Monday November 30, 2009 15:15author by Griffin - ZACFauthor email zacf at zabalaza dot net Report this post to the editors

The Zabalaza Books site has just been updated with 8 new pamphlets, 6
new leaflets and 2 new posters.

Various Section:

* Do Anarchists Reject “Class Conflict” & “Collective Struggle”?: An Anarchist FAQ

* Insurrection and Organisation (print cover on red board/paper)

* Refusing to Wait: Anarchism & Intersectionality by Deric Shannon & J. Roguev * Tangled Threads of Revolution: Reflections on the FdCA’s “Anarchist Communists: a Question of Class” by the ZACF

* Thoughts about Community Support around Intimate Violence

Anarchist Economics Section:

* What is Communism?: A Libertarian Communist Future by Jacobian

* What is Communism?: An Anarchist Analysis of the History & Meaning of Communism by Paul Bowman

Anarchists of the Past and their Ideas Section:

* Malatesta’s Anarchist Vision of Life After Capitalism by Wayne Price

Posters Section:

* Another Capitalist Pyramid

* Capitalism Breaks my Heart: Stop Evictions!

Leaflets Section:

* Anarchism, Sex and Freedom: The Fight against Capitalism, Patriarchy and Repressive Religious Morality

* Legacy of Struggle: Re-examining the “Survival Programs” of the Black Panther Party

* Anarchist Communism by Johann Most

* On Anarchist Debate

* The Problems Posed by the Concrete Class Struggle and Popular Organisation: Reflections from an Anarchist Communist Perspective by José Antonio Gutiérrez

* Strengthening Anarchism’s Gender Analysis: Lessons From The Transfeminist Movement

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