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New releases from Zabalaza Books - November 2010

category international | miscellaneous | news report author Donnerstag November 04, 2010 19:58author by Griffin - Zabalaza Books [ZACF] Report this post to the editors

New additions to the Zabalaza Books site as of November 2010
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Organisation Section:

  • Back to the Roots: Anarchists as Revolutionary Organisers by Ian Martin

  • From Reform to Revolution by Ian Martin

  • The Intersections of Anarchism and Community Organising by Dave

  • Active Revolution by James Mumm

  • An Anarchist Reader - for Effective Organising (a compilation of the above texts)

  • Organised Anarchism in the Anti-Capitalist Struggle: Why We Need Organisation - and Principles to Follow by members of Common Cause Ottawa

Analysis and Critiques Section:

  • Anarchism vs. Primitivism by Brian Oliver Sheppard

Anarchism and Religion

  • 20 Reasons to Abandon Christianity by Chaz Bufe

Posters Section:

  • Anarchism as Direct Democracy

  • “Feminists Long for Men to Heal…” by Starhawk

Leaflets Section:

  • Anarchism and Communism by Luigi Fabbri

  • Call for An Anarchist Manifesto about Palestine and A Syrian Anarchist Speaks

  • Are You An Anarchist? - the answer may surprise you! (leaflet redone)

  • Why Women Should Join Political Organisations by Dolores

  • The Hidden Struggle Behind the World Cup by the Workers Solidarity Movement

  • The Political Organisation and the Mass Organisation by Keir Snow

  • Introduction to Anarchist-Communism by the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement


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