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Anarcho Syndicalism

Author : Rudolf Rocker
ISBN : 1902593928
Genre : Philosophy
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The greatest introduction to Anarchism and anarchist practice ever penned, by one of its' leading theoreticians.
Category: Philosophy

Anarcho Syndicalism Theory Practice

Author : Rudolf Rocker
ISBN : 0879680385
Genre : Anarchism
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Rudolf Rockers classic survey of anarcho-syndicalism was written during the Spanish Civil War to explain to the wider reading public the ideology which inspired the social revolution in Spain. It remains unsurpassed as a general introduction to anarchist thought and an authoritative account of the early history of international anarchism by one of the movements leading figures.
Category: Anarchism

Anarchism

Author : Daniel Guerin
ISBN : 9780853451754
Genre : Political Science
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Working Classics

Author : Peter Oresick
ISBN : 0252061330
Genre : Poetry
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A diverse collection of 169 poems by 74 poets writing about blue- collar America at work. Arrangement is by author, with indexing that gives access by subjects such as accidents, after work, bosses, various industries, retirement, sabotage, pride in work. The theme of work is a central and evocative one, and this collection brings its importance home. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Category: Poetry

Anarchism And Anarcho Syndicalism

Author : Rudolf Rocker
ISBN : 1904491227
Genre : Political Science
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A new edition of this classic with extensive notes. Rudolph Rocker remains one of the most important figures in the history of anarchism, from his key role organizing against sweatshop labor in London in the 1900s to being the moving spirit behind the founding of the largest ever anarchist international--the IWMA IN 1921. In his later years he tried to chronicle the rise and fall of mass, organised anarchism in Europe. Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism is Rocker's abridged version of his major work Anarcho-Syndicalism and helps to explain where organised anarchism came from. This book's lessons are a must for anyone interested in where it's going.
Category: Political Science

The Intellectual Life Of The British Working Classes

Author : Jonathan Rose
ISBN : 9780300148350
Genre : History
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Which books did the British working classes read--and how did they read them? How did they respond to canonical authors, penny dreadfuls, classical music, school stories, Shakespeare, Marx, Hollywood movies, imperialist propaganda, the Bible, the BBC, the Bloomsbury Group? What was the quality of their classroom education? How did they educate themselves? What was their level of cultural literacy: how much did they know about politics, science, history, philosophy, poetry, and sexuality? Who were the proletarian intellectuals, and why did they pursue the life of the mind? These intriguing questions, which until recently historians considered unanswerable, are addressed in this book. Using innovative research techniques and a vast range of unexpected sources, The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes tracks the rise and decline of the British autodidact from the pre-industrial era to the twentieth century. It offers a new method for cultural historians--an "audience history" that recovers the responses of readers, students, theatergoers, filmgoers, and radio listeners. Jonathan Rose provides an intellectual history of people who were not expected to think for themselves, told from their perspective. He draws on workers’ memoirs, oral history, social surveys, opinion polls, school records, library registers, and newspapers. Through its novel and challenging approach to literary history, the book gains access to politics, ideology, popular culture, and social relationships across two centuries of British working-class experience.
Category: History

Post Scarcity Anarchism

Author : Murray Bookchin
ISBN : 1904859062
Genre : History
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From the 'Working Classics Series ' comes this modern anarchist classic, bringing an inspiring vision of how a non-hierarchical, ecologically minded and non-capitalist society can equitably meet human needs. Bookchin argues that material scarcity need no longer plague human history. Through the dissolution of hierarchical relations, social and cultural potentials can now be fulfilled in our 'post-scarcity' era.
Category: History

Chomsky On Anarchism

Author : Barry Pateman
ISBN : 9781458787439
Genre : Anarchism
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We all know what Noam Chomsky is against. His scathing analysis of everything that's wrong with our society reaches more and more people every day. His brilliant critiques of - among other things - capitalism, imperialism, domestic repression, and government propaganda, have become mini-publishing industries unto themselves. But, in this flood of publishing and republishing, very little ever gets said about what exactly Chomsky stands for, his own personal politics, his vision of the future. Not, that is, until Chomsky on Anarchism, a groundbreaking new book that shows a different side of this best-selling author; the anarchist principles that have guided him since he was a teenager. This collection of Chomsky's essays and interviews includes numerous pieces that have never been published before, as well as rare material that first saw the light of day in hard-to-find pamphlets and anarchist periodicals. Taken together, they paint a fresh picture of Chomsky, showing his life-long involvement with the anarchist community, his constant commitment to nonhierarchical models of political organization, and his hopes for a future world without rulers. For anyone who's been touched by Chomsky's trenchant analysis of our current situation, as well as anyone looking for an intelligent and coherent discussion of anarchism itself, Chomsky on Anarchism will be one of this season's most exciting, and surprising, reads.
Category: Anarchism

The Conquest Of Bread

Author : Peter Kropotkin
ISBN : 9780486311180
Genre : Political Science
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Written by a Russian prince who renounced his title, this work promotes an anarchist market economy — a system of autonomous cooperative collectives. A century after its initial publication, it remains fresh and relevant.
Category: Political Science

No Gods No Masters

Author : Daniel Gu�rin
ISBN : 1904859259
Genre : Political Science
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Guerin's classic anthology of anarchism translated and reprinted, available for the first time in a single volume.
Category: Political Science