Anarchy #39

A Journal of Desire Armed

Winter 1994     84p     8.25 x 10.5

Articles include Yeltsin’s Coup: Obviously a provocation by the government by Mikhail Tsovma; Blood Monday:Yeltsin’s excuse for repression by Laure Akai; an interview with polish syndicalists; an update about Kenyan anarchists facing repression; an report back from anti-Klan anti-police murder rally put on by anarchists in Chattanooga, Tennessee; Electronic Access to Radical Media: independent electronic text archiving creates free access to radical literatureSupurious Opposition, chapter 18 of Raoul Vaneigem’s The Revolution of Everyday LifeRioting and Looting As a Modern-Day Form of Potlatch by Neal Keating;  From Munis to Meese: Left Communism or State Department Surrealism by Keith Sorel; Time and Its Discontents by John Zerzan; A Game for the Nineties: ASE by Neal Keating; In the Aftermath of the Spanish Civil War: Adios, Catalonia Part II by Manolo Gonzalez; Worse and Worse by John Zerzan; and When Nationalist Frenzy Strikes by Michael Williams.

There are 10 book reviews, descriptions of 77 other anarchist publications, and, of course, letters to the editor.



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