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Durruti The People Armed

Author : Abel Paz
ISBN : IND:39000002921042
Genre : Anarchism
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Durruti In The Spanish Revolution

Author : Abel Paz
ISBN : 190485950X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A political biography, history of of a revolutionary era, and nonstop adventure story across three continents.

Work And Madness

Author : Diana S. Ralph
ISBN : 091961907X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Impossible Qu?bec

Author : Pierre Vallières
ISBN : 0919619096
Genre : Political Science
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A strongly felt criticism of the Parti Quebecois proposal for sovereignty association. "A genuine humanist and idealist who tries to awaken the people to a better life."--"Globe and Mail"

The Spanish Republic At War 1936 1939

Author : Helen Graham
ISBN : 052145932X
Genre : History
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A new, comprehensive analysis of the Spanish left during the civil war of 1936–9.

Apples And Oranges

Author : Bruce Lincoln
ISBN : 9780226564104
Genre : Religion
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Comparison is an indispensable intellectual operation that plays a crucial role in the formation of knowledge. Yet comparison often leads us to forego attention to nuance, detail, and context, perhaps leaving us bereft of an ethical obligation to take things correspondingly as they are. Examining the practice of comparison across the study of history, language, religion, and culture, distinguished scholar of religion Bruce Lincoln argues in Apples and Oranges for a comparatism of a more modest sort. Lincoln presents critiques of recent attempts at grand comparison, and enlists numerous theoretical examples of how a more modest, cautious, and discriminating form of comparison might work and what it can accomplish. He does this through studies of shamans, werewolves, human sacrifices, apocalyptic prophecies, sacred kings, and surveys of materials as diverse and wide-ranging as Beowulf, Herodotus’s account of the Scythians, the Native American Ghost Dance, and the Spanish Civil War. Ultimately, Lincoln argues that concentrating one's focus on a relatively small number of items that the researcher can compare closely, offering equal attention to relations of similarity and difference, not only grants dignity to all parties considered, it yields more reliable and more interesting—if less grandiose—results. Giving equal attention to the social, historical, and political contexts and subtexts of religious and literary texts also allows scholars not just to assess their content, but also to understand the forces, problems, and circumstances that motivated and shaped them.

Defending The Earth

Author : Murray Bookchin
ISBN : 0921689888
Genre : Political Science
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Anarchosyndicalism Libertarian Communism And The State

Author : Graham Kelsey
ISBN : 0792302753
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Film And The Anarchist Imagination

Author : Richard Porton
ISBN : 1859842615
Genre : Performing Arts
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From the early cinema of Griffith and René Clair, to the work of Godard, Lina Wertmuller and Ken Loach, this book offers a comprehensive survey of anarchism in film.

The Third Revolution

Author : Murray Bookchin
ISBN : 0826478018
Genre : History
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This major four-volume project, is a comprehensive account of the great revolutions that swept over Europe and America during the past three centuries. Throughout, the emphasis is on the popular movements that propelled the great revolutions to radical peaks, the little-known leaders who spoke for the people, and the liberatory social forse to which the revolutions gave rise. The four volumes of The Third Revolution form a dramatic ensemble that encompasses the hopes and social conflicts of past eras, as well as prospects for the coming century. This final volume focuses on the revolutions that took place in Germany and Spain in the early 1900s.

The Orgasms Of History

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ISBN : 1902593340
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Every now and then, things explode. Riots, uprisings, revolutions, new and bizarre social groups spring up seemingly from nowhere. Our standard histories tend to treat these as oddities, if treated at all, or as misguided responses to hard times, limited by lack of responsible leadership. Here's a People's History to puncture that balloon. From the Cynics & Spartacus through the Levelers, Diggers & Ranters to the Revolution of the Carnation, the San Francisco Diggers, Red Guard of Shenwulian, Brethren of the Free Spirit, Guevara, the Provos & the Metropolitan Indians. Nearly 100 episodes of revolt and utopia which popped up without a plan or a leader from the ancient Greeks to the present. Fremion lives in Paris where he participated in the May '68 orgasm.

The Free

Author : M. Gilliland
ISBN : 9781466409323
Genre : Fiction
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one lonely, abused schoolgirl 'occupies' herself.. and happens to set off an explosive social and economic revolution.. http://thefreeonline.wordpress.com/te... ''It is the most detailed fictional treatment of the movement from a world recognizably like our own to an anarchist society that I have read. More importantly, it is imagined strongly enough to allow readers to believe that events could happen this way''. Dr Daniel P. Jaeckle, author of 'Embodied Anarchy in Ursula K. Le Guin's The Dispossessed' Adventure/Thriller.. Maxie rebels and runs away, with the anarcha-feminists, occupiers and gays.. Set during the collapse of capitalism, amid climate chaos, we live out the social and permaculture revolution, and the dawn of a money-free world Accompany Linda through her hilarious, terrible day, as she:-escapes her useless school and abusive daddy,-changes her name to Maxie and falls in with the anarcha feminists, squatters and gays. The State is going bottoms up, the Climate is going crazy, we're living the collapse of capitalism, blow by blow, with a rainbow.Maxie and her new friends get free of their traumas,and get into dealing subversive death blows, to a skinhead gang,a bankrupt school and the testerical special police. Next thing they flee to Ragwort CoOp Pool,in a big safe occupied working class area. We play the adventure live through their eyes, laughing and lamenting… inventing social revolution.The PIF soldiers eventually arrive, to restore capitalist chaos, Macker and Maxie are missing, the hunt begins, while the spaced out invaders get subverted, corrupted, swallowed and (burp) digested. Our odd family puzzles with the pieces.. finding a fun lifestyle,a coppice farm, and bright ideas for saving The Planet, but keep your hankies ready, folks.. click on your giant wings, for the fantastic FLYING finale! Thanks everyone for your help with this project.. Read or Free Download on the blog click: http://thefreeonline.wordpress.com/also available on Google Books, Scribd, Issuu, Anarchist Library . The printed ‘dead tree’ book is available here: https://www.createspace.com/3702134 costs 10€, or $14. I'm promoting The Free on the Wordpress blog, posting stuff on the themes of the book: feminism, anarchism, social revolution, squatting, permaculture.... it's fun and I enjoy 'gimping images'... by now it has 3,170 'Fiends on Farcebook' and over 227,000 views of the blog! Twice reached no.7 on Authonomy. some comments... ONLY THE GOOD ONES 'This book is a gas, terrific writing,a wonderful and likely prophetic story for the near future' .. Jim Mac. 'It creates poetry out the strange internal rhythms and logic of the main character, full of off-beat rhythms and lyrical leitmotifs'...Rob Stewart “The Free. An unbelievably exciting book, not because of its stupendous pace and action filled plot, but because of the depth of character holding us breathless as we explore one after another of these amazing people.’’ Gerry McCullough- 'Yahoo! It is in acts, has skin and is feminist, what more can one want .Truly supported'. A Zoomer 'This book is truly unique. The characters and plot flow like water, and are tasty like chocolate'. A.A. 'It's sexy and wonderful and just pure joy... a breathless celebration of life... Gold in its purest literary form'. Bec Thanks again everyone for your help and support with this project.

We The Anarchists

Author : Stuart Christie
ISBN : 9781901172065
Genre : Political Science
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At last. A serious examination of the legendary FAI. And hence, by necessity, a history and analysis of the organised anarchist movement in Spain, and its relationship with the wider labor movement. By far the best book on the subject, Christie is ruthless in his examination - from an anarchist perspective - of the theory, and practice of this loose-knit group of anarchist militants. Required reading for everyone who not only wants to understand the history of Spanish anarchism, but for those that might want to see some viable form of anarchist organisation in the 21st century.

Media Capitalism

Author : Thomas Klikauer
ISBN : 9783030879587
Genre : Social Science
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This book argues that media and capitalism no longer exist as separated entities, and posits three reasons why one can no longer exist without the other. Firstly, mass media have become indispensable to capitalism due to the media’s ability to sell the commodities of mass consumerism. Media capitalism also creates pro-capital attitudes among a target population and establishes an ideological hegemony. Thirdly, media capitalism provides mass deception to hide the pathologies of capitalism, which include mass poverty, rising inequalities, and the acceleration of global warming. To illuminate this, the book’s historical chapter traces the emergence of media capitalism. Its subsequent chapters show how media capitalism has infiltrated the public sphere, society, schools, universities, the world of work and finally, democracy. The book concludes by outlining how societies can transition from media capitalism to a post-media- capitalist society.

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105014150721
Genre : Nonviolence
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Historical Dictionary Of The Spanish Civil War

Author : Francisco J. Romero Salvadó
ISBN : 9780810857841
Genre : History
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The Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Civil War covers the history of the war through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, maps, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 600 cross-referenced entries on persons, places, events, institutions, battles, and campaigns. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the Spanish Civil War.

Lessons Of The Spanish Revolution

Author : Vernon Richards
ISBN : 9781629636641
Genre : Political Science
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Lessons of the Spanish Revolution examines the many ways in which Spain’s revolutionary movement contributed to its own defeat. Was it too weak to carry through the revolution? To what extent was the purchase of arms and raw materials from outside sources dependent upon the appearance of a constitutional government inside Republican Spain? What chances had an improvised army of guerrillas against a trained fighting force? These were some of the practical problems facing the revolutionary movement and its leaders. But in seeking to solve these problems, the anarchists and revolutionary syndicalists were also confronted with other fundamental questions. Could they collaborate with political parties and reformist unions? Given the circumstances, was one form of government to be supported against another? Should the revolutionary impetus of the first days of resistance be halted in the interests of the armed struggle against Franco or be allowed to develop as far as the workers were prepared to take it? Was the situation such that the social revolution could triumph and, if not, what was to be the role of the revolutionary workers? Originally written as a series of weekly articles in the 1950s and expanded, republished, and translated into many languages over the years, Vernon Richards’s analysis remains essential reading for all those interested in revolutionary praxis.

The Cinema Of Ken Loach

Author : Jacob Leigh
ISBN : 1903364310
Genre : Performing Arts
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"The Cinema of Ken Loach: Art in the Service of the People examines the linking of art and politics that distinguishes the work of this leading British film director. Loach's films manifest recurrent themes over a long period of working with various collaborators, yet his handling of those themes has changed throughout his career. This book examines those changes as a way of reaching an understanding of Loach's style and meaning. It evaluates how Loach incorporates his political beliefs and those of his writers into his work and augments this thematic interpretation with contextual information gleaned from original archive research and new interviews."--BOOK JACKET.

The Dark Valley

Author : Piers Brendon
ISBN : 9781446496329
Genre : Business & Economics
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Piers Brendon's magisterial overview of the 1930s is the story of the dark, dishonest decade - child of one world war and parent of the next - that determined the course of the twentieth century. Dealing individually with each of the period's great powers - the USA, Germany, Italy, France, Britain, Japan, Spain and Russia - Brendon takes us through the ten years dominated by the Great Depression and political turmoil. When Broadway, Piccadilly Circus, the Kurfurstendamm and the Ginza - neon metaphors of hope after four years of carnage - grew dim as the giants of unemployment, hardship, strife and fear took their hold. From the concentration camps of Dachau and Kolyma, the Ukraine famine and the American Dust Bowl, to the Moscow metro, the Empire State Building and the Paris Exposition, The Dark Valley brings the 1930's back to life through meticulous scholarship. Brendon examines the great leaders - Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Mao Tse-Tung, Haile Selassie and countless others - not with hindsight but in the context of their age; but also, through a vivid chronicling of contemporary experience, he gives us a sense of what it was to be living then.

The Foundations Of Civil War

Author : Francisco J. Romero Salvado
ISBN : 9781134221943
Genre : History
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This book analyzes the decay of Liberal politics in Spain as the regional version of the general crisis that engulfed most of Europe between 1916 and 1923. Romero enriches the important wider debate about this watershed period of European history when, in the face of unprecedented mass social protest and political mobilization, incumbent governing elites struggled to find a valid formula of social containment in the dawning of mass politics which also saw the spread of the radical new doctrines of Bolshevism and Fascism. Above all, this book examines Spain’s "crisis of modernization," a process marked by complex social and political realignments through which the nature of civil society was profoundly altered. It resulted in an unprecedented spiral of violence and a polarization that firstly led to an authoritarian formula of social control in 1923, and ultimately to the outbreak of civil war in 1936.

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