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Expect Resistance

posted September 20th, 2008 · posted by anon · marked as: Book reviews · Reviews


Six years after the seismic “Days of War, Nights of Love” was first published, Crimethinc are back with a third book, longer, deeper, higher and heavier. “Expect Resistance” is a collection of previous texts (most notably from “Harbinger”) – reedited, rearranged and expanded with great care and attention to detail – interwoven with personal accounts from the living, breathing world of radical political activists.

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Riot grrrl: Revolution girl style

posted September 18th, 2008 · posted by natalie · marked as: Book reviews · Reviews

By: Nadine Monem (Editor)
ISBN #: ISBN: 9781906155018
Zine details: 190 pages

All artwork by Freya Harrison –
“Rebel Girl, Rebel Girl, Rebel Girl you are the queen of my world” sang Bikini Kill to their eager following, each yearning, like me, to be their very own Rebel Girl. Unhappy with the status quo a small army of like-minded grrrls set about rebelling against a male dominated [...]

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Getting Off - Pornography and the End of Masculinity

posted July 10th, 2008 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: Book reviews · Reviews

By: Robert Jensen
ISBN #: ISBN: 978-0-89608-776-7

The topic of sexism is often ignored if not regularly suppressed in many of our everyday social situations. Many are happy to believe the women’s liberation movement to have ended in 1928 when women won the right to vote (Women over the age of 30 had been able to vote since 1918 however this was [...]

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As The World Burns - A graphic novel

posted June 23rd, 2008 · posted by Fred Goodsell · marked as: Book reviews · Comic reviews · Reviews

By: Derrick Jensen & Stephanie McMillan

As The World Burns
50 simple things you can do to stay in denial
A Graphic Novel Derrick Jensen & Stephanie McMillan
“We will go quietly, meekly, to the end of the world, if only you allow us to believe that buying low energy light bulbs will save us.”
Inside these 220 odd pages hides the unhinged reverie of [...]

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How non-violence protects the state

posted January 3rd, 2008 · posted by Edd · marked as: Book reviews · Reviews

By: Peter Genderloos
ISBN #: ISBN 978-0-89608-772-9

Whilst it isn’t accepted by everyone in the current anti-authoritarian, anarchist movement there is no doubt that nonviolence is the prevalant form of engagement with the government in the UK. There are a number of reasons for this, and How Nonviolence Protects The State, an updated version of the 2005 edition, goes some way to [...]

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