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A Catalog of Xerographic Bookworks 1981-2011

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Link to download PDF:

 

http://www.mediafire.com/?ibdo4r6ghnqwy9g

Just out from London! - Please forward/distribute widely

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Please make copies, redistribute- 

https://wealthofnegations.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/terms-and-conditions_.pdf

(this is  part of a larger book that will be  coming out soon )

Thank You

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Special thanks to Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology and Culture Ireland for their generous support.

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COPY AND DISTRIBUTE

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M1 Manifesto

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From manifestos in an emergency to emergent manifestos. From articulating de Mans to the demand for articulation and back again, lest the closed community eddy into an ant mill circling its own affinities (return of the same of the same of the same return).  The incrementalism of the broken window policy that supposedly keeps contradictions controllable within a localized feedback window fails when it's Windows that gets broken, broken into, hunting for Ether Eggs.  That was the world you saw just now.  Its contradictions are our own, our currency, actualité, à la une.
As n-1=M+1, we're cloudspeaking a manifesto for May Day.  What do you dream of Gen-Y?

Screening 1 list

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On the May Day General Strike

An evening of screening and open discussion about the May Day General Strike. We invite academics, activists, anarchists, anti-capitalists, architects, artists, assistants, autonomists, cineastes, facilitators, filmmakers, gallerists, geeks, hackers, hipsters, immigrants, interns, the media, negotiators, nerds, New Yorkers, occupiers, the poor, precarious, protestors, rioters, servants, students, teachers, terrorists, and anyone else to share thoughts about the Occupy movement's recent call for General Strike, the spatial tactics of civil disobedience, and related organizing efforts. This event aims to further understand the potential and consequences of the coming general strikes, May 1st and beyond. 

anarcho-syndicalism

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hey Zach asked about anarcho-syndicalist texts after Goldman's article we read, randomly surfing teh interwebs I came across this piece by russian anarcho-syndicalist Maksimov, probably an important document for this trend:

http://libcom.org/library/program-anarcho-syndicalism-g-p-maximoff

Personally I think it's significant that anarchists like Malatesta were already skeptical of a revolutionary workers movement in the 1920s! That is when unions were actually much more militant. His position is quite subtle though, it's here:

http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/malatesta/syndicalism.html

I think Bookchin summarized some of the complaints of "anti-syndicalist" anarchists well:

"These Anarchists saw in syndicalism a shift in focus from the commune to the trade union, from all of the oppressed to the industrial proletariat alone, from the streets to the factories, and, in emphasis at least, from insurrection to general strike."

new Tiqqun book

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hey some might be interested, new version of Theory of Bloom being put out by Little Black Cart, new anarchist publisher:

http://lbcbooks.com/the-theory-of-bloom-by-tiqqun/

#Occupy Study Group at the Baltimore Free School

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Some comrades in Baltimore put together this interesting reading list to study Occupy-related stuff:

 

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