Anarchism - This archive contains links to all the main writers and organisers of the anarchist movement, from its founders in the 19th century, such as Proudhon and Bakunin, up to the Spanish Civil War, plus articles by Marx, Trotsky &c. on anarchism.
Anarchismo - The product of international co-operation between anarchist groups and individuals who agree with our editorial statement (see below). It is intended to further communciation, discussion and debate within the global anarchist movement.
Anarchist Black Cross Federation (ABCF) - Focuses on the support and defense of political prisoners and prisoners of war (PP/POWs). Different PP/POWs have participated in progressive and revolutionary movements in varying levels. Some in educational and community organizing, others in clandestine armed and offensive people's armies. All are in prison as a result of conscious political action, for building resistance, building and leading movements and revolution for making change.
Anarchist Black Cross Network (ABCN) - A decentralized and egalitarian network of organizations committed to the original ideals of the Anarchist Black Cross movement of seeing prisons and the poverty, racism and genocide that accompanies them, to be symptoms of a social order whose last days are near.
Anarchist FAQ - An anarchist FAQ whose aim is to present what anarchism stands for and indicate why you should become an anarchist.
Anarchist Federation - An organisation of class struggle anarchists based in Britain, but with many contacts overseas.
BAAM - Anarchist union in Boston, Massachusetts area. Supports democratically run grassroots community organizations, wildcat unions that practice shop floor democracy and other collectively run egalitarian organizations.
Black Bridge International - A decentralized anarchist mutual aid forum for international anarchists - individuals or organizations - to share information and recources.
Bureau of Public Secrets - Ken Knabb's translations from the Situationist International plus Knabb's own writings on radical topics from the 1960s to the present.
Carnival Anarchism in Melbourne 1970-1975 - Outside the anarchist student activism in the universities (see Melbourne Anarchist Archives), the other major anarchist current in Melbourne was what was loosely termed 'carnival anarchism'. It revolved around the Solidarity (1969-1970), Assassin and Outlaw (1972) magazines, the Collingwood Freestore (1971-1972), Working Peoples Association and Dingo newspaper, and the Feminist Self Management Group who morphed into the Anarcho Surrealist Insurrectionary Feminists.
New York Anarchist Book Fair - An exposition of books, zines, pamphlets, art, film/video, and other cultural and very political productions of the anarchist scene worldwide.
North Eastern Federation of Anarchist Communists (NEFAC) - A bi-lingual (French and English) organization of revolutionaries from the northeastern region of North America who identify with the communist tradition within anarchism. Opposes all forms of oppression and exploitation. Struggles for a classless, stateless, non-hierarchical society.
Not Bored - An anarchist, situationist-inspired, low-budget, irregularly published, photocopied journal.
People's Global Action - A network for spreading information and coordinating actions between grassroots movements around the world. These diverse groups share the same opposition to capitalism, and committment to direct action and civil disobediance as the most effective form of struggle.
William Godwin - (3 March 1756 - 7 April 1836) A British journalist, political philosopher and novelist. He is considered one of the first exponents of utilitarianism, and the first modern proponent of anarchism. Godwin is most famous for two books that he published within the space of a year: An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, an attack on political institutions, and Things as They Are or The Adventures of Caleb Williams, which attacks aristocratic privilege, but also is virtually the first mystery novel. Based on the success of both, Godwin featured prominently in the radical circles of London in the 1790s. Collected works at Anarchy Archives.
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