I Couldn T Paint Golden Angels

Author: Albert Meltzer
Editor: A K PressDistribution
ISBN: 9781873176931
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Albert Meltzer (1920-whenever) has been involved actively in class struggles since the age of 15; exceptionally for his generation in having been a convinced Anarchist from the start, without any family background in such activity. I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels is a lively, witty account of what he claims would have been the commonplace life of a worker but for the fact that he spent sixty years in anarchist activism. As a result it is a unique recounting of many struggles otherwise distorted or unrecorded, including the history of the contemporary development of anarchism in Britain and other countries where he was involved, notably Spain. His story tells of many struggles, including for the first time, the Anglo-Spanish cooperation in the post-War anti-Franco resistance and provides interesting sidelights on, amongst others, the printers' and miners' strikes, fighting Blackshirts and the battle of Cable Street, the so-called Angry Brigade activities, the Anarchist Black Cross, the Cairo Mutiny and wartime German anti-Nazi resistance, the New Left of the 60s, the rise of squatting - and through individuals as varied as Kenyata, Emma Goldman, George Orwell, Guy Aldred and Frank Ridley - all of which have crowded out not only his story, but his life too.

What Is Anarchism

Author: Donald Rooum
Editor: PM Press
ISBN: 1629632635
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"Anarchists believe that the point of society is to widen the choices of individuals." Enlarged and updated for a modern audience, What is Anarchism? serves as a reference and an introduction to the development of anarchist thought for propagandists and proselytizers of anarchism, as well as teachers and students of political theory, philosophy, sociology, history. Edited and arranged by Vernon Richards of Freedom Press, it includes extracts from the works Errico Malatesta, Peter Kropotkin, Max Stirner, Emma Goldman, Charlotte Wilson, Michael Bakunin, Rudolf Rocker, Alexander Berkman, and more. Author and Wildcat cartoonist Donald Rooum gives context to the selections with introductions looking at "What Anarchists Believe," "How Anarchists Differ," and "What Anarchists Do," along with providing helpful and humorous illustrations throughout the book.

Really Free Culture

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The Struggle Against The State Other Essays

Author: Nestor Ivanovich Makhno
Editor: A K PressDistribution
ISBN: 9781873176788
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THE STRUGGLE AGAINST THE STATE AND OTHER ESSAYS

The Blast

Author: Alexander Berkman
Editor: AK Press
ISBN: 9781904859086
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Explosive writing, reporting and rhetoric of Berkman, Emma Goldman, and others who attempted revolution in 1916-17.

Tales From The Clit

Author: Cherie Matrix
Editor: A K PressDistribution
ISBN: 9781873176092
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True stories from some of the world's most pro-sex feminists. These women have provided intimate, anti-censorship essays, to reestablish the idea that equality of the sexes doesn't have to mean no sex. From intimate sexual experiences and physical perception through to the academic arena, this ground-breaking volume documents women's POSITIVE thoughts, uses, and desires for, with, and about pornography. Essays include such diverse topics as how the authors discovered porn, what it means to a blind and deaf woman, running a sex magazine, starting a sex shop, and what the contributors would actually LIKE to see. Compiled by Feminists Against Censorship,Tales From The Clit is erotically and intellectually arousing. Contributors include: Deborah Ryder, Jan Grossman, Sue Raye, Linzi Drew, Annie Sprinkle, Tuppy Owens, Lucy Williams, Nettie Pollard, Avedon Carol, Scarlet Harlot, and Caroline Bottomley.

The Golden Angel House Of Winslow Book 26

Author: Gilbert Morris
Editor: Bethany House
ISBN: 1441270515
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Living in Africa is an adventure for Erin Winslow, yet she longs for even more excitement. She meets a pilot and persuades him to teach her to fly. Before she realizes it, she has fallen in love with him. But a devastating discovery leaves Erin deeply hurt, and she flees home to America. Erin hopes to find a job as a pilot and nurse her wounded heart. When no one will hire a woman, she finds work in a café. That's where Quaid Merritt, stunt flyer, steals into her life, reigniting her dreams about flying. She and Quaid travel across America, thrilling crowds with daring aerial acrobatics. When Hollywood producers come calling, Erin has some important decisions to make--about Quaid, and about her future. (House of Winslow Book 26)

Social Anarchism

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Books In Print

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Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.

Real Utopia

Author: Chris Spannos
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The economics, political institutions, and culture of a truly democratic society.