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Anarchism Books Combo Pack
SKU: Anarchism Books Combo Pack
Please Note: Combo Packs are not available for any further discount to resale customers or Friends of PM. And sadly, this one is not available to customers outside of North America.
A fantastic combo pack of anarchist philosophies, conversations, history and reference not to be missed! This combo pack saves you $35 off the regular retail price! This combo pack includes:
Wobblies and Zapatistas: Conversations on Anarchism, Marxism and Radical History By Staughton Lynd and Andrej Grubacic
Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism By Peter Marshall
Anarchism and Education: A Philosophical Perspective By Judith Suissa
The Floodgates of Anarchy By Stuart Christie and Albert Meltzer
Wobblies and Zapatistas: Conversations on Anarchism, Marxism and Radical History offers the reader an encounter between two generations and two traditions. Andrej Grubacic is an anarchist from the Balkans. Staughton Lynd is a lifelong pacifist, influenced by Marxism. They meet in dialogue in an effort to bring together the anarchist and Marxist traditions, to discuss the writing of history by those who make it, and to remind us of the idea that "my country is the world." Encompassing a Left libertarian perspective and an emphatically activist standpoint, these conversations are meant to be read in the clubs and affinity groups of the new Movement.
Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism: Navigating the broad 'river of anarchy', from Taoism to Situationism, from Ranters to Punk rockers, from individualists to communists, from anarcho-syndicalists to anarcha-feminists, Demanding the Impossible is an authoritative and lively study of a widely misunderstood subject. It explores the key anarchist concepts of society and the state, freedom and equality, authority and power and investigates the successes and failure of the anarchist movements throughout the world. While remaining sympathetic to anarchism, it presents a balanced and critical account. It covers not only the classic anarchist thinkers, such as Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin, Kropotkin, Reclus and Emma Goldman, but also other libertarian figures, such as Nietzsche, Camus, Gandhi, Foucault and Chomsky. No other book on anarchism covers so much so incisively.
See and hear author interviews, book reviews, and other news on the Peter Marshall's Page HERE.
Anarchism and Education offers a philosophical account of the neglected tradition of anarchist thought on education. Although few anarchist thinkers wrote systematically on education, this analysis is based largely on a reconstruction of the educational thought of anarchist thinkers gleaned from their various ethical, philosophical and popular writings. Primarily drawing on the work of the nineteenth century anarchist theorists such as Bakunin, Kropotkin and Proudhon, the book also covers twentieth century anarchist thinkers such as Noam Chomsky, Paul Goodman, Daniel Guerin and Colin Ward.
See and hear author interviews, book reviews, and other news on the Judith Suissa's Page HERE
The Floodgates of Anarchy : The floodgates holding back anarchy are constantly under strain. The liberal would ease the pressure by diverting some of the water; the conservative would shore up the dykes, the totalitarian would construct a stronger dam.
But is anarchy a destructive force? The absence of government may alarm the authoritarian, but is a liberated people really its own worst enemy--or is the true enemy of mankind, as the anarchists claim, the means by which he is governed? Without government the world could manage to end exploitation and war. Anarchy should not be confused with weak, divided or manifold government. As Christie and Meltzer point out, only with the total abolition of government can society develop in freedom.
See and hear author interviews, book reviews, and other news on the Stuart Christie's Page HERE
Long Live Anarchy!