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On Social Democracy and Elections

June 3, 2016 / 0 comments

From AJODA #77, editorial It’s that time again, when after four (or eight) years, the presidential election becomes “the most important of our time.” The clowns might be different, but the circus remains the same: filling vacancies on the Supreme Court, a rollback of abortion rights, foreign wars and targeted assassinations, the growing prison population,…

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For the Abolition of Police

August 5, 2015 / 1 comment

A police force, where there are no crimes to discover and delinquents to arrest, will provoke or invent crimes… — Malatesta People involved in law enforcement are agents of the powerful against the weak, who readily mobilize and deploy arbitrary and unpredictable violence and destruction. The hateful and demented pro-police comments made in mass and…

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Making Anarchy Palatable

April 11, 2014 / 0 comments

Anarchists can no longer be credibly ignored in public discourse, but the distasteful trend of making anarchism more palatable for mainstream consumption received an enormous boost in the dwindling days of Occupy. Of the non-anarchist books published in the past three years that have dealt with the Occupy phenomenon, almost all of them deal with…

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