David & Goliath and Crime in America

August 4, 2015 / 0 comments

By Ben Satterfield, 1992, AJODA #34 For years Hollywood has presented a version of the David and Goliath myth — decking it out anew every season, but it is changing like Dr. Jekyll, and right before our eyes. In the thirties, Frank Capra’s simplistic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington fit the nation’s bill perfectly with…

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You Can’t Blow up a Social Relationship… But you can have fun trying!

July 7, 2015 / 0 comments

By Bob Black, 1992, AJODA #33 In 1979, four Australian anarchist and “libertarian socialist” organizations published a tract called You Can’t Blow Up a Social Relationship, presumptuously subtitled “The Anarchist Case Against Terrorism” — as if theirs was the only case against it and there was no case for it. The pamphlet has been reprinted…

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“Outwitting the State” takes a different kind of power

July 7, 2015 / 0 comments

By Neil Keating, 1992, AJODA #33 Outwitting the State by Peter Shalnik, vol.7 of Political Anthropology series Transaction Publishers, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 08903, 1989 172pp. $24.95 hardcover. [review] One of the most tenacious of contexts within which thinking about society takes place is the context of social revolution; the context that conceives of…

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