Deconstructing the Columbus Myth

July 7, 2015 / 1 comment

By Ward Churchill, 1992, AJODA #33   Was the “Great Discoverer” Italian or Spanish, Nazi or Jew? It is perhaps fair to say that our story opens at Alfred University, where, during the fall of 1990, I served as distinguished scholar of American Indian Studies for a program funded by the National Endowment for the…

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Bicycles and Civilization

July 7, 2015 / 0 comments

By Michael William, 1992, AJODA #33 Before moving to Montreal in the ’70s I drove a car for about a year in Ontario, the province next door. In the areas I moved to close to downtown Montreal, I found that I could walk to most of the places I needed to reach on a regular…

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Seven Theses on Play

July 2, 2015 / 0 comments

By Paul Z. Simons, AJODA #23 Play is desire realized, it is the negation of domination. Play is unmediated activity that does not attempt to produce a specific emotion, indeed, any emotion at all. The result of play may be alternatively orgasm, terror, delight, even death. Play is ambivalent; any one of these conclusions or…

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Enemies of Society: An Anthology of Individualist and Egoist Thought

April 11, 2014 / 0 comments

Enemies of Society: An Anthology of Individualist and Egoist Thought Edited by Meme, Myself, and I (Ardent Press, 2011) 370 pages, paper. $20 Anarchists are opposed to authority both from below and from above. They do not demand power for the masses, but seek to destroy all power and to decompose these masses into individuals…

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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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