Center for a Stateless Society
A Left Market Anarchist Think Tank & Media Center
There’s a number of folk celebrating the collapse of the legitimacy of US civil institutions in this election, but regrettably it’s not so simple as de-legitimize the state and presto anarchism. Liberal democracy is an incoherent, ultimately unstable and unsustainable system, but there are many more stable configurations of society and a lot of them…
Donald Trump, Hawk
Donald Trump is no peacenik. Leave aside Trump’s proclamation that he “love[s] war” and unpredictability, and that he is more “militaristic” than anyone. Forget that he wants to enlarge the military and that he refuses to forswear first use of nuclear weapons. Ignore his bellicosity toward Iran and China or his promise to support Israel unconditionally….
Revolution Through Art
Compulsory Education is Jail for Innocent Kids
“Bad Precedents” Are in the Eye of the Beholder
A Vital Voice (10 Years of C4SS)
As structures of domination in our society increasingly reveal their true faces, the case for anarchy has never been stronger and the need for anarchy never clearer. The war machine marches on, raining down death on noncombatants and breeding terrorists. The surveillance state expands its reach. Police violence—against ethnic minorities, against members of marginal and…
Ten Years Of Spreading Good Ideas — And Pissing Off Awful People
Don’t Call the Pigs: An Informal Guide to Creating an Anarchist Justice System
Long Live Anarchy: An Interview With Robert Anton Wilson (Part 2)
Licensed Larceny
Nicholas Hildyard. Licensed Larceny: Infrastructure, financial extraction and the Global South (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016). I discovered Nicholas Hildyard’s work at Corner House in 2005, and was heavily influenced by it. He’s one of the best writers around on the false pretensions of so-called “free market” policies like privatization and deregulation in the…
Steal This Book Review
The Communard Manifesto
America’s Counter-Revolution: The Constitution Revisited
Postmodern Philosophy and Market Anarchism: Allies or Enemi...
‘Postmodern Philosophy and Market Anarchism: Allies or Enemies?’ aims to evaluate the extent to which postmodern philosophy can strengthen the case for market anarchism, as well as provide novel modes of praxis for combating power structures (including, but not limited to, the state). Examining the ideas of Foucault, Deleuze, Crenshaw, Derrida…
We Are Not Disposable! Building Alternatives To Prisons
Rethinking Markets: Anarchism, Capitalism, and the State
Anarchists Without Adjectives